What's online from the Reader's Digest April 2013 issue

Check out these bonus online features, as mentioned in the April 2013 edition of Reader's Digest.


Exclusively Online


Health: Discover five foods that are incredibly hard on your chompers.

Travel: Debating whether to hit the road? Check yourself against our list of 10 signs it's time to take a vacation. 

Canada's Most Interesting Towns: Expand your travel horizons - no passport required. Discover 10 exciting and offbeat Canadian travel destinations.

F
un & Games: Word Power: Did you know a bigger latte size doesn’t necessarily get you more caffeine? Discover 13 coffee-shop secrets.

Food
: Get the delicious dessert recipes for Pink Pistachio Fudge Squares and
Decadent Chocolate-Beet Muffins.


Inside the April 2013 Edition

Pick up your copy of the magazine at newsstands and enjoy these in-depth magazine features:
 
  • Love Machine: The next generation of robots is poised to acquire the very thing that makes us human: empathy.
  • Mind the Trap: Five ways our instincts can fail us.
  • Cops & Hackers: Cybervigilantes and hackers argue that traditional law-enforcement methods are obsolete. How the digital age is forcing police to step up their game.
  • Building Stories: Drawn by a healthier economy, the latest surge of Irish immigrants is young, skilled and hoping to stay.
  • Shore Shots: An artist's take on our continent's coasts.
  • Luck: How a losing racehorse won a man's heart.

Recent Features

  • How Summer Camp Shapes Lives>>

    Ghost tales, happy trails, visiting day, sneaking away, learning to grin, playing to win, arts and crafts, endless laughs and songs to make the memories last. The very best summer-camp stories as told by you. >>

  • Courting Celebrities on Twitter>>

    Historical figures tweet their online dating profiles.>>

  • A Conversation With the Dalai Lama>>

    On his 80th birthday, the Dalai Lama reflects on forgiveness, compassion and why ethics are more important than religion>>

  • Notes From My Father>>

    I never knew how to communicate with my dad. And then, one day, I wrote him an email.>>

  • RD Interview: Buffy Sainte-Marie>>

    Singer-songwriter Buffy Sainte-Marie on activism, longevity and her new album, Power in the Blood.>>

  • Becoming My Mother>>

    Sometimes overcoming what we dislike about our parents is a matter of just getting used to ourselves.>>

  • We're Looking for the Greatest Canadian Neighbours!>>

    Do you have a funny, quirky or heartfelt story to share with us about how the person one, three or 12 doors down made a difference in your life? We would love to hear who you think is Canada’s Greatest Neighbour.>>

  • Birders Unite!>>

    An old-school hobby takes flight.>>

  • Gone Strolling>>

    Unhappy at work and recently injured, writer Dan Rubinstein changes his pace to change his life.>>

  • The Best April Fools' Pranks From Around the Globe>>

    From simple pranks such as pasting a “Kick Me” sign on someone’s back to more elaborate hoaxes, April 1 is a day where it’s acceptable to play a practical joke on your family, neighbours, colleagues, friends and enemies. What are you waiting for?>>

  • Drama: Airplane on Fire!>>

    The plane crashed down, windows shattered, and flames blasted through the cabin. Survival seemed unlikely.>>

  • Why You Trust David Suzuki>>

    The steadfast activist on hope for the future and why it comes down to older generations to shake things up.>>

  • Reframing Losses>>

    How to avoid letting narrow defeat mess with your head.>>

  • How the Franklin Ships Were Found>>

    In 1845, Sir John Franklin commanded the HMS Erebus and Terror in search of an elusive Northwest Passage. The two ships disappeared into the ice, sparking a 166-year-long search. How one of the greatest mysteries of our time was finally cracked.>>

  • The Con Man>>

    How an ordinary guy convinced lovers and billionaires to part with their money and buy into his lies.>>

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