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Top clinical articles of 2015

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Delivering men's mental health
It is important to understand specific needs of males in order to help them access services, explains Ian Peate.

Managing hypertension in diabetes
The clinical evidence and options for controlling blood pressure in these patients are outlined by David Morris.

Eat to beat disease
Could the adoption of a Mediterranean diet boost public health, asks Mark Greener.

Advising travellers on sun safety
The travel health consultation should include advice on the risks of sun exposure, writes Sandra Grieve.

The rise of e-cigarettes
Changes are afoot in the e-cigarette market and it is vital to keep up to date, writes Darush Attar-Zadeh.

Preventing foot amputations
Good assessment of feet is vital to prevent unnecessary amputation, writes Anne Philips.

Epilepsy and female contraception
The various options to consider when prescribing for women with epilepsy are outlined by Rebecca Cosgrave.

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