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A series of makeup video tutorials for women over 50. What works for mature women.
Varicose veins are a common affliction. Up to 40% of women and 25% of men have them. I thought they were primarily a result of childbearing, but in fact they are hereditary.
A growing trend has marriage endings after 20, 30 and even 40 years and it's being driven by women. Why?
How much is enough to retire? We have the equation, but also 8 of the top tips for retirement financial planning.
A few days away from the big city may not bring the end result you expected.
Christopher Hitchens made his last written work an analysis of his own fatal diagnosis of cancer. An articulate, sometimes angry view from a difficult place.
One in a series of crime/mystery books about damaged lawyer Jack Irish and his laconic crime fighting ways.
Hi all, The forum ladies were most kind when I outlined my recovery from a breakdown. Part of my recovery was to immerse myself in my fave hobby - writing.
First in the series by Camilla Lackberg. Set in Sweden in a real place called Faaljbacka. There are about 8 books in the series and all are very well written.
The green hospital movement is a positive development towards sustainable medical institutions. But to complete this ambition, the concept needs to be
Hey everyone, I've already posted last year about my recovery from depression and my career in writing. One thing I'd like to share with you is the amazing
Hilary Mantel has done an extraordinary thing; she has written two Booker Prize winning books on the court of Henry the 8th. And they're not about Henry, but his Chief Minister, Thomas Cromwell.
The third age of a womans life is when she is freed to fulfill her own desires. It is a rich journey of discovery.
The Regeneration Trilogy of books by Pat Barker is a stunning collection of beautiful writing on the terrible topic of World War 1.
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