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Blaby’s second Beat the Street game gets people moving – despite lockdown

    Blaby District’s recent Beat the Street game is being hailed as a success after a new report shows improvements in activity levels for adults and children across the borough. The game returned to Blaby District for a second time and was due to take place from 26th February to 8th April. Unfortunately, it … Continue reading Blaby’s second Beat the Street game gets people moving – despite lockdown

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Dr William Bird’s tips on how to get the most out of your walks while we stay at home for Covid 19

  With restrictions on going outdoors for the time being, a walk is a precious commodity. Dr William Bird gives his advice on how to get the most out of your outdoor time. Currently, the government advice is that you can go for a walk or a run for one form of exercise – a … Continue reading Dr William Bird’s tips on how to get the most out of your walks while we stay at home for Covid 19

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Intelligent Health launches its new Beat the Bug campaign to help fight Coronavirus

Intelligent Health, the firm behind the popular Beat the Street physical activity game is today launching a new campaign called Beat the Bug. The aim of the campaign is to help people to do what they can to combat Covid-19 and to reduce pressure on the NHS by staying active, connecting with individuals and communities, … Continue reading Intelligent Health launches its new Beat the Bug campaign to help fight Coronavirus

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“Reducing chronic stress to promote health in adults: the role of social prescriptions and social movements” has been published in the Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine

  Intelligent Health CEO and founder of the Beat the Street physical activity game Dr William Bird MBE has long been an advocate of moving more to help prevent long-term conditions such as diabetes and cardiovascular disease. Society has become accustomed to using a biomedical approach in response to this. However, Dr Bird, with Giovanna … Continue reading “Reducing chronic stress to promote health in adults: the role of social prescriptions and social movements” has been published in the Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine

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