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Health

Osteoporosis: the facts

Osteoporosis: the facts

More than 3 million people suffer with osteoporosis but the good news is there’s plenty you can do to boost your bone health, as Glynis Kozma discovers.

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Your breast cancer questions answered

Your breast cancer questions answered

To mark World Cancer Day today, health expert Dr Sally Norton has put together some of the most commonly asked questions about breast cancer.

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Hush, little baby

Hush, little baby

Top ten tips to help your child sleep better.

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Are you at risk of ovarian cancer?

Are you at risk of ovarian cancer?

Dr Adam Rosenthal warns of the significance of a family history of the disease.

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Daily drops to de-stress

Daily drops to de-stress

Review of Bach's Everyday Essence Kit.

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Exit for eczema

Exit for eczema

Tips for National Eczema Week to battle skin conditions naturally.

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Garden

Get your garden ready for spring

Get your garden ready for spring

With February fast approaching, it is time to start thinking about preparing your garden for spring.

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It's the season to pick a Christmas tree

It's the season to pick a Christmas tree

Are you getting a real tree or an artificial one this year? We have some tips to help you decide.

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Spruce up your garden this September

Spruce up your garden this September

Top tips for getting the best out of your garden this September and going into autumn.

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June gardening tips

June gardening tips

Top tips on how to get going in the garden at the end of this month.

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Upcycle your garden décor

Upcycle your garden décor

Used rubber car tyres are brilliant to jazz up your garden style.

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Green-fingered or gardening beginner?

Green-fingered or gardening beginner?

Gardening tips for those who have been inspired by The Big Allotment Challenge.

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Your Home

Bust grime with grub

Bust grime with grub

The weird and wonderful food you can use to clean your home and the science behind why it works.

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Styling your home this Summer

Styling your home this Summer

How to adapt your décor to embrace the design trends and colour schemes of the season.

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Hassle-free housework

Hassle-free housework

Top tips on saving time and effort on your household chores.

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CCTV in care homes: good or bad?

CCTV in care homes: good or bad?

Call for care homes to consider how they protect their residents and employees.

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Women fix it

Women fix it

Research shows boom in female DIY-ers as women increasingly take on the home improvements.

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Brits ditch the dining room

Brits ditch the dining room

The living room or lounge is the undisputed heart of the UK home, according to new research.

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Travel

Downton Abbey location guide

Downton Abbey location guide

Step back into the post-Edwardian era and take a glimpse into the lives of the aristocratic Crawley family.

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The Great British Bake-cation

The Great British Bake-cation

The best UK destinations to visit and sample your favourite pastries, cakes and breads.

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Family holiday harmony

Family holiday harmony

Top tips if you're going on a multi-generation holiday this summer.

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Win a weekend break

Win a weekend break

Get Up & Go and win a two-night stay, dinner and breakfast at Travelodge.

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The secret to holiday packing

The secret to holiday packing

Easy tips for fuss-free summer holiday packing.

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Affordable Australia

Affordable Australia

Insider's tips on the best things to do to make a trip to Oz more affordable.

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Finances

Returning to work: Where do you start?

Returning to work: Where do you start?

Going back to work after a lengthy break can be daunting, but this advice by Barbara Daniels can help you on your way.

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Are you saving for your pension?

Are you saving for your pension?

Women face disadvantage in retirement, despite auto-enrolment, warns pension advisers.

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Divorce: The Finances

Divorce: The Finances

Key points to remember during and after a divorce to ensure financial health.

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Co-parenting: The finances

Co-parenting: The finances

How to approach financial agreements when co-parenting.

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Hen do debt

Hen do debt

Quarter of stag/hen do attendees have spent more than £300 on the pre-wedding celebration.

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Women lead home-based business trend

Women lead home-based business trend

According to a new study, 70 per cent of all new businesses are now started at home.

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Food and Drink

Food trends: What’s next?

Food trends: What’s next?

We’ve had organic, free-range, gluten-free, artisan, Heston’s art: the culinary landscape is constantly evolving and innovating. What will be the next big thing, asks Nicola Whiteford.

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Seasonal comfort in Dorset

Seasonal comfort in Dorset

Review of Brassica Restaurant in Beaminster.

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Classic dinner fare in Covent Garden

Classic dinner fare in Covent Garden

Review of Browns restaurant in Covent Garden.

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Healthy festive feasting

Healthy festive feasting

Top tips on navigating the festive menu with your health and wellbeing intact.

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Seafood on the Suffolk coast

Seafood on the Suffolk coast

Review of The Brudenell Hotel's Seafood & Grill restaurant.

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Cook a curry

Cook a curry

Top tips for making your own curry to celebrate National Curry Week.

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Leisure

Anything Goes

Anything Goes

The UK tour of the classic Cole Porter musical is delightful and delectable, if somewhat delirious.

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Interview with author Jemma Forte

Interview with author Jemma Forte

Woman's World chats to Jemma Forte about her latest novel, her career in television and female inspirations.

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The Railway Children drives into London

The Railway Children drives into London

The classic tale has been adapted for the stage, featuring a show-stopping, scene-stealing real life steam train.

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Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdow…

Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown

The farcical adaptation of the Oscar-nominated film stars British actress Tamsin Greig in her first musical theatre role.

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Interview with the women producers behin…

Interview with the women producers behind The Scottsboro Boys

Woman's World interviews Catherine Schreiber and Paula Marie Black, the two women producers behind The Scottsboro Boys musical.

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Assassins is a sure-fire hit

Assassins is a sure-fire hit

The Menier Chocolate Factory in London has a hit on its hands with Jamie Lloyd's production of Assassins.

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Fashion and Beauty

Relax with lavender

Relax with lavender

Review of Botanicals' lavender and tea tree calming body lotion.

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Smooth peel

Smooth peel

Review of the Phytonutri Qi Energising MM Face Peel from British brand Mel Millis.

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All-purpose paw paw from Australia

All-purpose paw paw from Australia

Review of PapayaGold's PAW PAW balm.

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Fruitology from France

Fruitology from France

Review of Pulpe de Vie's Luscious Glow.

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How important is your handbag?

How important is your handbag?

New research has uncovered that some UK women would rather lose an old friend or a pet than their favourite hold all.

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Field of flowers

Field of flowers

Review of Mary Elizabeth's Frankincense and Rose Moisturiser.

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