• Health
    The Guardian

    Is Covid’s end closer than we think?

    Is Covid’s end closer than we think?Up to half the world’s population may have natural immunity to coronavirus, writes Prof Moin Saleem. Plus Dr David Grimes on the evidence that vitamin D provides some protection

  • Style
    Women's Health

    Dr. Pimple Popper Just Squeezed A Tunneling Back Blackhead That Was So Stubborn

    "Extraction satisfaction to the max!"

  • Celebrity
    HuffPost UK

    Brad Pitt And Jennifer Aniston Reunite - And Things Get Flirty

    "Hi Brad, you know how cute I always thought you were."

  • Technology
    The Independent

    iOS 14: If your iPhone shows an orange or green dot in the corner, someone may be watching you

    Apple has released iOS 14, with a range of major feature upgrades as well as smaller tweaks to the way the iPhone works. The tool adds a small orange or green dot in the corner when an app makes use of the microphone or camera. An orange light refers to the microphone, while an orange one indicates that the camera is being accessed.

  • News
    PA Media: UK News

    Judge’s decision to halt deportee flight ‘a victory for humanity’

    Home Secretary Priti Patel said she was 'bitterly disappointed' by Sir Duncan Ouseley's ruling.

  • Celebrity
    People

    Christina Anstead and Husband Ant Split After Less Than 2 Years of Marriage

    The couple tied the knot in a secret “winter wonderland” wedding at their home in Newport Beach, California, in December 2018, and welcomed their first child together in September 2019

  • Health
    The Telegraph

    Almost one third of Covid deaths in July and August 'primarily caused by other conditions'

    Coronavirus was not the main cause of death for nearly one third of recorded Covid-19 victims in July and August, research by Oxford University has found. Analysis shows that around 30 percent of people included in the coronavirus death toll by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) over the summer months had died primarily from other conditions. It means someone who suffered a heart attack, or even died in a road traffic accident, may have been included in the figures if they had also tested positive for coronavirus at some point, or if doctors believed the virus may have exacerbated their condition. Throughout the entire pandemic, around one in 13 people currently classed as Covid-19 victims did not have the disease as an underlying cause of death. It means 3,877 deaths (7.8 per cent) in which coronavirus was not the primary cause have been included in the figures. In July and August, that number jumped to 28.8 per cent of all registered deaths, meaning Covid-19 was not the main cause of death in 465 of 1,617 recorded victims (listen to the podcast below, which discusses whether Britain's death toll could be set to increase again).