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More than 300 ultramarathon runners completed a gruelling race along the 100-mile path of the old Berlin Wall, a quarter-century after it fell in the heady days that brought down communism.
Offering free technical advice and training, KL-based social enterprise Wild Asia sets about to promote the growth and use of sustainable oil palm in Sabah’s Kg Toniting.
Breastfeeding should be rewarding for mother and child, but there are problems that can dampen the experience.
Exposure to natural light will improve the quality of life.
A team of Australian medical students has developed an award-winning app that’s capable of screening for anaemia.
Is the call for the separation of prescribing and dispensing roles in healthcare a positive step for patients?
In medical terms, it’s called hyperhidrosis. In practical terms, it leads to unsightly sweat stains and the inevitable funky smell.
Patient safety involves not only the healthcare delivery system, but also patients and their families.
Ebola’s reach is felt in New York’s Little Liberia community.