Saga Magazine - January 2017

30 December 2016

Welcome to the new-look magazine bursting with sparkling new features and writers, alongside your old favourites.

Bill Bailey

Bill Bailey's remarkable guide to happiness

Our favourite funnyman goes in search of silence, or the absence of clamour.

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Barry Cryer

People We Love: Barry Cryer

The Radio 4 star talks about his life in comedy.

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Evening stroll

8 new health breakthroughs

From reducing your risk of stroke and staving off Alzheimer’s to improving your joint health, new research is finding fresh ways to improve your wellbeing.

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A man takes photos with a digital camera

Top Tech Tips: Digital photography

Find out how to make the most of the controls on your camera for the very best results.

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10 fast ways to improve your health

Small, surprising changes in your everyday habits can make a big difference to your chances of getting cancer, dementia and many other illnesses.

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Make the most of your activity tracker

Five useful tips on how to get the most out of your activity tracker.

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Could autonomous cars keep older or disabled drivers mobile for longer?

Will self-driving or autonomous cars provide a lifeline to older or disabled drivers?

We look at future technology and ask if autonomous or self-driving cars could provide a lifeline to older or disabled drivers by keeping them mobile and independent for longer...

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A red toy car on the grass to represent downsizing to a smaller car

Three small cars that won't make you feel bad about downsizing

Driving something small doesn’t always mean driving something that feels cheap.

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10 ways to reduce stress

Try these simple, but unexpected methods to instantly make yourself feel more relaxed and happy.

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A pound coin on fallen leaves to represent the Autumn Statement

Paul Lewis: The Autumn Statement 2016

Paul Lewis explains what the changes the 2016 Autumn Statement will bring in might mean for you.

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A seedling grows from money representing saving

Annie Shaw: How to save thousands in the year ahead

Start by giving your finances a good spring clean…

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