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The Roast Is Toast: Just One Fifth of Brits Regularly have a Roast Dinner

The Sunday tradition of sitting down to a roast dinner with the family is a thing of the past, a study has found.  Just one in five of the 2,000 adults polled regularly sit down to the feast of a roast each weekend.  More than a fifth simply say they aren’t bothered about eating a Sunday roast, while 18 per cent claim they don’t have the time to cook it, and more than one in ten reckon it’s a lot of time and effort for a meal that only takes 10 minutes to eat.

Jetting off for summer? Don’t forget your jabs

Summer’s the time when students and families across the UK set off for far flung destinations. But whether it’s a stint of overseas volunteering or a tropical adventure across several destinations, travelers should not overlook the importance of safeguarding their health against disease and health risks – such as malaria, dengue fever, yellow fever and rabies – that could await their arrival.

Exam Stress Tips by Laura Little at CABA

Exam time is looming, and with it comes an understandable amount of stress for all people involved in the process. Whether you’re a student in the process of preparing for your examinations, or the relative of a student who’s revising on the run up to exams, you may find yourself feeling the pressure of upcoming exams: either due to direct pressure, or due to the empathy and concern you feel for your family member who is going through an exam period.

Careless Homeowners Leave a Small Fortune Behind in Forgotten Items When Moving

Careless Brits are leaving behind a small fortune in forgotten possessions when moving home, according to research.  A study of 2,000 homeowners revealed that 26 per cent of movers have forgotten a beloved item when packing up their home, to the tune of £138.13 on average.  That totals over £493million in forgotten items nationwide.

Britain Experiencing a Beetroot Boom on the Back of the "Purple Trend"

The increasing popularity of pre-cooked and flavoured varieties has led to a purple patch for the humble root vegetable.  Supermarket sales of beetroot have reportedly increased by as much as a THIRD year on year, and 2017 has seen the rise of the ‘purple trend’ – people eating purple to consume more antioxidants and nutrients in a bid to stay healthy.

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