Session 3: Maintaining a healthy diet (Nutrition)

Here at Newcastle Premier Health we are proud to announce our third live, and FREE to join, remote session – giving clients the opportunity to discuss a range of health and wellbeing subjects live, with a selection of our trusted professionals. We hope that the live and remote sessions will give our clients, their friends […]

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Session 2: Importance of exercise (Fitness)

Here at Newcastle Premier Health we are proud to announce our second live, and FREE to join, remote session – giving clients the opportunity to discuss a range of health and wellbeing subjects live, with a selection of our trusted professionals. We hope that the live and remote sessions will give our clients, their friends […]

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Session 1: Coping with anxiety (Mental Health)

Here at Newcastle Premier Health we are proud to announce our first live, and FREE to join, remote session – giving clients the opportunity to discuss a range of health and wellbeing subjects live, with a selection of our trusted professionals. We hope that the live and remote sessions will give our clients, their friends […]

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Coronavirus: Your Questions Answered

Here at Newcastle Premier Health, we are actively monitoring the Covid-19 pandemic and its ongoing impact across the North East of England. Our thoughts are with all those that have been affected and we wish to assure you that our focus remains–to support the health and wellbeing of our clients, their people and our team […]

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Drop-in Clinic: Flu Vaccinations

Protect yourself against common strains of the flu this Winter! Visit our Regent Centre clinic on Friday the 1st November 2019 to get your flu vaccination. The drop-in clinic is open from 08:30 to 12:30; where our Primary Care Lead Nurse will administer the quadrivalent influenza vaccine by injection which is designed to protect against […]

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FREE Cabin Crew Medicals

FREE medicals for ex-employees of Thomas Cook. Following the liquidation of Thomas Cook, it is reported that as many as 9,000 workers, from the UK alone, have been left without a job – and with no pay. Fortunately, many workers are being offered new roles at rival airlines. To help support these workers get into […]

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Workplace Injuries

In 2017/2018 there were 555,000 injuries that occurred at work according to the Labour Force Survey. This led to around 30.7 million working days being lost – leading to a price of £15 billion to cover the cost of injuries and ill health in the workplace. Statistics show that there is work to do to […]

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Up In The Air

The Times recently posted an article stating that air pollution levels are already higher in 2019 than that of the previous year. Over the next 500 words I will talk about what air pollution is and the danger that it presents. First of all, air pollution is when harmful or excessive quantities of substances such […]

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The fight against work-related illness and workplace injury

The HSE has released its annual report on work-related illness and workplace injury for 2017/2018. The statistics make for an interesting read. According to the HSE report, the industries with the highest rate of work-related illnesses are Agriculture and Health. The industry reported to bear the highest workplace injury rate is again Agriculture, closely followed […]

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Fight Work-Related Stress

2019 has well and truly begun and though 2018 might have brought some glorious moments of success, prosperity and growth to some of us, let’s not forget the other side of reality. The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has released its annual report on statistics for work-related stress, depression or anxiety in 2017/18. The numbers are […]

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