Articles

Article Comments Author
Rectangle_tiny

Health > Your gifts in Wills power tomorrow's break throughs

Each day 12 babies are diagnosed with a congenital heart defect in the UK

The British Heart Foundation continues to support research to improve the understanding, diagnosis and treatment of congenital heart conditions.

Read more
0 Micro
17th Apr 2019
British Heart Foundation
Rectangle_tiny

Health > Dementia care & awareness

Artist collaboration creates banner to showcase allotment experiences of dementia

A banner created by people with dementia working with a trio of well-known artists has been unfurled at a special ceremony in Exeter.

Read more
0 Micro
16th Apr 2019
Gareth Hargreaves
Rectangle_tiny

Health

Is 75 the new 65? Wealthy countries need to rethink what it means to be old

As people continue to live longer, governments will need to rethink similar policies around health care, employment and more, write Warren Sanderson and Sergei Scherbov.

Read more
0 Micro
15th Apr 2019
Gareth Hargreaves
Rectangle_tiny

Food & Drink > Recipes

Superfood truffles

These little chocolate nuggets are supercharged with chlorella to energise the body. Recipe by Christine Bailey.

Read more
0 Micro
15th Apr 2019
50connect editorial
Rectangle_tiny

Finance > Property

Pay off your mortgage?

Before paying off your mortgage, Peter McGahan says look at what other debts you might have such as credit cards and unsecured loans where the monthly cost is greater.

Read more
0 Micro
15th Apr 2019
Peter McGahan
Rectangle_tiny

Home & Lifestyle > Beauty

Organic and natural beauty product tips

Avoid toxins and live a greener lifestyle in the simplest way possible.

Read more
0 Micro
15th Apr 2019
50connect editorial
Rectangle_tiny

Home & Lifestyle

Repotting houseplants

Spring is the time to think about repotting houseplants that have reached the stage where their roots have filled their present pots.

Read more
0 Micro
15th Apr 2019
Gareth Hargreaves
Rectangle_tiny

Travel > Around The UK

Talland Bay, Cornwall

Talland Bay Hotel, luxurious and quirky, sits between Looe and Polperro. Michael Edwards explores the spectacular sea-swept South Cornwall coast.

Read more
0 Micro
15th Apr 2019
Michael Edwards
Rectangle_tiny

Health

Planning for the future with Alzheimer’s Research UK

If you or a loved one are affected by dementia, you may have questions about legal issues surrounding writing a Will or Lasting Powers of Attorney. Alzheimer’s Research UK can help you plan for the future by outlining some things to think about.

Read more
0 Micro
12th Apr 2019
50connect Promotions
Rectangle_tiny

Home & Lifestyle > Outdoor leisure

Cycle in safety

With the return of longer daylight hours and warmer, dryer weather many recreational cyclists will be heading out on the roads again. Here are our top 10 things you need to know for a safe ride.

Read more
0 Micro
12th Apr 2019
Editor at Large
Rectangle_tiny

What's on > Theatre

Top Girls

Top Girls presents an argument for compassion, as well as a sharp look at social inequality in a country divided by its own ambitions, writes Laurence Green.

Read more
0 Micro
12th Apr 2019
Laurence Green
Rectangle_tiny

Health > General Health

Hydration in older age

Hydration is often overlooked when it comes to health and wellness advice but is just as important as a well-balanced diet and regular exercise. Here are some tips to help you spot the tell-tale signs

Read more
0 Micro
12th Apr 2019
50connect editorial
Rectangle_tiny

Home & Lifestyle > Food & Drink

Pulled Persian lamb with Tracklements zingy rosemary jelly

Easter wouldn’t be the same without lamb and this slow-cooked show-stopper is quick and easy to prepare and has flavours to die for.

Read more
0 Micro
12th Apr 2019
50connect editorial
Rectangle_tiny

Finance

As phishing gets smarter, what could businesses do for older clients?

Scammers are constantly devising new ways of persuading people to hand over sensitive personal data, so what can service providers do to protect you?

Read more
0 Micro
12th Apr 2019
50connect Promotions
Rectangle_tiny

Health

Five ways to look after your gut

Busy lives, convenience diets and everyday stresses all contribute to put a burden on your gut health. Here, Eloise Craven-Todd reveals five little kindnesses for your tummy.

Read more
0 Micro
11th Apr 2019
Eloise Craven-Todd
Rectangle_tiny

Finance > Property

Lopsided boat of property investing

Normal conditions mean a normal return, but these are not normal times says Peter McGahan as he outlines the risk of pinning all your hope on property

Read more
0 Micro
11th Apr 2019
Peter McGahan
Rectangle_tiny

Home & Lifestyle

Camera traps are revealing the secret lives of Britain's mammals

Camera traps offer fascinating insights into the secret lives of Britain’s mammals, writes Sian Green. With the help of ordinary people, we can all learn more about them, and how to look after them well into the future.

Read more
0 Micro
8th Apr 2019
50connect editorial
Rectangle_tiny

Travel > Around The UK

A New Forest break at Balmer Lawn Hotel

David Powell rediscovers peace, tranquility and relaxation during a short break to the New Forest and Balmer Lawn Hotel.

Read more
0 Micro
8th Apr 2019
David Powell
Rectangle_tiny

Travel

5 unmissable South American highlights

From its vivacious culture to its unrivalled biodiversity – we’ll introduce you to the best of South America on a Peregrine small group tour.

Read more
0 Micro
5th Apr 2019
50connect Promotions
Rectangle_tiny

What's on > Theatre

Fiddler on the Roof

The resurgence in ant-Semitism ensures a timeless resonance to Trevor Nunn's revival of Fiddler on the Roof at the Playhouse Theatre, writes Laurence Green.

Read more
0 Micro
5th Apr 2019
Laurence Green
Rectangle_tiny

What's on > Theatre

Emilia

Elements of pantomime and boisterous backchat make Emilia a rousing reminder of creative women who have been omitted from history or have had to fight to make themselves heard.

Read more
0 Micro
5th Apr 2019
Laurence Green
Rectangle_tiny

Finance > Money Saving Tips

Energy Bills Near £1,300^ - 5 Ways to Beat Constant Price Rises

Why not save your hard earned money for something better spent on you?

Read more
0 Micro
3rd Apr 2019
50connect Promotions
Rectangle_tiny

Health

Jeremy Bowen reveals he has bowel cancer

BBC journalist Jeremy Bowen is undergoing treatment for bowel cancer after diagnosis late last year.

Read more
0 Micro
1st Apr 2019
Gareth Hargreaves
Rectangle_tiny

Finance > Property

Why more people want to downsize when they retire

How rental could be the alternative to spending retirement rattling around in a large home and having the worry and expense of its upkeep.

Read more
0 Micro
1st Apr 2019
Gillian Girling
Rectangle_tiny

What's on

The Bay at Nice

A small gem that says more in its 80 minutes than many plays more than twice its length and certainly makes for essential viewing. Laurence Green reviews The Bay at Nice.

Read more
0 Micro
1st Apr 2019
Laurence Green
Rectangle_tiny

Health > Your gifts in Wills power tomorrow's break throughs

“I want other people to get the second chance that I had”

Tony Larlham is proud to be one of the people who together fund around a quarter of the UK’s independent heart and circulatory disease research by leaving a gift in his Will to the British Heart Foundation.

Read more
1 Micro
1st Apr 2019
British Heart Foundation
Rectangle_tiny

Travel > Around The UK

London’s Spy Hotel

St Ermin’s Hotel, Westminster, was at the heart of spying intrigue for much of the last century. Michael Edwards investigates.

Read more
0 Micro
1st Apr 2019
Michael Edwards
Rectangle_tiny

What's on > Film

At Eternity's Gate

Willem Dafoe stars as Vincent van Gogh in Julian Schnable's biopic but a sluggish, labouring script that labours not so much on the life of the painter or even his work but on the never ending question of “why”.

Read more
0 Micro
1st Apr 2019
50connect editorial
Rectangle_tiny

Home & Lifestyle > Food & Drink

Roasted cherry tomato and mozzarella pasta

A rich and creamy pasta dish that is a satisfying, meat-free, lunchtime or midweek dinner winner.

Read more
0 Micro
29th Mar 2019
50connect editorial
Rectangle_tiny

Health > Your gifts in Wills power tomorrow's break throughs

The British Heart Foundation funds research to beat the world’s biggest killers.

Gifts in Wills make up half of the BHF income, it's thanks to them we're able to have the long term investment to keep research going to beat heart and circulatory diseases and their risk factors.

Read more
0 Micro
28th Mar 2019
British Heart Foundation


Do NOT follow this link or you will be banned!