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The Heart Exhibition held over the weekend at Mid-Valley Exhibition Centre saw over 50,000 visitors learning about heart disease.
It’s no secret that if your parents are tall, you are tall as well. But fully understanding the genetics of height has been a big order for scientists.
Running in the park can benefit help you lose weight and gain better mental strength, says study.
Women who live the healthiest lifestyles have a 54% lower risk of stroke, according to newly examined Swedish data.
Schizophrenia remains one of the most neglected and misunderstood illnesses in the world. It imposes a heavy toll on the individuals who experience it, their family members and caregivers.
The issue of care in Alzheimer’s disease should not focus solely on the patient as caregivers need support too.
People in low-paying jobs may be at higher risk of developing diabetes if they work long hours, suggests a new analysis.
Although occupational therapy is crucial in patients’ rehabilitation, not many know about this field of medicine.
Burying yourself in desert sand has the same effect as a sauna session, helping purge the body of poisonous toxins, say desert tribes.
Excessive sugar in the diet during childhood may have lasting effects, say experts.