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People who boosted their coffee intake by 'moderate to large' doses in a US-based study had a lower risk for adult-onset diabetes than those with stable consumption.
Traditional Teo Chew dish provided sustenance for Chinese migrants in the past.
Experts have long thought of midlife as a time of stability and emotional contentment, but baby boomers are proving to be an unfortunate exception.
Located at the extremities, the feet hold many secrets to the condition of our health. Are we paying attention to them?
Clue: It has something to do with the antioxidants found in coffee.
Amputee Jenny Pong is one amazing woman. Life has dealt her some harsh blows but she remains undaunted.
We can age more successfully if we develop a healthy lifestyle when we’re young – one that includes exercise, a healthy diet, sufficient sleep and watching our weight.
ADIWAYU Ansar Zainuddin has been overweight all her life. She was bullied as a child, and wallowed in depression in college because of her weight issues.
In conjunction with World Hypertension Day yesterday, we take a look at the role of nitric oxide (NO) in modern hypertension treatment.