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Home & Lifestyle

Is Shopping for Flowers Online Safe Option?

Flowers are one of the most suitable and beautiful gifts you can’t go wrong with. Sending flowers as a present was a tradition that is in existence for long.

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17th Jun 2013
Sara Tulip
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Travel

Meeting Thailand

For those who are visiting Thailand for a short time or overnight may not see the proper side of Thailand.

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14th Jun 2013
Steve Newton
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Home & Lifestyle > Relationships

How to Buy Funeral Flowers?

In western culture it is always appropriate to send to sympathy flowers to a grieving family to express your sorrow towards such a huge loss.

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14th Jun 2013
Sara Tulip
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Health

Mediterranean Diet for Stronger Bones of People Above 50

A human body after 50 usually cries for strength and energy. With ageing comes several health problems and the most common among them are orthopedic issues like brittle bone and osteoporosis. It is most common yet significant health problem that plagues senior body.

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14th Jun 2013
Andy Asher
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Health > General Health

Find Yourself Tossing and Turning? Tricks to Sleep Better

Don't you just hate it when you can't get to sleep?

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10th Jun 2013
Evan Michel
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Health > General Health

Half price entry to Young At Heart show for DRWF supporters

Diabetes Research & Wellness Foundation news readers are being offered half price tickets to the first Young at Heart Show, a lifestyle event “for modern, active over 50s”.

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24th May 2013
Claire Levy
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Health

Make Water Distiller for Home

Tips to make water distiller self.

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14th May 2013
hilton clary
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Home & Lifestyle > Beauty

Home Remedies to Treat Your Grey Hair

It contains the causes of grey hair problem and the remedies to solve the issue.

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14th May 2013
hilton clary
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Finance

What On Earth is an Annuity?

Are you struggling to make sense of annuities? Then stop what you're doing, make yourself a cuppa, and read this post!

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29th Apr 2013
Rupert Drummond
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Health > General Health

Getting a Good Night's Sleep After 50

Did you know that sleep problems don't necessarily increase with age? Read on to learn more about how you can sleep better after age 50.

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8th Apr 2013
Helena Pi
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Home & Lifestyle > Relationships

Second Time Stag

Planning a stag for the second time around can be a tricky issue as chances are you’ve been there, done that and bought the t-shirt. There’s likely to still be excess but with a shade more sophistication this time around. A bit older and wiser, your second stag offers you the opportunity to learn from what you enjoyed first time and shape the stag do to you and your friends.

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8th Apr 2013
Laura Wilkins
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Home & Lifestyle > Fashion

How to dress right every day - a new style column

Dressing right takes strategy we just can’t wear what we want in order to look our best.

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28th Feb 2013
Michaela Jedinak
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Health > General Health

How to love your feet and keep them happy

People often forget the importance of their feet and the constant pressure they are under, carrying your whole body weight for up to 10,000 steps a day! In this cold weather, people hide their feet away in boots and snug socks which mean they are often neglected and uncared for. We have compiled some advice on how to learn to love your feet and keep them happy, which is especially important for over 50's.

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26th Feb 2013
ABC DEF
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Travel > Cruising

Why cruising is especially fun for over-50s

Cruises are becoming increasingly popular, and not just with families and young couples. The over-50s age group, often flush with hard-earned cash and looking to see the world while they’re still full of beans, are fast discovering the advantages of cruising over more traditional holidays.

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8th Feb 2013
mick Shaw
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Home & Lifestyle > Pets

Buy quality horse supplies and pet foods from suitable companies

You can buy horse attire accessories and medication from professional agencies. These companies also sell products for pets like dogs and rabbits.

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8th Feb 2013
Jack Russell
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Travel > Europe

Last minute short haul Christmas getaways

If you’re getting bored of the same Christmas day routine of turkey dinner, the Queen’s speech and falling asleep in your armchair by 4pm, you may want to consider getting away this Christmas. Many places in Europe are only a short flight away and boast some of the best Christmas destinations in the world, from authentic markets and magical lighting displays to traditional foods, festivals and fantastic shopping.

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24th Dec 2012
Laura Wilkins
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What's on > Film

The Must See Book-To-Film Releases for 2012/13

From late 2012 through to mid-2013, some literary classics are set to invade our cinema screens, with Hollywood budgets having been thrown at a number of classic book-to-film adaptations. All too often, this kind of transformation flops but we’ve got our eye on a few that look too good to miss. Here are our favourites…

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21st Nov 2012
ABC DEF
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Home & Lifestyle > Outdoor leisure

The Natural Guide to Autumn

A look at some of Britain's best loved tree species to spot while you're out and about this autumn.

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8th Nov 2012
ABC DEF
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Finance

The thrifty guide to saving money on a holiday

To help you get the most from your money here are some top holiday moneysaving tips for before you go and when you’re there. Happy saving!

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31st Oct 2012
Laura Wilkins
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Travel

The Secrets of Salento

Mediterranean weather, miles of sandy beaches, delicious food, charming classical towns and a heady mix of festivals: it’s not hard to see why Italians love Salento.

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26th Oct 2012
Laura Wilkins
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Travel > World Wide

6 Wonderful Worldwide Wildlife Destinations

Whilst food, culture and beautiful landscapes may draw holidaymakers to countless destinations around the world, each country also has its own unique and compelling wildlife to offer visitors. From giant pandas in China to reindeer in Finland, a wildlife holiday will enable you to see some of the world’s most amazing animals in their natural habitat.

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24th Oct 2012
Laura Wilkins
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Health

What is the difference between a Thai massage and Yoga?

This article gives you a brief idea about the similarities and differences between the Thai massage and yoga.

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4th Oct 2012
Jack Russell
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Travel > Europe

Tuscany’s hidden gems

There are some areas of beautiful Tuscany that are often forgotten which offer spectacular scenery and calm contemplation away from the hustle and bustle of the major cities

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28th Sep 2012
Laura Wilkins
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Travel > Around The UK

UK Short Stays on the increase

Recent research has highlighted a UK holiday boom with more than half of the UK taking a domestic holiday this, amid government attempts to boost the domestic sector. Short breaks were most common so what are the options available for a relaxing UK short stay?

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27th Sep 2012
Laura Wilkins
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Travel

Insiders guide to romantic Dublin

You may have already been to Paris, Rome or Milan for a mini getaway, but have you considered Dublin? From romantic strolls down the mist-shrouded Liffey River and along Dun Laoghaire pier, to hiding away in the nooks and crannies hidden throughout the city, the friendly city welcomes couples who become swept up in the romance of theatre, art, and music. Hand in hand you can tour landmarks rich in history, visit beautifully-kept greens, or spoil your loved one with a gift from Grafton Street.

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27th Sep 2012
Laura Wilkins
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Health

Tempt to resist?

Gone are the days when we follow a lean bread routine and some fruits, the so called diet to lose weight effectively. We as human beings tend to crave for sweeter, buttery and all kind of fried stuff, that’s our Temptations.

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11th Sep 2012
Jack Russell
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Finance > Money Saving Tips

Be a savvy traveller

Being ignorant of hidden charges and failing to plan ahead can mean a single person paying an extra £400, or a family of four paying over £1,000, on top of the basic cost of a ticket for return flights on a, so called, ‘low-cost airline’. Does this mean the days of budget airfares have passed us by or is it still possible to grab a cheap flight to somewhere sunny for a long weekend?

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30th Aug 2012
Laura Wilkins
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Travel > Europe

Insider’s Guide to Corfu

Jo Simmons lived and worked in Corfu for 10 years and is a true expert on all that this beautiful island has to offer. Here’s her insider’s guide to Corfu, complete with some top tips and off-the-beaten-track ideas.

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28th Aug 2012
Laura Wilkins
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Travel > Europe

A Sicilian adventure

Located off the tip of Italy’s toe Sicily is a concentrated distillation of history, architecture and gastronomic delights, where mountain ranges jostle for supremacy, incandescent volcanoes light up the night skies and the sea has sculpted a coastline of stunning variety and beauty. Here’s a pick of some of the best activities for travellers when visiting this unique and often remarkable island.

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24th Aug 2012
Laura Wilkins
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Home & Lifestyle

Some Tips for Grocery Shopping

Grocery shopping can be a very tiring job for someone who is not prepared for the endless options or short on time. This is a regular task and we can easily turn it into a more pleasurable activity while saving both time and money.

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15th Aug 2012
Jenney Maria

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