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Masbudi Abdul Malek, one of the many tour guides here who take groups of tourists to watch the nightly “performances” at the riverine mangrove swamp, may not be as famous as the luminescent insects but he is, in his own way, playing a vital role in helping to safeguard their habitat.
Smell is a crucial component of our memories and everyday life, so what happens when it's gone?
A study finds that a patient's level of blood sugar is not an indicator of their heart disease risk.
Local author Hanna Alkaf wins Freeman Book Awards for her debut novel 'The Weight Of Our Sky'.
The desire to smoke for both current and former smokers can be triggered by this particular emotion.
A history of falls in postmenopausal women is a good indication of the risk of breaking their bones in the future.
This particular activity has been found to be associated with pushing the onset of menopause in women to a later age.
While losing weight overall has been known to improve sleep apnoea, research pinpoints the exact organ that produces this effect.
She has married a man who doesn’t respect her, who cheats on her and who appears to be planning to dump her in a few years’ time. And now there’s a baby in the mix.
A professor delves into the issue of Alzheimer’s disease among Asian immigrants in the United States, while caring for her Vietnamese immigrant mother who has the condition.