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In one study, results showed that participants who had positive beliefs about ageing were 44% less likely to develop dementia over the next four years than were their counterparts with negative beliefs.
HE may have retired more than a year ago as general manager of the Port Klang Authority, but Datuk David Padman is as busy as ever.
Is a cruise holiday suitable for young travellers? A first time cruiser finds out. Here’s a guide for first time cruisers.
South Korean actor Gang Dong-won, star of movies like 'Maundy Thursday', 'Voice Of A Murderer' and 'The Priests', is set to make his Hollywood debut in Simon West’s 'Tsunami LA'.
Vitamin B12 deficiency is one of the most prevalent nutritional deficiencies, and new evidence has found that it affects far more people than previously thought.
Yee Sze Mun is 81 and training for his next Ironman triathlon. His goal: to prove that his mind and spirit are strong enough to carry his body over the finish line.
According to new research, feeling lonely could increase the risk of death in those who have suffered heart failure.
A game of pickleball is quick, requires less mobility than tennis, and is a cinch to pick up. So do not be surprised if it gets more than a little addictive.
Hakeem Howard, a senior at Quince Orchard High School in suburban Maryland, the United States, goes onstage on graduation day to deliver a crucial message about mental illness, and it touches a nerve with the audience.
WE all know this celebrity chef for being outspoken and gregarious. Datuk Redzuawan Ismail or Chef Wan as he is fondly known, is a livewire. He’s passionate not only about food but social issues and uses his social media platform – he has half a million followers on Instagram – to speak his mind and share his views.