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FOCUS

THIS MONTH, AS WINTER SETS IN, MATT LISTER HAS SOME TIPS ON WARDING OFF COLDS AND FLU

NOT TO BE SNIFFED AT

Every year at this time we’ll be trying to avoid the “snifflers” on the train. While that may be impossible, here are some things to help keep you healthy. In the gym, keep a little bottle of hand sanitizer handy, wipe down equipment before and after using it, wash your hands, keep hydrated, and get plenty of rest. Exercise in itself also boosts the immune system, releasing chemicals called endorphins (the same as the ones released during a good romp) that interact with receptors in the brain which make us feel happy, reduce our perception of pain, reduce stress levels, boost self-esteem, improve sleep and ward off feelings of anxiety and depression.

“WOO HOO! PURE COCOA CONTAINS MORE DISEASE-FIGHTING ANTIOXIDANTS THAN MOST BERRIES”

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About Attitude

On the cover, pop superstar Robbie Williams talks exclusively to John Grant about drink, drugs, sex, fame… and finding happiness. Elsewhere in this issue, Spice Girl Melanie C on her new album, gay rapper Cakes Da Killa, artist and activist Scottee, and the real lives of TV’s most famous gay ‘housewives’ as we meet the Gogglebox Gays. Plus, Outliving a Death Sentence: meet the men who have been living with HIV since the bleak days of the 80s and 90s.