It turns out, if your crisps are sufficiently 'niche' and sophisticated, even they can be classed as a meal.
Women felt more worn out by restrictions – while men complained of boredom
For these extremely vulnerable populations, the pandemic has added pressure to already strained living conditions and healing processes.
The level of anger and sadness in our dreams may be related to how much we suffer mentally with social isolation.
Christmas could end up being a superspreader event. It's much safer to stay home.
The notion of a trade-off between health measures and the economy is not supported by data from 45 countries.
A story map shows how Harare's young people coped with lockdown in Zimbabwe.
Interviews with a diverse range of young people in Edinburgh and London, aged 18-26, reveal their experiences both before and during the pandemic.
When we asked parents how they were going during Australia's first lockdown, they told us about their stresses, challenges and joys. And policymakers need to hear this.
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Teenagers have been proactively focusing on self-care and staying optimistic.
Here's what the west can learn from South Korea, Taiwan, Vietnam and more.
Saving the economy requires minimizing, if not eliminating, community COVID-19 transmission.
In my view the short, sharp lockdown is warranted. It will give authorities time to discover the extent of exposure from this cluster.
The Brexit Party has become Reform UK. What are they up to now?
The fact that there's a growing number of child vendors means government interventions for vulnerable children aren't reaching everyone in need.
Lockdown increased the appetite for on-demand viewing.
A cyclical lockdown policy based on odd and even house numbers could be the best way to exit the lockdown.
As research shows, divorce doesn't have to mean an unhappy childhood.
Spreading electricity demand throughout the day is much better for the environment.