Emily Saville lost her mobility and is continuing to suffer from the effects of Long Covid three months on, having been initially told by medical staff to “ride out” her symptoms.
She still needs a wheelchair or a walker to get around, but the schoolgirl decided she wants to give something back.
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Boris Warns EU: We'll Act If You Don't Change
PM threatens to tear apart Brexit deal unless Brussels accepts 'sensible' reform
Children Less Active Than Before Covid
Children are getting eight minutes less exercise in the wake of Covid, experts have suggested.
Fast-Food Addiction Fuels Nation's Obesity Disaster
MILLIONS of children are "sleepwalking” towards a lifetime of disease because of a junk-food obsession, experts warn.
Life Returns To Village Putin Thugs Plundered
Heartbroken residents of liberated Bohdanivka returned to find their village has been devastated by war.
Sunak Urged To Cut Tax As One In Five Faces A Hike
Rishi Sunak is facing renewed pressure to cut taxes as research reveals one in five workers will be in higher or top-rate tax bands by the next general election in 2024.
Greate pay tribute to tragic Symonds
AUSSIES' FORMER ALL-ROUNDER DIES IN CAR ACCIDENT
Truss: Global Nato key to reinforcing alliance
LIZ Truss has called for Nato to expand around the globe to counter the threat from the likes of Russia and China.
Gove pledges more aid for first-time buyers
MINISTERS are planning an overhaul of banking rules to help adults still living in their parents' homes gain a foothold on the property ladder.
And they're off... horse show kickstarts Jubilee celebrations
THE Queen kickstarted her Platinum Jubilee festivities last night at a star-studded show in the grounds of Windsor Castle to mark her unprecedented 70-year reign.
Kwarteng dismisses fears on recession
KWASI Kwarteng has rejected fears Britain will plunge into recession.
Why Was I So Tired and Thirsty All the Time?
Life can be exhausting-but a dangerous underlying condition makes it so much worse.
INSTAGRAM ADDS FUNDRAISING TO REELS TO HELP NONPROFITS
Meta Platforms Inc., the social media giant formerly known as Facebook, plans to celebrate Earth Day by expanding its offering of fundraising tools and making them more easily available to 1.5 million nonprofits on its Facebook and Instagram platforms, including those involved in fighting climate change.
HOW TO BE AN OPTIMIST IN DYSTOPIA
Emily St. John Mandel and Jia Tolentino see hope in the weirdness of our pandemnic moment.
How Low Can You Go?
Ready or not, hipbonie-baring everything is back. But this time, it's actually sexy.
Renewed and improved
A welcoming kitchen was at the top of the wish list for the owners of this 1920s Colonial Revival. The resulting renovation delivered everything they hoped for, while respecting the house’s heritage
LOVE & LOGINS: WHO GETS CUSTODY OF PASSWORDS IN A BREAKUP?
Emily Taffel didn’t pull the password plug when she divorced her first husband, and she didn’t cut off the boyfriend who followed. Now remarried with four stepchildren, she continues as a model of civility when it comes to exes and logins.
Linsey Godfrey Opens Up About Leaving DAYS — And Getting The Call To Return.
GLORIA SEX ABUSER'S THREAT TO KILL MOM
Gloria says she pulled out her hair from the anxiety
EMILY RATAJKOWSKI: WHY I STAYED QUIET
Emily has also written about a creepy encounter with photographer Jonathan Leder.
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