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Migrants tend to be healthier, live longer - study

(Reuters) - Migrants tend to be healthier than the residents of wealthy countries they travel to, such as the United States, and often help fight diseases by becoming healthcare workers in those nations, according to a study published on Wednesday.

Sex and prostate cancer prevention

It is widely recognised that a sedentary lifestyle, consumption of animal fat and dairy products are associated with prostate cancer.

Cancer survivors share their inspirational stories at event

IT was a morning of charity, pageantry and good company as the guests converged at Eastern and Oriental (E&O) Hotel for the 10th Luscious Ladies Day in Shades of Pink to raise awareness on breast cancer.

Going vegetarian? Here's how to eat well

Some tips and advice to help those thinking of adopting a vegetarian diet to eat a balanced diet with plenty of nutrients, as not all vegetarians eat healthily.

See the world through different lenses at the Singapore International Photography Festival

See the world through different lenses at the sixth Singapore International Photography Festival.

Top 10 cancer myths

When you are diagnosed with a terminal disease, it’s not unusual to grasp at any straw that offers a chance of survival, but please don’t believe these myths.

How well do you really know your breasts?

Contrary to popular perception, breasts aren’t just big or small, but come in seven common types. Learn about them and how to care for your breasts.

Colorectal cancer is a serious threat to the nation

Reducing mortality rates from colorectal cancer

Big Smile, No Teeth: Infotainment is not documentary, insists pro-truth Jason Godfrey

You need to do your own research now that we have infotainment disguised as documentaries, says Big Smile, No Teeth columnist Jason Godfrey.

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