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Bad things can happen if you stifle a sneeze, like a man in Britain who had to get treatment at the ER after trying to hold back a forceful sneeze.
The Health Ministry is moving the emphasis back to primary healthcare in order to tackle the increasingly worrying problem of non-communicable diseases.
You can gain strength, courage and confidence with every experience in this journey as you face your fear. You must do the very thing which you think you cannot do. Remember, your illness does not define you; your strength and courage does.
China says more than 18,000 officials failed or performed badly in protecting the environment.
Emergency physician Dr Azlan Kamalludin shares his story on coping and caring for three loved ones who were diagnosed with cancer within the space of 10 months.
The inaugural WAFX Prize at the World Architecture Festival 2017 awards designs that bank on sustainability.
The Cheonggye stream restoration project in Seoul holds lessons for Malaysia as we embark on our own River of Life project.
River of Life is a laudable project, but one of it's biggest challenges is changing the behaviour of Malaysians who treat rivers like dumping grounds.
Smaller cuts, less cost and faster recovery are among the advantages of a minimally-invasive coronary artery bypass.