The rules on driving during lockdown differ depending on where you live in the UK, and are regularly updated. During the emergency period, the government originally said that you should...
Many supermarkets are asking customers not to touch items that they aren’t going to buy, and many retailers’ reopening plans include quarantining items that people touch and then discard. It’s...
From face masks to scams and home test kits, we round up what we've learned about COVID-19 during 40 days of lockdown
While we’re being urged to only make essential car journeys during the Coronavirus lockdown, if you need to go somewhere with your child in tow, it’s still vital to use the correct car seat and ensure it’s properly installed. Here's the latest on where you can buy a baby car seat, and how to fit it safely.
Why you need to pay extra attention to hay fever symptoms this year, where to find cheap hay fever tablets and how to tell the difference between hay fever and COVID-19
Smartwatches and fitness trackers are designed to stay on our wrists all the time: while we're getting sweaty during exercise, while we're sleeping, in some cases while we're swimming - and they can get up to 30 times dirtier than a toilet seat. Find out how to clean your wearable device without damaging it.
The Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) has announced that those who can’t afford a flight home can apply for an emergency loan, but UK residents stranded overseas amid the coronavirus pandemic have slammed a government repatriation loan scheme as ‘a publicity stunt’.
From what makes up 'medical-grade' hand gel to making your own - and if you need 'germ protection' soap - we reveal what really matters in the fight to keep your hands clean and protect against COVID-19
Your immune system defends your body against illness and infections so it's important to keep it functioning as well as possible so that it can do its job in keeping you healthy.
British holidaymakers are being forced to spend thousands of pounds on airfares home – only to end up stranded and penniless when the airline cancels. Carriers including Etihad and Westjet are only offering travel vouchers for grounded flights and are failing to reroute passengers, while continuing to sell seats at inflated prices. Some Brits have had multiple flights cancelled, leaving them struggling to pay for food and accommodation.