August 9, 2020

Government ‘should subsidise healthy food to help millions of people lose weight’

Subsidies for healthy food, plain packaging for unhealthy food, and more research into meat alternatives could help the UK's obesity crisis, according to a new report.
August 9, 2020

UK sees largest daily rise in coronavirus cases in six weeks

The large rise comes after a former government chief scientist warned we are only weeks away from another lockdown
August 9, 2020

OnePlus Nord review: this phone shouldn’t be possible at this price

ONEPLUS has returned to its roots with the OnePlus Nord - a well-designed, affordable smartphone with bucketloads of features you'd usually only expect to find in a device twice the price. Here is our in-depth review of the OnePlus Nord on the week tha...
August 9, 2020

Cancer symptoms: Five signs on your skin that could signal the deadly disease

CANCER symptoms can range from lumps to changes in bowel habits. These symptoms are often caused by other, non-cancerous illnesses, but it's important you get these investigated. Here are five signs to look out for on your skin.
August 9, 2020

Beauticians open: When can beauty salons do eyebrows and facials?

BEAUTICIANS reopened several services in July, but some close-contact services were still banned. So when can you get your eyebrows done and get a facial?
August 9, 2020

Blood pressure: How to lower your blood pressure naturally

HIGH blood pressure is caused by a number of unhealthy lifestyle choices, and so can easily be reversed without needing to take medication. Here's how to lower your blood pressure naturally.
August 9, 2020

Coronavirus symptoms: Three unusual signs of COVID-19 you may not have heard of

CORONAVIRUS symptoms have been shown to appear in many shapes and forms. While a cough and fever are some of the most recognised signs of COVID-19, the virus can also cause symptoms you might not expect.
August 9, 2020

Bailiffs threat for pensioners who don’t pay TV licence fee

The Government wants to impose a civil penalty, which could see debt collectors seizing possessions from those who watch television without a licence
August 9, 2020

The BBC apologises for racial slur used in a news reports

The corporation originally defended its decision to broadcast the term
August 9, 2020

UK Government pledges £20m to Beirut explosion aid effort

The extra funds come as one British volunteer said the area affected by the blast is 'massive'
August 9, 2020

The two popular cleaning products you should never mix together

If you mix these two cleaning agents together leave the affected area and breathe in some fresh air, and change your clothes
August 9, 2020

Your Google Home smart speaker might have been listening to more than you thought

GOOGLE accidentally tweaked a number of Google Home gadgets to listen out for more than the standard "OK, Google" and "Hey Google" wake phrases.