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Health

Do You Know These Early Signs Of Dementia?

One in six people over 80 years old will experience dementia, but it isn’t just about memory loss. Health journalist Carole Beck discovers what to look out for. Around 850,000 people in the UK have dementia, and it’s overtaken heart disease as the leading cause of death in England and Wales. But there’s still a…
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What You Need To Know About High Blood Pressure

High blood pressure, or hypertension, affects millions of people in the UK, but many are unaware that they suffer from the condition. We explain how to get tested, what your results mean and how to prevent long-lasting damage to your health. The British Heart Foundation estimates that up to five million people in the UK…
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Fitness

6 ways to work out at home

Feel more like hibernating than going to a spinning class? These home workouts make it much easier to squeeze in the exercise. It’s January – the prime time to turn over a new leaf and kick-start a new exercise regime. But it’s also cold and dark outside, making staying at home much more appealing than…
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Money

5 Ways To Improve Your Money Habits

Constantly chasing your tail when it comes to your finances? Financial journalist Laura Whateley shares small steps you can take to improve your money habits. Many of us don’t feel in control of our financial destiny. This might be because we rarely have time to pause and take stock of our finances. Unexpected costs can…
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Supercharge Your Retirement Savings At Any Age

It’s never too early to plan for retirement savings, and with a few smart steps, you can set yourself up to achieve everything you want in life. Here are the money action points to supercharge them across the decades – in your 20s, 30s, 40s, 50s and 60s. Words: Rosalind Ryan The financial landscape is…
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Relax

The New Family Holiday Trend You Need To Try

Travel journalist Helen Foster explores the ‘skip-gen’ travel trend – where grandparents or older family members take the kids away – and shares the best family holiday ideas for giving it a try. Skip-gen travel is the new name for grandparents, older carers, family members or guardians taking children on a holiday without their parents.…
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How To Have Better Relationships

From our self-esteem to our sense of contentment, our happiness is influenced significantly by our relationships with family, friends or partners. Psychotherapist Jennifer Cawley shares five simple ways we can all maintain successful relationships… The human brain is built for relationships. When we’re born, we’re prewired to create bonds with others to help us survive.…
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