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Five health benefits of an #officedog
Published on: November 4, 2016 Dash the amazing eye-browed schnauzer is my furry shadow. He walks into work with me, follows me into meetings and waits outside while I go to the toilet. He eyeballs me while I sit at... more »
#FridayFundraiser
Published on: October 28, 2016 At Oyster, we get a kick out of using our powers to do good – that means empowering people living with chronic conditions, giving them a voice, campaigning on their behalf, and providing them with... more »
Yoga master, or charlatan? Why regulation is a good thing
Published on: October 24, 2016 The process for establishing National Occupational Standards for yoga began today, at a meeting held by Skills Active in London. I listened attentively, cranking up the volume on my radio as two expert yoga instructors... more »
Knowledge is power and information saves lives
Published on: September 14, 2016 Evidence-based healthcare is reliant on access to information, but how can we make sure the practice-changing research presented at conference makes it into clinic? more »