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Why coffee may be good for your eyes

Clue: It has something to do with the antioxidants found in coffee.


Children exposed to toxic pesticides

A study shows that several children from agricultural areas in France have been exposed to harmful chemicals.


Making a positve change by seeing your true colour

By using colour therapy, a trainer aims at inspiring positive changes in people’s lives.


A road well travelled: My Cholesterol Journey In Malaysia review

A journey spanning 40 years of exciting cholesterol research is revealed in a prominent cardiologist’s latest publication.


Radiation therapy: A child fights for his life in isolation

Sammy Nahorny has to be isolated during treatment because of high-dose radiation therapy.


Want to lose weight?

Of non-invasive weight and fat loss methods.


Keeping patients safe: Guidelines for healthcare institutions

We assume that healthcare institutions have their patients’ best interests at heart; here are some of the guidelines and laws that back that assumption up.


An itch during vacation: Keeping eczema at bay

You may not totally stop eczema flare-ups from occurring during vacations, but you can certainly reduce their frequency.


Not Impossible, the group that tackles physical limitations

With ingenuity and a 3D printer, Not Impossible has changed the life of a Sudanese boy whose arms were blown off during an airstrike.


Walking can help creative thinking, not just fitness

Study shows a walk around the park can boost mental fitness.