If the thought of going to see your doctor and discussing anything health-related leaves you in a cold sweat, dear male readers, get online and take advantage of Bupa’s live free men’s health clinics commencing Monday in support of Men’s Health Week, which runs June 13th-19th and aims to get more men accessing quality health information online.
The clinic sessions give you the perfect opportunity to ask the health questions you have always wanted to know but may have been too afraid to ask.
Via Bupa’s Facebook and Twitter channels, for two hours each day, Monday to Friday, Bupa’s medical team will be on hand to answer any health questions which are concerning men or their partners, while offering free medical advice and support. Anonymous postings, confidential responses and direct messages are welcomed, so please don’t let bashfulness put you off.
Though each session focuses on a different area of men’s health, questions about ALL aspects of men’s health and wellbeing will be taken by the experts including leading GP’s, dietitians and physiotherapists.
Daily clinic topics and timings are: Monday 13th June – men’s fitness 12-2pm / Tuesday 14th June – men’s sexual health 12-2pm / Wednesday 15th June – men’s nutrition 6-8pm / Thursday 16th June – general men’s health 12-2pm and Friday 17th June men’s mental health 12-2pm.
With Bupa research revealing over a third of men do not do anything to check their health, do use this week to get online and delve into the masses of free expert advice and alleviate all those questions and concerns about your health.
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