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A German psychologist argues that kissing is more important than sex when it comes to relationships.
As a kid, Jansen Yeoh was overweight, bullied and depressed but today, he is helping the needy and empowering people through fitness and living healthy lifestyles.
From horror middle grade to stories on jungle herbs, here's a gift guide of Malaysian books.
The craftmanship of Swiss and French mechanical watchmaking won Unesco intangible heritage status, casting the spotlight on an art practised for centuries in the Jura mountain region straddling the two countries.
Advances in medical technology means that some diseases can be treated using human DNA.
Reeves also has a simple message for everyone during the pandemic: go easy on yourself and look out for others.
'Find something that you can do to take your mind off,' says the 12-year-old actor.
We can learn a lot about dealing with climate change-induced disruptions to the environment today from what happened to prehistoric animals, and limestone caves are time capsules of such remains. But will we lose these 'libraries' of past fauna before we can study them?
Daniel Roy's magic is all about science – sleight of hand and sleight of mind. Not only can the hand be quicker than the eye, but psychology can be used to trick the mind about what it sees and what it does not.
Winning the Nobel prize was "life-changing", but 51-year-old Emmanuelle Charpentier says she has many more ambitions to achieve.