Coronavirus FAQs: Open Windows In Winter, Holding Your Breath, Sprayed Masks?

When it’s cold outside, is it safe to bring a socially distanced gathering into your house if windows are open for a short bit, then shut so indoor temps don’t plummet. Tessa Bunney/Corbis via Getty Images hide caption toggle caption Tessa Bunney/Corbis via Getty Images …

5 Ways to Support Your Immune System This Winter Season

Winter season can be difficult for some individuals, but this winter season is a particularly stressful time for everybody. Staying healthy is imperative, so taking additional precautions to improve your immune system is a must. But what exactly can you do that’s going to make …

The Best Teas & Tea Accessories for Winter

Warm up with these antioxidant-rich teas and must-have tea accessories! With the cold and flu season upon us, the chill of the winter freeze still lingers, and we’re all too ready to curl up on the couch with a good book and a mug of …

The new rules of winter skincare

You change your wardrobe with the seasons, so why not your skincare? Here’s our dermatologist-approved guide for glowing all year round Image: Shutterstock They say there’s no bad weather, only bad clothing – and you’ll benefit from applying this old adage to your skincare routine …

How to embrace winter

Cold days and dark nights don’t have to mean low mood, coughs and festive stress. Switch up your attitude and welcome in some seasonal sparkle Do you struggle with the plummeting temperatures and lack of daylight? Perhaps you associate winter with feeling tired and low, …

Beat the winter blues

An evolutionary psychologist tells us how to feel better through the cold, dark days of winter Has the change in season left you feeling tired, tearful, or grumpy? You’re not alone. While research suggests around 3% of people in the UK are diagnosed with full-blown …