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Health Why heart health is a feminist issue Every day, two women die needlessly after a heart attack because they don’t get the same treatment as men. It’s time to end this inequality, says Dr Kamal Chitkara Health What is choline? This recently discovered nutrient is thought to aid liver health, cognitive function and foetal development. Here’s what to know Health What does iron do? A surprising number of women are deficient in this essential mineral. Here’s what you should know Health How to keep your family healthy this autumn September marks the start of coughs and colds season. We asked two experts how to fend them off Health 6 surprising headache causes (and how to solve them) We asked an expert what could really be at the root of your pain evening primrose oilHealth What does evening primrose oil do? From helping skin health to managing menopause, this herbal remedy is being taken seriously by the scientific community Health How to handle your hangover like a pro Follow our expert guide to the day after the night before Health 10 healthy sight habits From choosing the right sunglasses to make-up hygiene, there’s more to healthy eyes than regular tests... Health What do B vitamins do? Essential for keeping both body and mind sharp, here's what you need to know about B vitamins supplementsHealth What does vitamin K2 do? Thought to boost heart health, build strong bones and reduce cancer risk, too, here's how to get enough vitamin K2 Health Your new holiday health to-do list You’ve weighed up the risks, and got your face mask and hand sanitiser at the ready. Here’s your checklist for travel health Ice cream meltingHealth Do you have reverse SAD? For those of us with reverse SAD, summer can make us anxious and irritable Health What does zinc do? Time to familiarise yourself with this immunity-boosting mineral Health Maximise the wellbeing benefits of getting outdoors Green spaces have been a lifeline to many during lockdown – here’s how to fully appreciate them Health 6 questions about cervical screenings, answered Cervical cancer affects thousands each year – but worryingly, women are now avoiding screenings, due to coronavirus concerns. Here’s why you should honour your appointment