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As the contagious COVID-19 Delta variant continues to proliferate across the world, it’s natural to feel a pang of anxiety with every sneeze, cough, or tickle in your throat. The truth is, a lot of us have colds right now — after over a year of lockdowns, quarantine, and very diligent masking and hand-sanitising, our immune systems are a little out of practice. So how do you know if that runny nose is just the common cold or a breakthrough case of COVID? The good news is, if you’re vaccinated, y
Living through a pandemic has changed us. Now, we’re more cautious of germs, washing our hands rigorously and monitoring any off-kilter symptoms like coughing or fever. Face masks and elbow bumps have become normalised. We’ll never look at a public water fountain the same way again. And many of us are also experiencing another, more subtle side effect: word vomit. “I can’t stop telling people about my nonexistent sex life and how my partner and I are seeing a nonviolent communication coach,” Jen
If you’ve ever perused the #vegan and #veganism tags on Instagram or TikTok, you’ve probably seen edited photos of beautiful meals, trendy restaurant recommendations, and memes designed to shame non-vegans for eating meat. Maybe you’ve heard the jokes about veganism, too, often rooted in stereotypes about how vegans look, act, and talk about their lifestyle. It’s no wonder, then, that vegans have a very specific reputation, especially online — namely, that they prioritise aesthetics over everyth
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Welcome to Beauty In A Tik, where each week we put TikTok’s viral beauty hacks and innovative trends to the test. Whether skincare or makeup related, you can always count on TikTok‘s experts to provide a smart solution to a beauty problem. Last month, we learned how to take the chore out of a summery smoky eye in seconds and how to make your own BB cream when foundation feels a little too heavy in the sun. But lately, it’s all about hair. The weather here is temperamental to say the least and wh
I’m what my friends call “unlucky in livelihood”. There was the time my then-dream job called me after three extensive assignments and two gruelling interviews to say they were drafting my offer letter, only to ghost me, save for an email on Christmas Eve assuring they’d “be in touch ASAP”. It took until March to accept that the letter was never coming. Then there was the company that kept scheduling interviews before asking for just one more copy task – three in total and no interview. This las
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“Society’s stereotype is that middle-aged, wealthy couples who unfortunately can’t conceive biological children are the [main] adopters. Which is why people were so shocked when we did adopt, I think.” Molly was 25 when she started the adoption process with her husband. While she already had a biological daughter at 21, a series of miscarriages followed by a traumatic birth cemented that she never wanted to be pregnant again. But that didn’t mean they only wanted one child. “The whole experience