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Migrating birds winter in Israel as climate change makes desert too dangerous

AGAMON HULA, Israel (Reuters) - Climate change is turning Israel into a permanent wintering ground for some of the 500 million migrating birds that used to stop over briefly before flying on to the warm plains of Africa, Israeli experts say.


Free health checks draw the crowds

GEORGE TOWN: The dozens of free health checks proved to be a big draw at Star FitForLife Penang 2017.


Mahdzir: Need for strong value system

MALAYSIANS must strive to be a civilised nation. To achieve the goal, values like integrity must be ingrained in every individual, said Education Minister Datuk Seri Mahdzir Khalid.


Rock-climbing to test your fitness

GEORGE TOWN: The only way to know what you are made of is to test yourself.


Visitors throng Star FitForLife Penang

GEORGE TOWN: From Friday to Sunday, 500 goodies bags are being laid out each day for registered visitors to Star FitForLife Penang 2017.


Tips on healthy living and fun under one roof

GEORGE TOWN: From cholesterol-busting solutions to cardio workouts on ice to a chance to try out a rock-climbing wall to a step-by-step guide on using a ride-hailing app, the Star FitForLife Penang 2017 promises to be an enlightening experience.


Learn new ways of staying healthy

PETALING JAYA: The public will get a chance to learn and try out new ways of staying fit and healthy at the Star FitForLife 2017 Penang health fair.


Malaysian companies rake in more than RM400mil in sales at China-Asean Expo

NANNING: Malaysian companies raked in more than RM400mil in sales at the four-day China-Asean Expo (CAExpo) here.


Cosway's new store targets younger crowd

KUALA LUMPUR: Homegrown network marketing company Cosway hopes to attract younger consumers with the launch of its first Experience Centre in Berjaya Times Square here.


Insurers urged to give incentives to prediabetics

KUALA LUMPUR: Insurance companies should encourage prediabetic clients to reverse the condition by offering incentives instead of loading them with high premiums, said National Diabetes Institute (Nadi) board of director Prof Datuk Dr Anuar Zaini Md Zain.