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The aftermath of prostate cancer

Prostate cancer is poorly understood and can be unpredictable.

Behind The Cage

Ban on trawling needed to save our seafood

FISHING in Malaysia is no longer a lucrative profession due to the dwindling number of marine life in our ocean. There are too many fishermen, and too few fish. You do the math, there is simple not as many fish to be caught.

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Sex after a heart attack

The near-death experience of a heart attack can affect one's sex life.

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Sex after giving birth

Mother Teresa once said: “Love begins by taking care of the closest ones- the ones at home.” I absolutely agree with this philosophy.

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Venturing into the unknown

The co-founder of the London School of Economics, George Bernard Shaw, once said: “Life isn’t about finding yourself. Life is about creating yourself.”

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‘Broken’ manhood

Penile fracture requires immediate surgical repair.

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The art of giving

Most cases of kidney damage are completely irreversible and dialysis may be the only mode of treatment.

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Red alert

The presence of fresh blood in the urine should raise the red alert immediately!

The Gaffer

World Cup 2014 preview: Another South American side to falter?

THREE games left in the 2014 World Cup. And it has been a mesmerising three weeks since the first kick-off on June 8. You cannot get a more blockbuster cast in the semi-finals than this one with Brazil, Germany, Argentina and The Netherlands.

The Gaffer

World Cup 2014: State of the nations (Part 4)

With the World Cup 2014 days away, we look at the teams and their groups and how they will fare in the coming weeks. Here we look at Group G and H.