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Those who refuse to get themselves or their children vaccinated are putting others at risk too.
The Taroko Express train crash that happened on April 2 killed 51 people, including many children, and injured 179.
Gatka enthusiast Gurkiran Kaur is determined to give the dying Sikh martial art a fighting chance.
There are two clauses in contracts between private hospitals and doctors that the latter should take special note of.
With highly infectious variants of Covid-19 appearing in the country that affects vaccine effectiveness, we have to remain vigilant still.
The two of you can always agree to disagree. But on some issues, a difference of opinions can put serious strain on a relationship. The pandemic can only make matters worse. But relationship psychologists say these kinds of debates don't have to be harmful.
Style icon and entrepreneur Datin Vivy Yusof has much to reflect on this Ramadan
Handed down through the generations, the practice of domesticating pigeons stretches across borders from the banks of the Nile across north Africa and beyond.
This inflammatory condition involving the gut is thought to be caused by the sufferer's own immune system.
For as long as he can remember, Dr Hielmi Syaiful-Nizam Shamsuddin has spent Ramadan with his family in KL, even if just for a week. But the pandemic and his role in helping to fight the virus, may mean a second year away from family this holy month.