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Axa PPP healthcare has published a "bite-sized" guide for employers to promote physical fitness in the workplace, after finding more than a quarter (27%) of employees do not exercise in the week.
Cirencester Friendly's Paul Hudson shares top tips to help advisers increase protection revenue.
Fiona Murphy caught up with the company's Europe director Dominic Howard to discuss the service and other markets it would like to break into
Exeter Family Friendly have revealed they will offer two months of free cover across their range of private medical insurance products.
Swiss Re surveyed 13,000 people across 13 countries in Europe and the Middle East about financial security issues. The responses and findings are both impressive and alarming, says Russell Higginbotham
Employee benefits consultancy Portus Consulting has introduced FitBit fitness devices for all staff in a bid to improve employee engagement and corporate wellness.
Employers should encourage staff to take more responsibility for their health and wellbeing to ensure they are fit to enjoy retirement, and able to work for as long as they like, writes AXA PPP's Nick Jeal.
Alan Lakey discusses why advisers should pay closer attention to the differences in children's cover offered by insurers
WHCA is now Orchard Healthcare, with a new website being launched along with the rebrand of the Worcester based cashplan provider.
Gavin Shay, head of partnership development at AXA PPP healthcare, looks at the role healthcare can play in an adviser's portfolio.
Westfield Health has donated £250,000 to the fundraising appeal to build a new helipad at Sheffield's Northern General Hospital.
Cases of lung cancer in women have reached 20,000 a year in the UK for the first time, having increased from 14,200 a year around 20 years ago, Cancer Research UK has found.
Over a third (35%) of those whose work is mainly or solely office based spend less than an hour on physical exercise a week, with 9% doing none, a survey by Age UK and Bupa has found.
The Fit for Work (FfW) service has fully rolled-out across Wales and is also active in much of England.