Why we shouldn’t shy away from talking about men’s health

14 November 2018 . United Kingdom

Bupa Health Clinics has seen a 28 percent uplift in male health assessment bookings compared to last year. But more still needs to be done to encourage men to talk about their health and get checked.

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To start the conversation, Glenys Jackson, Clinical Lead Mental Health, Bupa UK, and Dr Luke Powles, Associate Clinical Director at Bupa UK, share some of the most common questions they get asked about men’s health.

Read the full story here.

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