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Reader's Digest UK

Aug 01 2021
Magazine

Reader's Digest magazine is bursting with stories, articles, advice, recipes, reviews, tips, jokes and anecdotes. Each issue is small enough to fit in your handbag or pocket, but big enough and perfectly informed to keep you entertained for. We have regular features covering health, travel, money, food, home and garden, as well as recommendations and reviews on entertainment, books and technology. Plus, have a go at our beat the cartoonist, trivia quiz and other fun and games on offer each and every month.

NGAN’S NAME MEANS “STAR,” BUT SHE WASN’T ABLE TO SMILE BRIGHTLY

Reader’s Digest

In This Issue…

Over To You LETTERS ON THE June ISSUE • We pay £50 for Letter of the Month and £30 for all others

SEE THE WORLD DIFFERENTLY

Choices, Choices… • Amidst a return to so-called normality, Olly Mann finds that less choice really is more

Sir Derek Jacobi On Lockdown, Literature And The Love Of His Life • The lively legend of stage and screen, Sir Derek Jacobi, opens up about the beginnigs of his career, the meaninglessness of awards and meeting his now-husband, Richard Clifford

Toyah Willcox I REMEMBER… • Toyah Willcox (63) is an English musician, actress and TV presenter. From fronting a band to releasing solo music, there is little that she hasn’t done across a four-decade career

Women And HEART DISEASE • Heart disease is a real risk for women yet its threat remains under the radar

1. YOUR HORMONES

2. YOUR SMOKING HABITS

3. YOUR BLOOD PRESSURE

4. YOUR PREGNANCY HISTORY

5. WHERE YOU LIVE AND WORK

7 WAYS TO MAKE THE MOST OF YOUR MUSCLES • Building strength helps you stay healthy as well as fit

Give Crow’s Feet The Bird • We love the sun and we love laughing but, let’s face it, both are a shocker at showing up crow’s feet

Ask The Expert: Alcohol Addiction • Psychiatrist Dr Catherine Carney works at the Delamere addiction rehab clinic in Cheshire

Eyes On The Screen • This month, Dr Max wonders how preoccupied we should be with our children’s TV habits

The Doctor Is In

The “Write” Way To Remember • Pen and paper are powerful tools for learning, says our memory expert, Jonathan Hancock

The Promise Of Intermittent Fasting • A popular diet trend works well for many weight watchers, and the benefits might extend beyond your waistline

A Better Bladder • Myths and truths about urinary tract infections

My Britain: St Ives

If I Ruled The World Jessamyn Stanley • Jessamyn Stanley is an internationally acclaimed voice in wellness, highly sought after for her insights on 21st-century yoga and intersectional identity. Her new book, YOKE: My Yoga of Self-Acceptance, is out this month

HOW TO find peace ANYTIME, ANYPLACE • Meditation is simpler than it sounds. Follow these directions from a sceptic who tried and liked it

TRAPPED AT THE BOTTOM OF THE SEA • His air-supply cord severed, commercial diver Chris Lemons had minutes to live

FAST FOOD WAS OUR LOVE LANGUAGE • In his short, difficult life, a greasy meal and a soda were a balm for my father. Every time I eat a chicken nugget, I feel close to him once again

ON JAPAN’S ICE CREAM TRAIL • A journey that’s extra special thanks to unique local flavours

My Great Escape: Crossing Chile • Join our reader Russell Sparkes as he discovers Chile

HORTA LABYRINTH Barcelona

Helping Your Kids Buy A Home

SOPHIE BERTRAND & BARI STRICOFF

World Kitchen

Fun In The Sun • Impress friends with your very own handmade party game

My Love For The Summer Dress • As we get into the hottest month of the year, Catherine Summers sings the praises of a staple summer...


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Frequency: Monthly Pages: 148 Publisher: Vivat Direct Ltd. Edition: Aug 01 2021

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Reader's Digest magazine is bursting with stories, articles, advice, recipes, reviews, tips, jokes and anecdotes. Each issue is small enough to fit in your handbag or pocket, but big enough and perfectly informed to keep you entertained for. We have regular features covering health, travel, money, food, home and garden, as well as recommendations and reviews on entertainment, books and technology. Plus, have a go at our beat the cartoonist, trivia quiz and other fun and games on offer each and every month.

NGAN’S NAME MEANS “STAR,” BUT SHE WASN’T ABLE TO SMILE BRIGHTLY

Reader’s Digest

In This Issue…

Over To You LETTERS ON THE June ISSUE • We pay £50 for Letter of the Month and £30 for all others

SEE THE WORLD DIFFERENTLY

Choices, Choices… • Amidst a return to so-called normality, Olly Mann finds that less choice really is more

Sir Derek Jacobi On Lockdown, Literature And The Love Of His Life • The lively legend of stage and screen, Sir Derek Jacobi, opens up about the beginnigs of his career, the meaninglessness of awards and meeting his now-husband, Richard Clifford

Toyah Willcox I REMEMBER… • Toyah Willcox (63) is an English musician, actress and TV presenter. From fronting a band to releasing solo music, there is little that she hasn’t done across a four-decade career

Women And HEART DISEASE • Heart disease is a real risk for women yet its threat remains under the radar

1. YOUR HORMONES

2. YOUR SMOKING HABITS

3. YOUR BLOOD PRESSURE

4. YOUR PREGNANCY HISTORY

5. WHERE YOU LIVE AND WORK

7 WAYS TO MAKE THE MOST OF YOUR MUSCLES • Building strength helps you stay healthy as well as fit

Give Crow’s Feet The Bird • We love the sun and we love laughing but, let’s face it, both are a shocker at showing up crow’s feet

Ask The Expert: Alcohol Addiction • Psychiatrist Dr Catherine Carney works at the Delamere addiction rehab clinic in Cheshire

Eyes On The Screen • This month, Dr Max wonders how preoccupied we should be with our children’s TV habits

The Doctor Is In

The “Write” Way To Remember • Pen and paper are powerful tools for learning, says our memory expert, Jonathan Hancock

The Promise Of Intermittent Fasting • A popular diet trend works well for many weight watchers, and the benefits might extend beyond your waistline

A Better Bladder • Myths and truths about urinary tract infections

My Britain: St Ives

If I Ruled The World Jessamyn Stanley • Jessamyn Stanley is an internationally acclaimed voice in wellness, highly sought after for her insights on 21st-century yoga and intersectional identity. Her new book, YOKE: My Yoga of Self-Acceptance, is out this month

HOW TO find peace ANYTIME, ANYPLACE • Meditation is simpler than it sounds. Follow these directions from a sceptic who tried and liked it

TRAPPED AT THE BOTTOM OF THE SEA • His air-supply cord severed, commercial diver Chris Lemons had minutes to live

FAST FOOD WAS OUR LOVE LANGUAGE • In his short, difficult life, a greasy meal and a soda were a balm for my father. Every time I eat a chicken nugget, I feel close to him once again

ON JAPAN’S ICE CREAM TRAIL • A journey that’s extra special thanks to unique local flavours

My Great Escape: Crossing Chile • Join our reader Russell Sparkes as he discovers Chile

HORTA LABYRINTH Barcelona

Helping Your Kids Buy A Home

SOPHIE BERTRAND & BARI STRICOFF

World Kitchen

Fun In The Sun • Impress friends with your very own handmade party game

My Love For The Summer Dress • As we get into the hottest month of the year, Catherine Summers sings the praises of a staple summer...


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