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Source: Basem.co.uk    28th November 2022

https://basem.co.uk/moving-medicine-launches-physical-activity-resources-on-anxiety-type-1-diabetes-obesity-and-menopause/

Moving Medicine this week launched four new resources designed to help healthcare professionals have better conversations about physical activity with people suffering from anxiety, people with type 1 diabetes, people who are obese, and people experiencing menopause.

The free online consultation guides cover the main benefits of phys

Source: ONS.GOV July 2022

http://https://www.ons.gov.uk/economy/environmentalaccounts/bulletins/healthbenefitsfromrecreationnaturalcapitaluk/2022

The Office for National Statistics has published a report on the health benefits of outdoor recreation. The value of health benefits associated with outdoor recreation within the UK was estimated to be between £6.2 billion and £8.4 billion in 2020.

Recreational visits in built-up areas (i.e. urban greenspaces) and gardens accounted for over 50% of the

Source: World Health Organisation 07.04.22

https://www.euro.who.int/en/health-topics/disease-prevention/physical-activity/news/news/2022/4/health-on-earth-a-healthy-planet-benefits-us-all-world-health-day-2022

 

On World Health Day (7th April), WHO/Europe called on everyone to come together and recognise the importance of the planet, for the sake of people’s health and that of the generations to come.

More than thirteen million deaths around the world, including 1.4 million in Europe each year,

The COVID-19 pandemic has exposed a problem that has been with us for a long time. Results from COVID-19 research must apply to everyone in the community who will be a candidate for treatment or prevention, and BAME individuals—often over-represented in the toll of the disease—should be an integral part of that effort. Source: The Lancet, June 2020