Japan's Wackiest Health Magazine
Japanese pharmacy company Aisei publishes a magazine called Health Graphic Magazine. Typically published three times per year, each issue is focused on a specific topic. They’re not long—usually around 23 pages—but they utilize a wide array of creative methods to provide information about lack of sleep, sinus infections, stress, or whatever the topic happens to be.
The covers are also spectacular, often featuring a single, humorous image that makes you want to pick up the magazine and flip through it. The Spring 2015 issue, for example, focused on the topic of headaches (頭痛, zutsu), and presented a masked wrestler putting an office worker in a headlock.
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