Saga Magazine - November 2017

24 October 2017

Highlights from the November issue of Saga Magazine, including the secrets of long-lasting celebrity marriages, how to become a professional house-sitter and much more.



Timothy West and Prunella Scales

Secrets of long-lasting celebrity marriages

We asked happily married celebrities for their tips for a long and successful relationship.

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How to become a house-sitter

House-sitting is a great way anyone can stay in beautiful homes in exotic foreign locations all year round. Here's the lowdown.

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Cowl knitting pattern

Find out about Prym's revolutionary new knitting needles, plus get the pattern for this lovely cowl.

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How to start investing

Do you want to invest your money? Not sure where to start?

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How to use credit cards and protect your consumer rights

Tips to help you protect your consumer rights when you use a credit card, plus find out about the rights of Saga customers and the collapse of Monarch airlines.

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5 common Will mistakes

Even small errors or mistakes in a Will can make it invalid.

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Property maintenance

Keep our property in top condition with Saga's guides to DIY and maintenance.

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Four cups of tea a day contain enough natural fluoride to help defend teeth against decay.

Well, well, well: health news for November

A light machine that tackles cold sores, a skincare brand whose profits go to the NHS and more.

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Brendan Gordon © Andrew Hayes Watkins / Saga Magazine

How battlefield medicine could save your life

Recent conflicts have created new treatments that can benefit us all.

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New ways to beat type 2 diabetes

Encouraging new research into type 2 diabetes may offer future treatment possibilities.

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