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Recent articles by Natasha:

Here's What You Need To Know About 'Silent' COVID-19

Asymptomatic individuals "may act as an essential driving force for the community spread of COVID-19," according to researchers. → Read More

Are Glasses Wearers Less Likely To Catch Covid-19?

Our eyes “may be an important route of entry to the body for the coronavirus”, said one doctor. → Read More

The Most (And Least) Risky Activities For Spreading COVID-19

How do parties compare to gyms? How does going to the doctor compare to a restaurant? This chart from the UK breaks it all down. → Read More

What Is 'Pure O'? George Ezra Opens Up About Life With OCD

"It felt like I’m not a freak, I’m not alone,” said the singer on discovering he had a form of OCD. → Read More

Can You Catch Covid-19 Twice – And What Does This Mean For A Vaccine?

A person in Hong Kong was diagnosed with Covid-19 for the second time. What does this mean for the rest of us? → Read More

Here's How Face Masks Have Changed The Way We Communicate

With the nose and mouth covered, our eyes, tone and body language are having to do the talking. → Read More

How To Force A September Reset During This Chaotic Year

Living through a pandemic has been tough. Here's how to find your groove in the last four months of the year – and make them count. → Read More

Here's What A Hygiene Expert Wants You To Know About Hand Sanitiser

Not all hand sanitisers are created equal. → Read More

'Up To One Million' Will Have Long-Term After-Effects Of Covid-19

The long-term effects of the virus could last for months, possibly even years, says a rehab consultant. → Read More

What Are COVID-19 Super-Spreader Events And How Can You Avoid Them?

Certain conditions can fuel the spread of the coronavirus. This little trick can help you spot them. → Read More

You're Wearing A Face Mask Every Time You Use A Public Toilet, Right?

Public loos could fling virus-laden droplets up into the air, studies suggest – and that includes urinals. → Read More

The Covid-19 Pandemic Is Now Being Driven By These Age Groups

Forget children or teens, people in their 20s, 30s and 40s are 'increasingly driving the spread', says WHO. → Read More

9 Photos Showing What 'Covid Fingers And Toes' Can Look Like

Red and purple bumps have been appearing on people's fingers and toes since the start of the pandemic. → Read More

9 Ways You Can Support Someone With Bipolar Disorder

Knowing the best way to show your support can be hard. This advice from mental health experts can help. → Read More

How You Can Help The People Of Beirut Right Now

George Kettani, the head of Lebanon’s Red Cross, said: “What we are witnessing is a huge catastrophe. There are victims and casualties everywhere.” → Read More

Working At A Laptop All Day? How To Combat The Aches And Pains

Improving your work setup doesn't have to cost a lot. Here's how to do it without spending any money. → Read More

Face Masks And Face Coverings: Your Absolutely Bumper Guide

As face coverings become mandatory in Melbourne, here's all you need to know about buying, wearing and washing them to beat Covid-19. → Read More

5 Powerful Mental Health Photos And The Stories Behind Them

The Wellcome Photography Prize shortlist shows human resilience in the face of depression, addiction and abuse. → Read More

7 Things You Should Know About Face Masks

From knowing how to fit one properly, to tips and tricks for avoiding fogging up your glasses. → Read More

You Can Still Burn Out While Working From Home. These Are The Signs

Working from home doesn’t mean we avoid stress. The 'burnout' feeling might be a little different from what we’re used to, though. → Read More