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CHICAGO (Reuters) - The fatty acids found in some fish may help combat heart disease but there is no strong evidence they prevent cancer as some research has suggested, a study said on Tuesday.
After 20 years of service, pagers have been retired at Tan Tock Seng Hospital (TTSH), after a study found that mobile phones had no adverse effect on medical equipment.
With only 600 physiotherapists in the country and people becoming more health-conscious, there is a growing demand for those who specialise in this area.
From DUANE RUDEEN
THE new Kedah Mentri Besar Datuk Mahdzir Khalid is splitting the Kedah Maju plan into two phases.
Hundreds of Malaysians with family members staying in 'Designated Areas' in Australia are rushing to apply for permanent resident (PR) visas before the authorities impose restrictions.
LONDON (Reuters) - Older antiviral drugs amantadine and rimantidine should not be used to treat seasonal or pandemic influenza because they are not very effective and have serious side-effects, scientists said on Thursday.
Fifteen teams have entered the semi-finals of the Philips Young Inventors' Challenge 2005.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Over-the-counter cough medicines do little good and may harm children, U.S. experts said in new guidelines released on Monday.
LONDON (Reuters) - Many obese people are in denial about their size and do not want to lose weight even if it would improve their health, according to a British poll on Monday.