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Wellness

Does vitamin C really help fight off infections?

One common piece of advice when a person falls ill is to take lots of vitamin C, but is this advice really justified by scientific evidence?

Style

Neogence anti-ageing skincare: It's like a facelift in a bottle

Neogence introduces its Y-Series anti-wrinkle skincare range to help women from the age of 25 keep ageing at bay – and ditch cosmetic procedures.

Malaysia

Only 4 out of 30 bike helmets have passed a new cycling accident test

Virginia Tech researchers have found that urban-style bike helmets have significant variations in how they protect cyclists against concussions. It's all because of MIPS technology.

Animals

The Malaysian scientist who uses bugs to solve deaths & crimes

Forensic entomologists play a vital, if often overlooked role in today’s society. That's where people like Dr Heo Chong Chin come in.

Children

Zika kills childhood cancer?

Scientists report neuroblastoma cells that were exposed to the Zika virus in the laboratory died 10 days after being infected, making the virus a potential treatment for the cancer.

Lifestyle

Lions Clubs International roars with their first woman president

Gudrun Bjort Yngvadottir is the first woman to lead the humanitarian and volunteer service group internationally, and she’s got big plans for the Lions Clubs members.

Nutrition

The palm oil miracle

Palm oil has been found to have many benefits for human health.

Wellness

You can die from this

The flu sickens and kills many in a good year, and this is already a bad one. It's time to step up the search for a universal flu vaccine.

Wellness

Discovering new drugs relies on an incredibly inefficient process

The discovery and development of new drugs is an extremely expensive endeavour with a very high failure rate.

Wellness

This consortium is giving away their science to accelerate drug discovery

A public-private partnership based in Oxford aims to crowdsource drug development by providing their work for free to any researcher who wants it.