Saga Magazine - June 2018

22 May 2018

Saga Magazine's June 2018 issue highlights include interviews with Russell Watson and Jonathan Dimbleby plus must-read health and money features.

A woman hides her upper arms

6 easy ways to cover your arms in summer

As soon as warm weather hits, sleeves disappear. If you hate the idea of exposing your arms, here’s our round up of alternatives to going sleeveless.


Jonathan Dimbleby

The Grown-up Test: Jonathan Dimbleby

Officially, the presenter of Radio 4's Any Questions is 73, but how old is he in his head? We find out.


Fermented foods

The eight best foods for gut bacteria

Good gut bacteria is linked to better health, so find out what you should be feeding your little helpers.


Greek food

10 healthy Mediterranean foods

Stick to a Mediterranean-style diet and research shows you'll up your chances of a longer, healthier life. Here's what to add to your shopping list.


Mature woman working out with hand weights

How to keep your hourglass figure after 50

Find out how your body shape changes as you age, and what you can do to keep your hourglass figure.


Vitamin D supplements 

June 2018 health news

The latest research insights and products to keep you healthy - from shingles jabs to vitamin D supplements.


Russell Watson relaxing at home

Russell Watson: Better than ever

Bestselling singer Russell Watson talks about the power of music to lifts the spirits and heal the soul, and reveals he’s a homebody at heart.


A comic book style illustration of an envious banker

 Why the envy frenzy? 

John Walsh believes that jealousy is souring us, both as individuals and as a nation. Why is it so widespread – and is there anything we can do about it? 


A cake to symbolise the NHS turning 70

The NHS at 70

2018 is the year the National Health Service hit 70; to celebrate, we spoke to doctors, nurses and patients about the nation’s best-loved asset.



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