Brits say commuting is a pain in the neck…back, hip and knees
One fifth of the UK’s workforce say their journey to and from work is leaving them with neck, back and muscle pain, new research from Bupa has revealed.
Bupa and Spire reach agreement on contract renewal
Spire Healthcare Group (LSE: SPI), the second-largest UK independent hospital group, and Bupa UK, the UK’s leading private healthcare provider are today pleased to announce a new long-term agreement.
Women say feelings of ‘duty’ and ‘guilt’ delay care decisions
New research from Bupa shows that a ‘sense of duty’ is causing women to delay important decisions about care for older relatives, resulting in a knock-on effect on their relationships and even their own health.
Flexibility key to retention and happiness in UK SMEs
Three fifths (59%) of employees working for SMEs believe that offering the right benefits helps foster a happy, motivated workforce, new research from Bupa has revealed.
Breaking the silence: Business leaders failing those with mental health conditions
Mental health prejudice still exists in UK business and those at the top of the country’s largest organisations are not doing enough to tackle the problem according to a new study from Bupa.
Nearly half of mums fear their child is addicted to sugar
Nearly half of mums (46%) are worried that their child might be addicted to sugar, new research from Bupa has revealed.
Facing cancer alone
A considerable number of cancer patients are choosing to go it alone and keep close friends and family in the dark about their diagnosis and treatment in order to protect them, research from Bupa has revealed.
What did I come in here for?
Two thirds of adults admit to suffering from ‘memory blots’ three or more times a week, research from Bupa has revealed to coincide with the launch of the ‘The Memory Game’.
Running makes you a Supermum
Adding a 15 minute run to your daily routine is the secret to becoming a Supermum, new research by Bupa has revealed.
A prescription for growth: private paid healthcare sector has potential to grow by £2 billion a year
The true potential for growth in the UK’s private paid healthcare system has been revealed as £2bn a year, in a report released by Bupa today.