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If you thought personality tests were just for people, think again. Our columnist takes a look at canine personality research.
Finding is from two major surveys by Gallup that cover three million people worldwide.
People who had caffeine after looking at images apparently better at distinguishing them from similar ones the next day.
The cast and crew of local Chinese horror flick 'The Transcend' share creepy tales of the things that are best left unseen.
An artist is giving special needs children the freedom and avenue to express themselves through art.
Study shows that the practice may have moderate benefits to one’s health.
Learn to identify the symptoms of these painful stomach sores in children.
Doctors explain why James Bond prefers his martinis ‘shaken, not stirred’.
This is the final article in the series on prediabetes. In effect, the condition offers you the opportunity to improve your health.