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AN experimental drug made from snail venom has shown early signs of promise in numbing pain, raising hopes in the hunt for new, non-addictive medications, say researchers.
Critical illness insurance policies are usually limited to one claim per disease, however, a newly-introduced plan allows its holders to claim twice for certain conditions.
MPH's recent book awards, based on its own bestseller list, finds international authors winning over local writers. Can we ever tip the balance?
Why oral healthcare should be taken more seriously.
Physical activity can help you maintain a healthy weight.
Their risk of heart disease and diabetes is lower.
Researchers are developing blood tests designed to help doctors detect Alzheimer’s disease, dementia and mild cognitive impairment such as Parkinson’s disease.
Plants contain phytonutrients that supply us with a multitude of nutrients essential for optimal health.