Research suggests that going to the gym won't offset the damage already done by sitting for eight or more hours a day at your desk. Try our 12 easy desk exercises to keep you supple while you work.
Whether you have a sit-stand desk or not, research shows that you can greatly reduce your risk of ill health by moving more throughout the working day.
Is working from home causing you back pain or discomfort? There are many common traps people fall into at home that can increase the risk of back pain. Download our homeworker's guide to back care infographic now.
To avoid the discomfort, pain and loss of productivity caused by work-related upper limb disorders, it's important to take care of our arms, hands and shoulders at work. Our infographic explores some of the main problems and solutions to try.
Let's look at the four main areas we can all tackle to improve the heart health of our staff. Heart-related illness costs employers more money than any other disease or injury in the workplace.
Want to increase productivity at your company? Nudge your team to move more while they work. Yes, it’s really that simple!
We've gathered some of the latest research into the benefits of walking more, combined this with ideas for getting on your feet at work, and transformed all of this information into an easy-to-follow infographic.
What makes an executive chair different from a standard office chair? What are the benefits of buying an executive chair? Learn more and meet the chairs.
Take a look at the potential benefits of using a kneeling chair for active working, and find out more about rocking kneeling chairs