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Study: Omega-3 fats or fish oil pills might not save you from diabetes

A systematic review finds that taking fish oil supplements, which contain omega-3 fats, does not help to prevent diabetes nor treat it.

Women's World: Not in the mood for sex? It's OK, you're not alone

Haven't been interested in sex for awhile? A low libido in women can be caused by many things, both biological and psychological.

Study: Nutritional supplements may help mental health conditions

A review of numerous studies looking at the effect of supplements on mental illness has found that some supplements do help , when used in conjunction with conventional treatments.

Getting fatter with all that exercise? Here's what you're doing wrong

It’s not unusual to actually gain weight once you start exercising, however, fear not, what you are gaining is muscle, not fat.

Malaysia's first caviar brand, T'lur Caviar, is 100% local luxury

A farm in Tanjung Malim, Perak, has been able to successfully breed sturgeon fish and harvest its luxurious byproduct, caviar, in Malaysia.

Spinal muscular atrophy: Genetic disorder can result in early death

This inheritable condition causes a person’s muscles to grow increasingly weaker right from the womb, and can result in early death.

Personalised nutrition: Catering to your body's very specific needs

Hot on the heels of personalised medicine is personalised nutrition, where the nutrients you eat are tailored to your health goals.

Keeping an eye on your eye health

There are many conditions that can threaten our sight and eye health, so it pays to be vigilant about the condition of our eyes.

Tips for staying healthy while travelling

Your body has to bear a lot of stress as you move from place to place and follow a packed itinerary. Here’s how to strengthen your immunity, stay healthy and avoid falling sick when travelling.

Breast cancer & urinary incontinence: Separating truths from myths

There are numerous misconceptions that stop Malaysian women from seeking treatment for breast cancer even if they find themselves having the symptoms. And as for urinary incontinence, the notion that this is a normal part of ageing is untrue.