christmas

A lightbox with message 'bye bye 2020' alongside two surgical masks

Christmas may not be cancelled, but it will certainly be different to any before, say leading COVID-19 experts.

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A psychologist weighs in on why our brain tells us to overeat during the holidays – and how we can manage those signals.

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Season’s greetings from the UNSW Newsroom. The University is closed for the Christmas/New Year break and will reopen on Tuesday, 2 January.

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The staff at the award-winning UNSW Bookshop share their recommended reading lists for Christmas 2017.

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While it’s nice to imagine tents, water tanks and food parcels being rushed to a far flung village beset by misfortune this Christmas, it could be of dubious value, argues David Sanderson.

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Work parties, Christmas feasts and New Year’s Eve binges. Nutrition expert Rebecca Reynolds offers five tips to avoid a belly like Santa’s this festive season.