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Many Malaysians are happy to gorge themselves on durian whenever they have the opportunity, but that may not be exactly very healthy.
Migraines are more than just headaches, they are chronic neurological conditions where the brain seems to be oversensitive to stimuli, resulting in pain.
In high-income countries, cancer is now the number one killer and it may soon overtake heart disease, the current No.1, as the top killer worldwide.
It’s not unusual to actually gain weight once you start exercising, however, fear not, what you are gaining is muscle, not fat.
Haven't been interested in sex for awhile? A low libido in women can be caused by many things, both biological and psychological.
A systematic review finds that taking fish oil supplements, which contain omega-3 fats, does not help to prevent diabetes nor treat it.
If high blood pressure or hypertension is left untreated, it could cause not only heart problems, but also a higher rate of brain deterioration.
According to Dr Sivarani Sathasivam, consultant cardiologist and physician at ParkCity Medical Centre, heart attacks are becoming more common among young Malaysians.
A study finds that replacing chips, crisps and processed meats with a serving of nuts every day is linked to less weight gain and lower obesity risk.
Certain supplements are essential for the development of the foetus during pregnancy, while some should be avoided to prevent complications.