What’s YOUR pandemic drinking personality? Experts reveal 10 types from the Camel to the Metronome

Booze has become a coping mechanism for many Britons during the pandemic. With pubs and restaurants closed and the government ordering us to stay at home, people’s drinking habits have changed over the past year. Almost half (48 per cent) of British respondents to the Global Drug Survey in September last year admitted they were consuming … Read more

Social media users reveal why they’re ready to live alone

It’s not always good to share! People reveal their housemates’ most inconsiderate moments – including BITING into the butter People from around the world contributed their photographs to Bored Panda One person shared their disgust with their dad because he bites in to the butter Another individual shared how his wife always overloads the dishwasher  … Read more

Covid: Government refuses to reveal the number of positive cases at quarantine hotels

The Government has refused to reveal the number of Covid cases found through its controversial quarantine hotels scheme. Since February 15, travelers returning home to the UK after visiting one of 33 red-listed countries have been forced to quarantine in a hotel for 10 days at a cost of £1,750 each. The red-list areas are … Read more

Covid: Government refuses to reveal the number of positive cases at quarantine hotels

The Government has refused to reveal the number of Covid cases found through its controversial quarantine hotels scheme. Since February 15, travelers returning home to the UK after visiting one of 33 red-listed countries have been forced to quarantine in a hotel for 10 days at a cost of £1,750 each. The red-list areas are … Read more

Vision: 360-degree images reveal how iconic tourist spots look to people with ocular conditions

An interactive tool is using 360-degree images to show how iconic tourist spots  look to those with eye conditions including cataracts, glaucoma and tunnel vision. Users can, for example, see ‘floaters’ over the Sydney Opera House, experience Times Square dimmed by night blindness and view Dubai with ‘Deuteranopia’. According to the developers at contact lens retailer … Read more

Scientists reveal the types of skin breakouts parents should look out for in MIS-C

Doctors have revealed the most common locations and types of skin rash found in children with a rare coronavirus-related hyperinflammation condition. Named MIS-C, patients were first diagnosed in 2020 after doctors noticed some children developed inflammation in a range of organs after exposure to SARS-CoV-2, with the Centre for Disease Control saying it can be fatal, … Read more

We reveal four UK homes for sale with spectacular dressing rooms

A dressing room is a must-have feature for wealthy buyers willing to splash out on their next luxury home.  They can be fully customised and in some instances, may even cost more than an average kitchen. They may have central islands of their own, vaulted ceilings and walls of shelves and wardrobes. They tend to sit … Read more

Police say NY man killed by exploding gender reveal device

A 28-year-old father-to-be has been killed in New York after a device he was building for his child’s gender revel party exploded over the weekend, police said Monday. Christopher Pekny was assembling the device, said to include a pipe, in the garage of his home in the Catskills town of Liberty when it blew up … Read more

Haunting images reveal dark history of a segregated mental asylum in Virginia

Creepy images reveal the dark history of a segregated, abandoned mental asylum where black patients were sterilized without consent – the first facility of its kind in America. Urban explorer and photographer Leland Kent of Abandoned Southeast took pictures of the sprawling grounds and central brick building of what was known as the ‘Central Lunatic … Read more

Haunting images reveal dark history of a segregated mental asylum in Virginia

Creepy images reveal the dark history of a segregated, abandoned mental asylum where black patients were sterilized without consent – the first facility of its kind in America. Urban explorer and photographer Leland Kent of Abandoned Southeast took pictures of the sprawling grounds and central brick building of what was known as the ‘Central Lunatic … Read more