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Oesophageal and stomach cancer could be linked to gum disease and tooth loss.
An aneurysm, which is an abnormal bulge in an artery, can be fatal if not treated urgently.
Eight in 10 Malaysians would rather suffer through any pain they might experience than seek medical help.
When the virus erupted in March and paralysed the economy, nearly 90% of layoffs were considered temporary, and a quick rebound seemed possible. That's no longer the case, analysts believe. No longer.
Dental erosion – the irreversible loss of tooth structure caused by acids of non-bacterial origin – is a growing problem.
Exercise-induced headaches are not uncommon and can be caused by factors ranging from lack of warm-up to dehydration.
The chances for a 40-something woman to conceive through in vitro fertilisation (IVF) is slim. But you won't know until undergo a fertility assessment with your medical specialist.
Researchers say that rats can be taught to drive forward as well as steer in more complex navigational patterns.
Why are planes flying later and later these days while the technology to ensure fast turnarounds, quicker embarkation and de-planing and baggage handling, has grown exponentially?
There are plenty of 'sweet' myths floating out there so let's set things right about diabetes.