We take a look at how a restaurant in London is responding to lockdown easing and implementing changes as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
Working from home means more comfort throughout the day, but don't let this be the end of your regular routines.
The coronavirus pandemic has suddenly put a spotlight on virologists, epidemiologists and physicists. Dirk Brockmann from Berlin's Humboldt University is one of them. DW asked him how he deals with his unexpected stardom.
Large parts of Argentina are still under strict coronavirus lockdown. But in the city of Rosario, life is returning to normal. What has the country's third-largest city done differently to battle COVID-19 more successfully than other parts of Arge...
Peanut butter is a healthy choice when it comes to a tasty snack and it is as a great source of protein, but over eating can be bad for you.
Juice bars and smoothie shops have exploded in popularity in recent years, but is juice really that healthy?
Frontline medical workers in Moscow talk about lack of protection in the fight against COVID-19. A doctor and a nurse talk about the difficulties they face at work every day.
UK health officials expressed alarm after people flocked to British beaches. A heatwave saw large crowds packing popular resorts, fueling fears the coronavirus could spread. The government is threatening to close beaches if restrictions aren't obs...
Dirk Brockmann from Germany's Robert Koch Institut talks to DW about why New Zealand was so successful in containing the coronavirus outbreak compared to Brazil.
The reproduction number 'R' is used to determine how fast the coronavirus spreads through a given community. But what exactly does this number mean? And what is its significance? Professor Dirk Brockmann of Berlin's Humboldt University explains.
A meat-processing plant has become epicenter of Germany's coronavirus outbreak. To stem the spread, authorities have massively restricted public life in the town of Gutersloh and a neighboring district. How was the virus able to spread so quickly?
Studies show that Yoga can be one of the most effective lifestyle practices to improve a variety of mental health issues.
Strictly Come Dancing dancer Katya Jones has embarked on a year long challenge from Oxfam to buy no new clothes. Katya is working with the charity to encourage people to shop more mindfully.
Three ways to tidy up overgrown short hairstyles using VO5 products to create a quiff, a side parting or a slicked-back look.
With the closure of gyms and even the slow reopening of gyms, many people have been struggling to stay fit.
The attraction is preparing to reopen while remaining Covid-19 secure on July 4. Footage shows the running of the experience in action. Interview with Tom Lionetti-Maguire, CEO of Little Lion Entertainment, the creator of Crystal Maze Live.
Fitness instructor Laura Williams takes viewers through a step-by-step guide of how to perform a 15-minute energy boosting pregnancy workout.
Russia was quick to implement a cellphone app to fight the coronavirus spread. The app was been designed to ensure that coronavirus patients isolate themselves from others. Fines are charged for not complying with isolation rules.
Prof. Dirk Brockmann from Germany's Robert Koch Institut talks to DW about the German coronavirus tracking app
The German coronavirus app warns people when they have come in contact with an infected person. It doesn't collect any personal data and is voluntary.
The online orchestra with over 1,320 musicians from 44 nations plays music on the world wide web. Jens Illemann, the conductor who came up with this project, is overwhelmed by the response from all over the world.
The coronavirus crisis grounded airplanes across the globe because of fears that the virus would spread via air travel. But now that planes are starting to take off again, DW asked Dirk Brockmann of Berlin's Humboldt University what implications t...
One positive side effect of the pandemic is that more people are switching to cycling, with many governments encouraging this trend. France is putting a lot of money into the expansion of bike lanes and even supports bicycle repairs, but the effor...
Colombian medical workers in need of protection +++ Bulgaria: Hospitals as coronavirus hotspots +++ Germany: Pandemic revives gender stereotypes
The coronavirus pandemic has put many families in Germany into a difficult situation. Where the kids have to stay home, the mothers often end up staying there with them, placing their careers on hold.
COVID-19 is on the rise in Latin America. Argentina's strict lockdown measures, in place since mid-March, have been extended for Buenos Aires until late June. People in the capital are divided on whether that is a good thing.
In Colombian hospitals, adequate personal protective gear has been in short supply, forcing medical workers to take matters into their own hands. Dubious vendors are taking advantage of the desperate situation and offering fake face masks and othe...
Indigenous women in Bolivia have turned the country's face-mask requirement into an economic opportunity. They produce masks made from the wool of llamas and sheep in the Bolivian Andes, and their work is drawing attention to their lives and culture.
Fitness trainer Laura Williams gives a step-by-step guide to the ultimate calorie-burning home workout.
Older people who are infected with the coronavirus have a high risk of developing severe illness. How can they be protected? How hard is it for the elderly to adapt to restrictions in the pandemic? We talk with Dirk Brockmann, epidemiologist in Be...
As London Fashion Week goes online due to the coronavirus pandemic, hairdressing brand Toni&Guy looks back at its 15-year collaboration with the capital's festival of fashion.
Neurologist Patricia Krause and tai chi instructor Mirko Lorenz explain why movement and exercise helps Parkinson's patients. What types of movement are best?
For those looking to adopt a healthier diet, salads can always be a great meal to adopt into a diet. Watch the video above for more details!
London Fashion Week has announced a packed schedule for its first digital festival in June, as the coronavirus pandemic continues to prevent live catwalk shows from taking place. Here are some of the key highlights to look out for.
Amersham hair salon Gatsby & Miller prepares for opening with new protective measures against Covid-19 with PPE, perspex screens and thorough cleaning of tools.
DW teams up with tick researcher Peter Hagedorn to go out to the forest to look for ticks. Find out more about these dangerous little bloodsuckers.
The coronavirus outbreak has trapped thousands of migrants in towns and camps at the northern Mexican border. Many fled violence and poverty in Central America, hoping for asylum in the US. But since the pandemic, they have little choice but to wait.
Brazil has the world's second highest number of COVID-19 cases. In some cities the dead are being buried in mass graves. Hospitals are hopelessly crowded. But in one Rio neighborhood, some help is coming from a samba school - in the shape of masks.
The coronavirus reached South America with some delay after Asia, Europe and the US, but now SARS-CoV-2 is spreading rapidly there. Epidemiologist Dirk Brockmann on the development of these new COVID-19 hotspots.
Some countries are dealing successfully with the pandemic: Costa Rica for example. The small Central American country has the lowest death rate from the coronavirus in Latin America. What is Costa Rica doing right?
As the summer approaches and lockdown begins to lift, fitness expert Laura Williams shows us five simple exercises to tone up our glutes.
You have to be a real badass to master the hardest female musical roles. For this list, we’ll be looking at the leading female roles in musical theatre that are difficult to perform, whether it’s because of vocals, dancing, acting, or other factors.
Jacob Drachenberg is a psychologist and one of the best-known stress management experts in Germany. In Good Shape talks to him about time management and tips in dealing with the pressure of deadlines.
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Xiaomi brings its flagship Mi 10 in India for Rs. 49,999. Mi 10, that brags of a 108-megapixel quad camera setup and the latest Snapdragon 865 SoC looks promising, but should you buy a Xiaomi phone for Rs. 50,000? We tell you.