Saga Magazine Author

Siski Green

Award-winning journalist Siski Green has been writing health news and features for Saga magazine for more than ten years, as well as for other consumer magazines such as Cosmopolitan, Glamour, Men's Health and GQ. She lives in Chile where she leads a healthy life, exercising regularly, and eating lots of fresh fruit and vegetables. The only piece of health advice she ignores is to drink green tea. It's Earl Grey or nothing!  


Latest Articles from Siski

Fried tofu
Health & Wellbeing

Alternatives to meat

Want to eat less meat? Try these delicious protein alternatives.

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Oral thrush or candida
Health & Wellbeing

Yeast infections: have you got one?

Find out how to check for symptoms of a yeast infection.

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Woman with headache or migraine
Health & Wellbeing

Subtle signs of women's heart disease

Learn to spot these telltale signs of heart disease in women.

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Arriving at the airport
Health & Wellbeing

Beat the post-holiday blues

Sun, sea, sand.. then back home again. How to prevent a post-holiday mood slump.

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Peyronie’s disease affects 5% of UK men. Photo posed by models.
Health & Wellbeing

Peyronie’s disease: all you need to know

Affecting 5% of UK men, Peyronie's disease causes the penis to bend and shorten.

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Couple living with Peyronie's disease
Relationships

Living with Peyronie's disease

A bent penis can make sex more difficult, but there are ways to improve it.

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Helping a patient to understand how to use a simple phone so that if they do get lost or confused they know they can call for help.
Health & Wellbeing

A new approach to Alzheimer's disease

Can Cognitive Rehabilitation therapy help treat Alzheimer’s?

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Couple after argument
Relationships

How to stop arguing with your partner

Find out how to solve your conflict patterns in your relationship.

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When working in a greenhouse or conservatory, glass will not offer you protection from harmful rays.
Health & Wellbeing

Gardeners’ skin cancer risk

Why you need to protect your skin, even when you’re gardening on dull days.

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