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NIHR Signal Cognitive behavioural therapy may help ease depression in the workplace
Workplace-based interventions for people with depressive symptoms are effective. This review of 16 trials looked at early stage interventions to prevent depressive symptoms from developing into more severe depressive illness. Both cognitive behavioural therapy and some non-cognitive behavioural therapy interventions, such as supervised exercise, worked equally well. Telephone and internet-based therapy worked better than face-to-face therapy. These interventions were compared to usual treatment...
NIHR Signal Breaking multiple unhealthy habits all at once has modest impact, but not always…
Tackling unhealthy lifestyles can lead to modest improvements in diet, physical activity and smoking behaviours. But in a few studies, trying to change smoking alongside diet or physical activity appeared to be less effective than if these were tackled sequentially. Many people in the UK have two or more unhealthy habits that significantly increase their risk of the UK’s biggest killers, cancer and heart disease. Results from this NIHR-funded review of 69 trials (73,873 adults) showed it...
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