(Click here to read.) Today we are forming a negative expert opinion surrounding the amount of supplements the average adult takes, interestingly, in 1957, chemical nutrition was relatively new, and were encouraged by the research, particularly vitamin: B.
The crux of this argument was to stave off old age–sound familiar?
We all hold out hope for better birthday gifts (and Christmas, Mother’s Day, Hanukkah, etc).
Standing tall in the centre of the Reader’s Digest HQ is the Reader’s Digest Archive.
This archive contains every-single-edition of Reader’s Digest from 1938 up to the present day.
Every month, as a new issue hits the newsagents–or your door mat if you’re a subscriber–we take a look back and share with you a piece of RD history. As you can see it was a year of great cultural significance.
And this figure, the latest available, is probably much the same today.
Included were 17,100 men and 6,900 women suffering from ulcers.
Have you ever wished that your significant other could read your mind when your birthday rolled around? You tell us their name and contact info and a little about you, your jewelry likes and the holidays you celebrate and we swoop in to save the day about three weeks ahead, by reaching out to them with suggestions.
Or that they had picked up on your hints at Christmastime? But an apple corer or vacuum cleaner just isn’t what we were looking for. Now you can discretely sign up your spouse/loved one for our Gift Reminder Service. We’ve polled thousands of husbands (ok, 10) and they totally loved the idea. (We actually witnessed one wiping the sweat off of his forehead.) Go! So that the next time you open a present from your sweetheart, you can both be happy.