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Men’s Health


YOUR PRECIOUS STORE By donating blood from the umbilical cord and placenta aſt er giving birth, you could save a life as you create a new one.


MEN’S MOT Men who self-check regularly are far more likely to detect dangerous conditions early than those who don’t. Dr Chris advises on the more common symptoms to look out for.


Life Starts at 60


THE GOLDEN YEARS Retirement is an exciting time when you can rediscover interests or even seek out new hobbies.


MAINTAINING MOBILITY If you suff er from a disability or are challenged by mobility limitations, there is no reason to let it impede your day-to-day life.


What You Should Know


SEPSIS: WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW Sepsis is responsible for 37,000 hospital deaths a year in the UK. We share what you need to know.


NIP & TUCK If you’re looking for a ‘quick fix’, cosmetic surgery can be an attractive option. However, there are a number of points to bear in mind before going under the knife.


DEALING WITH DEMENTIA Fear and uncertainty means that many people ignore the initial symptoms of dementia, but early diagnosis ensures that you and your loved ones can plan for the future.


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HOLIDAY HEALTHCARE Making sure your healthcare is legally covered before jetting off on holiday may not be a top priority, but it could save you substantial hospital bills if you do fall ill abroad.


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DEAR DOCTOR'S HEALTH BAR Our pick of the top products and services to keep you in the best of health.


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