WHAT STARTS HERE CHANGES THE WORLD - “Navigating the new global order”
YOUR JOURNEY FOR PERSONAL HEALTH AND WELL-BEING TRIUMPH BEGINS WITH US
In times of economic uncertainty and slow growth, it is more important than ever for economies to find alternative ways to gain a competitive advantage. Healthy individuals and healthy populations can create a competitive advantage through increased productivity, reduced healthcare costs and overall higher levels of well-being
INVESTING IN HEALTH
Through this joint statement UNESCO, UNICEF, WFP and WHO are calling on global leaders to act now and invest in school health and nutrition in national and global COVID-19 recovery plans
In 2019, the Fixing the Business of Food Initiative presented a Four Pillar Framework for alignment of the food and agriculture sector with the SDGs. This report presents a deeper iteration of that conceptual framework to guide business alignment with the SDGs and the Paris Climate Agreement (PCA), specifically for companies in the food and agriculture sector. We propose a Four Pillar Framework, which seeks to contribute to corporate SDG alignment by bringing rigor and clarity on the aspects of business activity that affect the SDGs.
The Marmot Review into health inequalities in England was published on 11 February 2010. It proposes an evidence based strategy to address the social determinants of health, the conditions in which people are born, grow, live, work and age and which can lead to health inequalities.
‘To ‘level up’ the country as the government aims, it must take action to level up the health and wellbeing of the population, particularly between the north and south of England.
‘A healthy population is one of the nation’s most important assets. The landmark Marmot review in 2010 showed striking differences in health between people living in the wealthiest and most deprived communities.
In an era where stigmatisation that surrounds dementia remains a global problem that requires global action, Dana Walrath, Atlantic Fellow for Equity in Brain Health, together with Prof. Brian Lawlor, Deputy Executive Director of Global Brain Health Institute, trace some of the social origins of dementia stigma in essay published in The Lancet on September 21. Here, they reflect on a new republic of hope for dementia. A hope that challenges the stigma, breaks down barriers, and focuses on restoring personhood for the patient diagnosed and also their care partners.
The Global Nutrition Report calls on governments, businesses and civil society to step up efforts to address malnutrition in all its forms and tackle injustices in food and health systems.
The health and wellness market was valued at almost €23bn in the UK in 2018, according to data published by Statista. This was an increase from its value in 2015, which was €20.5bn. And in 2020, the total spending on healthcare, wellness and fitness is forecast to reach £209bn, according to research published by PwC
Global Healthcare Private Equity and Corporate M&A Report 2020
OMEGA 3 AND VITAMIN D
The Business Case for Investment in Nutrition
The politics of food can be a touchy subject. On the one hand, most people care deeply about guarantees that their food is safe. On the other, not many like being told what they should and shouldn’t eat.
Time to Address the Elephant in the Room
In general medicine, moderate or severe MN is associated with greater illness severity, longer hospital length of stay, and higher total costs. This prompted some screening protocols to identify those at risk on hospital admission with automatic nutritional evaluation and intervention.
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