Blue Monday is perceived as the most depressing day of the year. If you’re suffering this month or anytime then we recommend 8 ways to boost your mood.
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For Men’s Health Week, Pharmacy2U found that research revealed that an estimated 14.7 million men in Britain don't go to the doctor even when they suffer worrying symptoms. The study showed that a quarter of men think they can fix the problem themselves, one in eight men feel too embarrassed to see a doctor and one in ten say they are too anxious to talk about their symptoms. Three in ten men are also currently hiding conditions from their family.
Hair loss treatment can help both men and women. Our hair is an integral part of our identity, especially for women, so losing it can cause lack of confidence, anxiety and depression.
At the beginning of the year, we saw an end to the Brexit transition and this brought with it some changes for UK travellers who want to visit destinations in Europe. One of these biggest changes is the end of the European Health Insurance card (EHIC) and it’s replacement - the new Global Health Insurance Card (GHIC).
The skin gets drier during winter and produces an oily substance that can cause acne. Read on to discover how to treat winter acne.
Genital herpes is a very contagious sexually transmitted infection (commonly referred to as an STI).
Many couples are fortunate enough not to have any fertility problems and are capable of conceiving without any medical intervention. However, according to Fertility UK, one in six couples face fertility issues and National Fertility Awareness Week – October 31 to November 6 is aimed at sharing advice and information for those affected.