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Despite having a rare blood disorder, ex-Dewan Negara president Tan Sri Chan Choong Tak says he's not bothered by it at all.
One reader remembers the day she learned she had an autoimmune disease that made her body's defences its own worst enemy.
Women may be the fairer sex, but not the weaker one. Still, there are plenty of issues to address over women's healthcare in Malaysia.
Naps during the day of at least a half hour help infants retain new behaviours learnt earlier, according to researchers.
Photography provides seniors with a creative outlet and a platform for bonding.
Shutterbugs share tales of their travels.
When Australia's aboriginal youths started going astray, their elders turned to the ancient spirits to lead them back to good.
A happiness expert shares her tips on how to prioritise good habits and avoid being overwhelmed.
Stretch the ringgit with these tricks.
There's no such thing as spoiling your child with words, and several projects in the US are teaching parents how to speak to their babies.
John Rufenacht, Jill Tran and Jaclyn Joslin talk about styles and objects for the home décor that are here for the year.
A stay-at-home mother wants to be a working mum instead.
Director/theatre arts teacher Scott Pankey led his students at A. Maceo Smith New Tech High School in Dallas, Texas, in an epic dance to Mark Ronson's "Uptown Funk". This video wouldn't have been possible without the hard work and dedication of Pankey and his classes, with the help of camera crew Bryan Urraca, Albert Robledo and Johan Cruz, edited and produced by Jonathan Vega.
Dear Thelma: 'I don’t find child-rearing exciting or challenging'
Heart & Soul: The day that lupus turned my body against me
Babies' memory develops while napping, says study
Dear Thelma: Blinded by love, I let my 44 year-old lover abuse me
A big hug for autistic kids
Thirty Million Words Project shows mums, dads the power of parent-baby talk
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