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Day: January 2, 2020

Dry January could have more than one health benefit
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Dry January could have more than one health benefit

    The festive period is definitely the time for indulging mince pies, mulled wine, champagne and honestly, you should go right ahead and partake if you want to. But now January has rolled around, many people are looking to get back on a schedule and into a routine, and to simply feel more like their pre-holiday selves in general. If you're someone who is searching for a healthy reset that doesn't involve revamping your entire eating plan, then you might be interested in Dry January. What is Dry January, exactly? It's pretty straightforward you steer clear of alcohol for the entire month of January. The concept originated in the UK in 2013, when a non-profit group called Alcohol Change UK started the movement with the goal of raising money for alcohol abuse awarenes...
Benefits a Universal Credit claimant is entitled to
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Benefits a Universal Credit claimant is entitled to

    Universal Credit, the so-called new welfare state, has been plagued by back-to-back problems since launching in the UK led mostly by its controversial five week wait for first payments. However, 2.7million people are already enrolled onto it - and more in counting as the roll-out continues. But what other help can you claim once you're on the new six-in-one benefit and how can you access the extra perks? Those on Universal Credit can claim back up to 85% of their childcare costs, as well as access free work clothes to get to and from interviews. Half price train and bus travel is also available as well as a savings scheme that gives you a 50p bonus for every £1 you manage to lock away. "Universal Credit can help you pay essential bills, such as housing and childca...