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NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India's government faces a tough re-election battle next year but first it must deal with an opponent as wily as any political rival, troops of monkeys that have become a big threat around its offices in New Delhi.
One common piece of advice when a person falls ill is to take lots of vitamin C, but is this advice really justified by scientific evidence?
HONG KONG: Beijing has ordered an investigation into claims by a Chinese scientist to have created the world’s first genetically-edited babies, a move that would be a ground-breaking medical first but which has generated a barrage of criticism.
SHANGHAI (Reuters) - More than 100 scientists, most of them in China, have condemned as "crazy" and unethical altering human genes after a geneticist claimed he had changed the genes of twin girls to create the first gene-edited babies.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Democratic takeover of the U.S. House of Representatives will likely put the leadership of many congressional committees into the hands of some of Republican President Donald Trump's most prominent adversaries on Capitol Hill.
JOHOR BARU: It was a proud moment for 107 graduates of Newcastle University Medicine Malaysia (NUMed) as they received their scrolls at the university’s 5th graduation ceremony.
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KUALA LUMPUR: UCrest Bhd, the healthcare cloud system provider, posted a 63% jump in net profit to RM4.94mil in the first quarter ended Aug 31.
Q & A with Datuk Mashal Ahmad, Fatahiah Md Saad, Prof Ismail Bahari and Dr Kam Leung.
Neogence introduces its Y-Series anti-wrinkle skincare range to help women from the age of 25 keep ageing at bay – and ditch cosmetic procedures.