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Prostate specific antigen (PSA) in the blood is commonly used to aid in the diagnosis of cancer. Should it be adopted as a routine screening test for the cancer?
Authorities have banned nude sunbathing and swimming in ‘China’s Hawaii’, citing both as ‘uncivilised’.
Public health experts in the UK say transmission risk of cat-to-human TB infection is low, but recommend putting down cats confirmed to have the disease.
A deadly malarial strain has made the leap from monkeys to humans, and Malaysia is at the forefront of the research.
There is a need to step up monitoring of our coastal waters for harmful algal blooms as they pose public safety concerns and economic risks.
Articles written about Edward Snowden's leak of NSA's classified documents and the plight of Myanmar's Rohingya community win Pulitzer's top prizes for journalism.
A 13-year-old girl's love and sympathy for stray dogs has inspired her to take up the crusade to save them from certain death.
A teenager stowed away on a five-hour flight from California to Hawaii in the wheel well of a passenger jet, and miraculously survived subzero temperatures and near-total oxygen deprivation.
Sam Clauw aims to set a new Guinness World Record for 'the longest marathon on a fairground/theme park attraction' to raise funds to save the Amur leopard from extinction.
These days, television is the on-screen catwalk that really matters.