There’s always that someone – perhaps your nan or an uncle – who is not too keen on getting checked by medical practitioners, and it turns out a particular area of health is being neglected by the so-called baby boomers.
An intergenerational study commissioned by insurer Bupa UK found that when it comes to seeking help for symptoms associated with mental wellbeing, those aged 55 and above are the most likely of all workers to procrastinate – delaying the move for an average of 54 days.
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