Healthy living

Prostate cancer survivor urges families to make sure men get tested
Mervyn Griffiths was diagnosed with prostate cancer three years ago. He says that with the support of his family, he was never afraid.
Cancer survivor tells all men: Don’t neglect your health
Waheed Vadi was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer that he and his GP almost overlooked. His message to men is that they shouldn’t neglect their health and their bodies.
The testicular cancer patient who was “lucky” to feel pain
Marc Curlewis was diagnosed with testicular cancer after he started experiencing pain. But testicular cancer isn’t usually painful, so all men should examine themselves regularly.
There is life after a prostate cancer diagnosis
A retired prostate cancer survivor has a message for all men: get diagnosed BEFORE you start having symptoms – early detection will help you beat prostate cancer.
How to beat diabetes
Diabetes type 2 is a lifestyle disease, which means it is largely preventable. Here are the steps you should take to protect you and your family.
Male cancers – Check yourself or get checked
Early detection of prostate and testicular cancer can save your life. Learn how to check yourself or get checked for these male-type cancers.
Do adults really need to get vaccinated?
The recommended vaccination schedule doesn’t necessarily stop after childhood. Find out what adult vaccinations you should be considering.
Where to find affordable medical care
There are more affordable ways to get medical care… you just have to know where to look.
Signs that you might be having a stroke
Learn to spot the signs and symptoms of a stroke so that you can seek medical care as soon as possible.