What to do if you face workplace bullying – an important Web TV show for people with conditions like autism or multiple sclerosis


Anti-Bullying Week 2014
Anti-Bullying Week 2014
Have you ever experienced bullying in the workplace and would speaking out about it mean jeopardizing your job or future career prospects?

Recent research reveals that a staggering amount of people have been bullied in the workplace with a further frightening amount of people admitting to witnessing others being bullied.

Joining us in this special live and interactive show is former Head of the Anti-Bullying Alliance, Luke Roberts, employment lawyer Paula Chan, from Slater and Gordon where they’ll be discussing the best way to handle workplace bullying.

Our experts will be covering an array of topics and giving helpful advice especially with; how to spot the warning signs of being bullied, being bullied by a colleague to more frighteningly from your boss or management and whether speaking out can put your employment at risk.

They will discuss some of the most the most common forms of bullying such as rudeness, bitchy/gossiping behavior, intimidation, humiliation in front of colleagues, shouting and other forms of bullying that is taken in the form of racial discrimination or unfair treatment during pregnancy. Women confessed to having lost their jobs after announcing their pregnancy to their company or been subjected to bullied to the point of resignation. We discuss the best way to keep job security high in this instance.
Watch our show for more information on bullying, what to do and the best ways to cope.


11 brilliant tips for maintaining great health – have a look at this infographic


11 Basic Guidelines for General Health and Longevity Infographic

A healthy lifestyle is essential to achieving optimal wellbeing and longevity. This infographic, “11 Basic Guidelines for General Health and Longevity,” gives you useful tips to help you live a long and healthy life. Use the embed code to share it on your website or visit our infographic page for the high-res version.

<img src="http://media.mercola.com/assets/images/infographic/general-health-guidelines.jpg" alt="11 Basic Guidelines for General Health and Longevity" border="0" style="max-width:100%; min-width:300px; margin: 0 auto 20px auto; display:block;"><p style="max-width:800px; min-width:300px; margin:0 auto; text-align:center;">A healthy lifestyle is essential to achieving optimal wellbeing and longevity. This infographic, "<a href="http://www.mercola.com/infographics/general-health-guidelines.htm">11 Basic Guidelines for General Health and Longevity</a>", gives you useful tips to help you live a long and healthy life. Visit our infographic page for the high-res version.</p>


Men’s Health Month 2015 – So what is it all about? Please share this Facebook profile cover. #menshealthmonth


Men's Health Month 2015
Men’s Health Month 2015

Since the Second World War a huge amount of attention , and rightly so, has been given to the whole area of women’s health. But much less to the area of men’s health.

So around 20 years ago June became Men’s Health Month with the objective of not just raising awareness (which is important) but also to actually improve men’s health outcomes overall.

So the messages of this year’s Men’s Health Month are really straight forward and we can strongly support them.

  • Each more fruit and vegetables. Make sure you have at least one portion with each meal.
  • Do more exercise. Try for at least 20 minutes each day.
  • Go visit your doctor for a check up.

Yea we know that  you know this.

Great!

So go and do it. And tell your buddies to do it as well.

It would be great if you could like and share the Facebook cover which has been produced by the Men’s Health Month website to help us get the message out!


Lifestyle Management With a Chronic Illness – check out this brilliant infographic


As many of you know by now I’m a sucker for a decent infographic.

I think they are a great way of sharing health information and providing medical education to a wide range of people.

So I was delighted when Jaime got in touch telling me about this infographic she and her team have put together!

In fact it is really three infographics rolled into one.

The first looks at the impact of chronic illness in general. The second and this is really useful for people with conditions like fibromyalgia and rheumatoid arthritis – a guide to an anti-inflammatory diet . Why not compare it to our earlier guide here.

Finally she gives a great ten pint plan for dealing with chronic illness.

What do you think?

Why not use the comments section below to add your thoughts?

Thanks very much in advance.


Lifestyle Management With a Chronic Illness
“Lifestyle Management With a Chronic Illness” on Health Perch