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Reader's Digest UK

Mar 01 2023
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.

Reader’s Digest

Putting Pen To Paper

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

POETRY CORNER

SEE THE WORLD… …DIFFERENTLY • Fish farmers have been around longer than some might think! Modern aquaculture began with a German scientist who, in the 18th century, succeeded in collecting fish eggs, fertilising them and feeding farm animals until they were ready for slaughter. Today, farmed fish live mostly in floating enclosures near coastlines. In Scotland, many farms specialise in salmon. It takes two to three years to raise the farmed fish before they end up as a delicacy on plates all over the world.

Dear Doggy Diary • Olly Mann gives in to his family and gets a puppy, writing of the cuteness and chaos

Hugh Jackman On Mental Health, Musicals And Marvel • The affable Australian film star opens up about how his new film, The Son, changed him and why people loving his films and characters means so much to him

I REMEMBER… Sir Michael Burton • Sir Michael Burton, 85, is a former British diplomat who served as British Minister in Berlin in the final years of the Cold War, was the British Ambassador to Prague in the 1990s and has worked in the interests of British diplomacy in locations ranging from Khartoum to the Khyber Pass in a career spanning six decades

Are We Facing A LABELLING EPIDEMIC? • Last year the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM 5) topped the Sunday Times bestsellers list. Why would a manual which has a main purpose for communicating diagnosis among mental health professionals become a bestseller among the general population?

AN ANTI-MIGRAINE DIET • What you eat—and don’t eat—can help stave off debilitating headaches

Tired Of Feeling Tired? • Sometimes we sleep well but still feel groggy. Some of the possible causes might surprise you

Redress The Balance • Being steady on your feet might be more important than you realise

Ask The Expert: Cosmetic Dentistry • Cosmetic dentist Alfonso Rao is the founder of several clinics in Bristol and the south east, and the Delta Dental Training Academy in Bristol

Easy Ways To Sleep Better • Especially when stress is keeping you up

Pen To Paper • Dr Max muses on how sending handwritten letters can help your health

The Doctor Is In

Put A Name To That Face! • Ageing brains need new “people skills”, says our memory expert, Jonathan Hancock

Should You Break Up With A Friend?

Relationship Advice

Discover Victor Hugo with VIALMA

My Britain: Isle Of Barra • At first glance you might think you’re looking at a rock in the middle of the Atlantic, but on closer inspection you’ll find a vibrant island community, a water sport heaven and breathtaking natural scenery

If I Ruled The World Glen Matlock • Glen Matlock is the former Sex Pistol who has gone on to become a well-travelled solo musician, as well as play with the likes of Blondie, Iggy Pop and Primal Scream

The Accidental Caregiver • For my mother, caring for my dad was filled with challenges—and triumphs. My family’s journey has lessons for all of us

MEET THE 1% CLUB • A strong backroom entourage forms the...


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Frequency: Monthly Pages: 164 Publisher: Vivat Direct Ltd. Edition: Mar 01 2023

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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.

Reader’s Digest

Putting Pen To Paper

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

POETRY CORNER

SEE THE WORLD… …DIFFERENTLY • Fish farmers have been around longer than some might think! Modern aquaculture began with a German scientist who, in the 18th century, succeeded in collecting fish eggs, fertilising them and feeding farm animals until they were ready for slaughter. Today, farmed fish live mostly in floating enclosures near coastlines. In Scotland, many farms specialise in salmon. It takes two to three years to raise the farmed fish before they end up as a delicacy on plates all over the world.

Dear Doggy Diary • Olly Mann gives in to his family and gets a puppy, writing of the cuteness and chaos

Hugh Jackman On Mental Health, Musicals And Marvel • The affable Australian film star opens up about how his new film, The Son, changed him and why people loving his films and characters means so much to him

I REMEMBER… Sir Michael Burton • Sir Michael Burton, 85, is a former British diplomat who served as British Minister in Berlin in the final years of the Cold War, was the British Ambassador to Prague in the 1990s and has worked in the interests of British diplomacy in locations ranging from Khartoum to the Khyber Pass in a career spanning six decades

Are We Facing A LABELLING EPIDEMIC? • Last year the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM 5) topped the Sunday Times bestsellers list. Why would a manual which has a main purpose for communicating diagnosis among mental health professionals become a bestseller among the general population?

AN ANTI-MIGRAINE DIET • What you eat—and don’t eat—can help stave off debilitating headaches

Tired Of Feeling Tired? • Sometimes we sleep well but still feel groggy. Some of the possible causes might surprise you

Redress The Balance • Being steady on your feet might be more important than you realise

Ask The Expert: Cosmetic Dentistry • Cosmetic dentist Alfonso Rao is the founder of several clinics in Bristol and the south east, and the Delta Dental Training Academy in Bristol

Easy Ways To Sleep Better • Especially when stress is keeping you up

Pen To Paper • Dr Max muses on how sending handwritten letters can help your health

The Doctor Is In

Put A Name To That Face! • Ageing brains need new “people skills”, says our memory expert, Jonathan Hancock

Should You Break Up With A Friend?

Relationship Advice

Discover Victor Hugo with VIALMA

My Britain: Isle Of Barra • At first glance you might think you’re looking at a rock in the middle of the Atlantic, but on closer inspection you’ll find a vibrant island community, a water sport heaven and breathtaking natural scenery

If I Ruled The World Glen Matlock • Glen Matlock is the former Sex Pistol who has gone on to become a well-travelled solo musician, as well as play with the likes of Blondie, Iggy Pop and Primal Scream

The Accidental Caregiver • For my mother, caring for my dad was filled with challenges—and triumphs. My family’s journey has lessons for all of us

MEET THE 1% CLUB • A strong backroom entourage forms the...


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