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Simple tips to maintain good oral hygiene

WE ALL get bad breath once in a while, particularly after eating strong smelling food or first thing when we wake up in the morning. Usually, brushing your teeth or giving your mouth a good rinse with mouthwash can easily remedy the unpleasant reek.

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Make sure you work that body

WE ALL like to play badmint on like world number one shuttler Datuk Lee Chong Wei, or swim like Singapore’s 2016 Olympic hopeful, Joseph Schooling. But even world-class athletes have to start somewhere, so here is how and why all of us should get moving.

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Refreshing drink for boost to the stamina

PARTICIPANTS of The Star Health Fun Run will get to

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A boost for working athletes

THOSE who register for the Star Health Expo 2019 will be receiving Himalaya Salt Sports Candy.

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Online shopping fun for runners

The e-commerce platform Shopee hascontributed RM70,000 worth of Shopee cash vouchers for the upcoming Star Health Fun Run.

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Fitness centre sponsoring 10 six-month gym passes for lucky runners

Always warm up before using any gym equipment to prevent injury, and never move too fast when pumping iron.

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Boost for Star Health Fun Run

PENANG Adventist Hospital has come onboard Star Health Fun Run as the silver sponsor.

Business

Foreign insurers get more time to lower shareholdings

KUALA LUMPUR: All foreign insurers operating in Malaysia have about two more months to submit their plans on paring down their shareholdings in their local units.

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Glad to support wellness event

ISLAND Hospital has come forward with a RM30,000 sponsorship for Star Health Fun Run.

Nation

Medical coverage for the B40 group

PUTRAJAYA: The government will use the RM2bil contribution from an insurance company for the mySalam scheme to pay for the social protection insurance premium for eligible individuals at RM112 per person per year, said Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng.