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Making the world a better place with artificial Intelligence

All around the world and everywhere around us, artificial intelligence is making the world a better, more efficient place.

Not all in the family - Arizona lawmaker's siblings back opponent

(Reuters) - If there is a gathering of Arizona Congressman Paul Gosar's family this holiday season, there should be plenty to talk about after six of the Republican's nine siblings endorsed his Democratic opponent.

Shortcoming of the little blue pill

The blue pill, or less well known as sildenafil, is a medication discovered more than twenty years ago for the treatment of erectile dysfunction (ED).

Trump administration moves to restrict immigrants who use public benefits

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Trump administration on Saturday said it would propose making it harder for foreigners to come to the United States or remain there if they have received or are likely to receive public benefits such as food aid, public housing or Medicaid.

New forest trail goes a long, green way

KUALA LUMPUR: The opening of a forest trail at Taman Tugu for hikers is not just for health enthusiasts but it conveys a message – green space preservation.

xxxxxxxxxx: Visitors checking out the new Taman Tugu forest trail early in the morning.

Methanol poisoning spreads to Negri Sembilan

PETALING JAYA: Negri Sembilan has emerged as the fourth place – after Selangor, Kuala Lumpur and Perak – to be affected by methanol poisoning, says the Health Ministry.

News a big shock to Chong Wei’s ‘makan’ buddies

Petaling jaya: Badminton hero Datuk Lee Chong Wei loves his food. He is, after all, a true-blue Penangite.

Let the rhythm move you

It’s time to step up efforts to introduce dance education as a subject in the national school curriculum.

Dr Zimmerly conducting a lecture-demonstration on Mapping Movement. — Nusantara Performing Arts Research Center

Alcohol responsible for one in 20 deaths worldwide: WHO

ALCOHOL kills three million people worldwide each year – more than AIDS, violence and road accidents combined, the World Health Organization said Friday, adding that men are particularly at risk.

Health risk: Globally, an estimated 237 million men and 46 million women suffer from alcohol use disorders according to WHO. — Reuters

Leading by example to fight child marriage

AS a 15-year-old, she convinced her parents not to marry her off so she could fulfill a childhood dream of becoming a doctor and treating the poor. Now, two years later, Priyanka Bauri strives to make other girls and their parents conscious of the perils of child marriage.

Political will: With various government initiatives, India has recorded a decline in child marriages, according to Unicef. A child bride waiting for her mass marriage ceremony to start in a village near Kolkata in 2009. – Reuters

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