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Is oId age a bad PR story?

08 Nov - By The Say Team
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Barely a day goes by when we don’t see a story about old age. In the last eight weeks alone, there have been several different reports from high profile charities, NGOs, think tanks and insurance companies including, ONS, Age UK and Aviva among others. This week a story was released by Independent Age in partnership…

As GP and comedian Dr Phil Hammond once quipped, the NHS is much praised around the world, but never copied.   For a long time the NHS has drawn criticism for being a slightly slow and unwieldy health service, however this has traditionally been balanced with praise for a system which provides equal access to…

Moving the Goalposts for Behavioural Change

08 Nov - By The Say Team
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When football clubs appear outside of the sports pages it tends to be for the wrong reasons. However, the BBC this week reported on new research in the Lancet that reveals they have a major positive role to play in tackling middle-aged males’ obesity levels.  It caught my eye as it’s a great example of…

Five portions of fruit and vegetables is now not enough 

08 Nov - By The Say Team
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“Five helpings of fruit and vegetables a day may not be enough” new research claims.   On Tuesday morning, ironically April Fool’s day, papers were dominated by the headline that ‘five a day’ should now be ‘seven a day’. Some media, including The Telegraph and Metro, went as far as recommending ten portions of fruit…

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