Ibuprofen is a common anti-inflammatory medicine.
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There is currently no evidence showing it makes COVID-19 symptoms worse.
Up to a third of UK adults have high blood pressure.
How Ace inhibitors work to lower blood pressure.
A highway exchange stands empty of traffic after the government implemented restrictions to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus in Lima, Peru, on March 18, 2020. Does the global response to COVID-19 suggest there’s hope for climate action?
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The policy response to COVID-19 has been dramatic, unlike the response to climate change, for several reasons. But it shows there's hope for real action on climate change.
The normally bustling Galata Bridge in Istanbul, Turkey, is empty. March 19 2020.
And why COVID-19 has launched a response that the climate crisis couldn't.
A Mediterranean diet is good for your gut health.
Your gut plays an important role in building your immune defences. Don't neglect it.
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Coronavirus may fundamentally reshape some areas of how we life our lives.
What lecturers and students can do in the absence of the bricks-and-mortar lecturing experience.
Steps higher education institutions can take to ensure that teaching and learning continues during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Commuters outside Nairobi Railway Station wash their hands before entering the train station as a preventive measure against COVID-19.
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Health literacy is the degree to which people can get, understand and use basic health information to make decisions about health issues.
People of all ages need to work together to help keep society functional.
Touching one’s face is natural, but it spreads germs. There are ways to stop.
Studies have shown that some people touch their faces as often as 23 times an hour. Some studies have also shown that face-touching spreads germs, such as the coronavirus. Here are some ways to stop.
Washing your hands frequently is just one of the things you can do to stay healthy during the coronavirus outbreak.
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There are plenty of ways to keep your mind and body active and healthy during the outbreak.
A nursing home resident who tested positive for the virus visits through the window with her daughter.
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Different demographics are more or less vulnerable to serious complications from the coronavirus. A virologist explains the aging-related changes in how immune systems work that are to blame.
Using tech together with their parents is better for children.
There are ways to use tech to help kids learn, explore their interests and get creative.
Many households struggle when schools are closed.
Morrison has stressed Australia is not in shut down. Not officially. But out of a combination of alarm, caution and government measures to contain the virus's spread, many activities have shut down and more do so every day.
For some people, home is not a safe place to be.
Why 1.5 metres? Is it our best estimate or is there solid evidence behind it?
It's based on a combination of mathematical modelling, computer simulation and historical data from other pandemics.
Reserve Bank Governor Phlilip Lowe.
Reserve Bank Governor Philip Lowe has laid out a road map for measures to drive a range of other interest rates down, now that its cash rate has hit effective zero.
Aboriginal people are at greater risk of severe illness from COVID-19 than non-Aboriginal people. But plans to protect remote communities and keep the virus out are progressing too slowly.