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Three army Rover speedboats anchored off this Sabah east coast town were destroyed in a 1.30am fire yesterday.
A recent study suggests that asthma attacks can be prevented effectively with a single inhaler that gives patients more control over their medication dosage. PHILIP GOLINGAI finds out more.
SINGAPORE: One general practitioner (GP) bought US$10,000 (RM38,000) worth of medicine for his clinic and the drug company was so grateful it gave him a new refrigerator.
IN Sabah, everyone drives a 4X4 vehicle. At least, that seems to be the perception among other Malaysians. A first-time visitor stepping out of the Kota Kinabalu International Airport may well think that this is one rough country, given the number and variety of tough-looking vehicles in the parking lot notes PAUL SI.
Many general practitioners may not be equipped to diagnose anxiety disorders even though they are the front-line doctors that most patients will consult first, reports ALLAN KOAY.
Two men show that cross-border co-operation and goodwill go a long way in making a free Global Positioning System (GPS) map of Malaysia and Singapore, reports MICHAEL CHEANG.
Who says the great outdoors has to be all rough-and-tumble? 4x4 virgin LEE SIEW PENG has it gentle the first time.
About 50% of Type 2 diabetics worldwide who have minute amounts of protein in their urine risk developing kidney failure within five to 10 years, a recent global campaign has shown.
When you discover an unspoiltdestination,do you tell the worldor keep mum? LEONG SIOK HUIreluctantly shares her mountainbiking trip in the Kelabit Highlandsof Sarawak.
Spain's Daniel Pedrosa took a big step towards securing his first world title when he coasted to provisional pole position in the 125cc category after the first qualifying practice in the Malaysian Motorcycle GP at the Sepang F1 track Friday.