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Montenegrins protest against Albanian dam on shared river

TUZI, Montenegro (Reuters) - Dozens of environmental activists cycled from Montenegro's capital to the Albanian border on Saturday to protest over the neighbouring nation's construction of a dam on the Cijevna river that flows through both countries.

Avenue to the world’s best universities

FOR Cambridge A-Levels (CAL) student Vythilingam Siva Shanmugam, his time at Taylor’s College allowed him to get the grounding he needed to get into his dream university – University of Cambridge.

Full moon increases women’s sexual desire

THE lunar cycle seems to affect women of all shapes and sizes. As such, the Mid-Autumn Festival is a great time for love as the fairer sex shows heightened sexual desire during a full moon, China Press reported.

Portraits of a dynasty - North Korea's ever-present Kims

PYONGYANG (Reuters) - One of the first things any traveller to North Korea notices is a huge portrait of Kim Il Sung, pictured in front of an aeroplane and workers alongside the road as you drive out of Pyongyang International Airport. It's an image that soon becomes very familiar.

Fuel for race cars in cheap liquor

BUTTERWORTH: Premium scotch whiskey does not have the “minutest” methanol in it but this is found in cheap liquor, says P. David Marshel.

Chinese doctors pull 10cm live worm from grilled food lover’s brain

The 26-year-old Chinese man’s epileptic fits were caused by the tapeworm, which was probably ingested in an undercooked meal

Doctors pull 10cm live worm from grilled food lover’s brain

Epilepsy was caused by 10cm tapeworm which was probably ingested in undercooked meal

Exercise medicine fast gaining traction

KUALA LUMPUR: Exercise medicine, which is increasingly gaining acceptance in Malaysia, has the potential to reduce the risk of contracting non-communicable diseases (NCDs), according to medical specialists.

Exercise medicine gaining 'traction' in Malaysia, says medical specialists

KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): Exercise medicine, which is increasingly gaining acceptance in Malaysia, has the potential of reducing the risk of getting Non-Communicable Diseases (NCDs), according to specialists from the medical fraternity.

CAP: Regulate light pollution to avoid health hazards

GEORGE TOWN: When the sun goes down, the human body begins to wind down and gets ready to rest. But this circadian rhythm gets upset when artificial light abound, according to the Consumer Association of Penang (CAP).