During COVID, rich countries have used masks and gloves from their medical stockpiles. But not all countries are so fortunate. We found the best way to help. It may not be what you think.
The pandemic lifestyle we are all adjusting to is the life families of children with cancer have already been living. But there have been positives, too.
Early reports suggested an apparent increase in OCD relapse rates and symptom severity during the pandemic. But a year on, we’re learning this may not be the case.
Washing your hands with soap and water for 20 seconds is the best way to prevent yourself getting sick. And don’t use hand sanitiser.
During a raging pandemic it is obviously worthwhile to use hand sanitisers, particularly when we are unable to wash our hands. But we should minimise their use when cases drop.
African leaders can make strategies to fight COVID-19 more accessible to the people.
Following these simple steps can help to keep your holiday memorable in the best possible way.
Even in hospitals, where hand hygiene is vital, staff don’t always remember to wash their hands. What hope is there for the rest of us? Thankfully, research on handwashing behaviours has some answers.
Frequently-touched surfaces including trolley handles and card readers carry the highest number of virus particles.
With shelves cleared of hand sanitiser, many people are starting to to make their own.