well-man


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well-man

n, pl -men
(Medicine)
a. a healthy man who attends a clinic or surgery to ensure that his general health, lifestyle, and sexual performance are satisfactory
b. (as modifier): a well-man clinic.
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There was a lot of adulation from the voyage, but Well-man was through with flying.
"People are more aware about prostate cancer these days through the news, TV adverts and social media - well-man clinics are being held and more proactive GPs are coming in as well.
This is a situation in which well-man aged associations can excel.
The dad-of-one from Newcastle said: "I had a well-man check about three years ago but I'm quite health conscious and have always planned to get a check once I turn 40.
He added: "I'm past 40 now and my wife keeps telling me I should be going for a well-man check to make sure everything is fine.
Production of Well-man International rPET fiber also uses 86% less non renewable energy, depletes mineral resources by 85% less than virgin polyester and releases 82% less acid rain causing causes and 76% less euthrophication-causing substances.
My suggestion would be to see if your practice runs a "well-man" clinic.
Fathers who bring their children to the clinic will be offered a "well-man" check, including advice on the prevention and detection of testicular cancer, sun exposure, healthy eating and exercise, alcohol consumption, adaptation to parenthood and quitting smoking.
If you ask for a well-man check they should be quite agreeable.
Charity trustees would like to see men sent a letter asking them to go for screening at Well-man clinics, similar to the way women get regular smear tests for cervical cancer.
The main focus of Liza and Pauline's class was to help the men slim but they also introduced an informal well-man clinic.
A WELL-MAN clinic is being held in Nuneaton next month in a bid to tackle one of the world's biggest killers.