Drinking Self-Assessment Test

Assess the effects of your drinking habits and get practical advice.

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Personal Issues

Make friends with dementia

If you’d like to understand a bit more about dementia - and what you could do to help - the best way is to become a Dementia Friend. Here’s what you need to know

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Personal Issues

Not just a cuddly toy

He’s one of the nation’s most cherished actors and TV presenters, as well as president of the mental health charity Mind. But is Stephen Fry too polite for his own good?

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Family

Danger: men under stress

Men are still nearly twice as likely to be in work full time compared with women, which suggests they may be twice as likely to experience work stress

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Getting a good night’s sleep

Pharmacist Indy Bajwa from Midcounties Co-op Minster Pharmacy in Cannock, Staffordshire has the answers to common questions about overcoming sleep difficulties

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Depression Self-Assessment Test

Could you be depressed? Find out with this short assessment.

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How to sleep better

You may feel like hibernating when the temperature drops. But if you’re not managing a regular good night’s sleep, here are some solutions

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Men's Health

Men’s Health News

The latest news and views from the world of men’s health

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Personal Issues

Stress signals

If someone close to you was having problems coping with stress, would you know the signs to look out for?

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Men's Health

The truth about hair loss

Male-pattern baldness affects 6.5 million men in the UK, but it suffers from more than its fair share of misconceptions too. We separate the myths from the facts

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Alcohol Tracker

Find out how your alcohol intake affects your health

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The energy stealer

It’s a condition that affects around a quarter of a million people in this country yet nobody knows exactly what causes chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS). Here are some of the facts you should know

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Personal Issues

Depression – how to help yourself

According to the Depression Alliance, six million people are affected by depression in the UK. But there’s an increasing number of things you can do to help yourself, including:

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