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The newly appointed president of the Malaysian Medical Association is keen to see the organisation maintain its principal aim of not compromising when it comes to the care of patients and the way doctors work.
Becoming a bike commuter isn’t as simple as just jumping on the seat. Prepare your daily ride with this checklist.
Technology that is geared towards the very young presents promise and pitfalls.
The professor who won a Nobel prize for her part in the discovery of HIV says it is now her duty to get researchers working together to treat and prevent the disease.
Marry young, divorce early, join the overseas maid trade: Is this the only way out for Ethiopian girls?
Many children live in orphanages because their parents cannot look after them, and there are efforts to deinstitutionalise them.
Promoting lifestyle strategies to help keep elderly cancer survivors able and functional.
The issue of physical intimacy in the elderly is very often neglected in mainstream medicine.
Rajinder Singh explores the mystery of transitional spaces in black and white.
Most people infected by the Japanese encephalitis virus do not develop any symptoms. However, approximately one in 200 infections result in severe brain inflammation.