If your Easter traditions involve a morning church service or big family brunch — with aunts, uncles, cousins, and grandparents — this Sunday's holiday is going to look very different. With social distancing mandates in place across the country, Easter 2020 will likely translate to an afternoon Zoom session. But even if you're alone in your apartment you can still dress up in your favourite floral top (and sweatpants) and show the whole fam your latest DIY quarantine project: a happy, spring-y manicure. Ahead, we've rounded up our favourite nail art designs for spring, loosely inspired by Easter's classic pastel colour palette. From cotton candy-hued florals to buttercup-yellow polka dots, scroll through to find the DIY design you'll want on your fingernails from Easter Sunday straight through to May.Like what you see? How about some more R29 goodness, right here?The Biggest Nail-Art Trends To Try For SpringQuarantine Nails Are Trending On InstagramEverything You Need To Do Nail Art At Home
National Siblings Day, a day on which siblings express their appreciation for one another, is upon us.Similarly to Mother's Day and Father's Day, the annual event is recognised around the world as an opportunity to showcase just how much your family means to you.
Parkinson’s disease is the world’s second most common neurodegenerative disorder, behind Alzheimer’s disease.Each year, the international community comes together on World Parkinson's Day, 11 April, to raise awareness of the illness.
As we sequester ourselves at home, many will likely be feeling at a loss as to how to keep themselves, and their families, entertained during the lockdown.While we’d suggest making sure you take plenty of breaks from the screen – for your daily exercise, reading, board games and arts and crafts – there is also plenty of fun to be had online.
Patrick Dempsey, Zach Braff and Jennifer Garner returned to their roles as on-screen doctors to thank US healthcare workers for their dedication during the coronavirus pandemic.In a video curated by actress Olivia Wilde, who appeared on House, MD, a cast of famous faces who made their names playing TV doctors virtually came together to pay tribute to real-life medics.
The first case of coronavirus transmitted in the UK was reported on 31 January. There have since been more than 6,000 deaths across the nation.In a bid to combat the continued rise in cases, Prime Minister Boris Johnson has advised the public to adopt a policy of “social distancing”, which includes working from home where possible and not undertaking any non-essential travel.
Earlier this month, the NHS outlined plans to run 10,000 tests for coronavirus a day amid the pandemic.While Boris Johnson recently told the House of Commons this number would increase to 25,000, figures show that on Monday 23 March, 5,605 tests were conducted.