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who’s most affected on public transport in the time of coronavirus?

Who’s most affected on public transport in the time of coronavirus?

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Picture: Glenn Campbell/AAP The coronavirus pandemic is already affecting Australians’ daily travel, with suspension of public transport services a possibility as the number of COVID-19 cases grows. A common goal underpinning containment strategies in pandemic-like...
frozen, canned or fermented: when you can’t shop often for fresh vegetables, what are the best alternatives?

Frozen, canned or fermented: when you can’t shop often for fresh vegetables, what are...

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Image: Shuttlestock If you’re trying to reduce your trips to the shops as you practise social distancing and contribute to “flattening the curve” of the coronavirus spread, you might be wondering what it means for...
coronavirus: how long does it take to get sick? how infectious is it? will you always have a fever? covid-19 basics explained

Coronavirus: how long does it take to get sick? How infectious is it? Will...

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Image: Shuttlestock You’re probably inundated with news and messages about coronavirus at the moment. But how do you know if you’re consuming evidence-based information or just speculation and myth? There’s still a lot we don’t know...
getting creative with less. recipe lessons from the australian women’s weekly during wartime

Getting creative with less. Recipe lessons from the Australian Women’s Weekly during wartime

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Image: Giorgio Trovato/Unsplash Over the past few weeks, Australians have become used to seeing empty shelves in their local supermarkets. Coronavirus-induced panic buying has quickly depleted stocks of products like pasta, rice and flour. Major supermarket...
social distancing can make you lonely. here’s how to stay connected when you’re in lockdown

Social distancing can make you lonely. Here’s how to stay connected when you’re in...

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Image: Shuttlestock COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus, is a challenge for everyone. We know positive social support can improve our capacity to cope with stress. But right now we’re being asked to keep our distance...
why are older people more at risk of coronavirus?

Why are older people more at risk of coronavirus?

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Image: Shuttlestock As we learn more about COVID-19, it’s increasingly clear that your risk of severe illness and death increases with age. Children under nine years of age seem to be largely unaffected, either with no or...