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A local study showed that influenza is a significant contributor to hospitalisation in our country.
When Amri Rahim was diagnosed with diabetes two years ago, it was just the wake-up call he needed to change his sedentary lifestyle and stop his excessive eating.
What seems to start as a regular viral infection can develop into potentially fatal pneumoccocal disease in children who are not vaccinated against it.
A study in Denmark finds that children of mothers who have diabetes during pregnancy, have an increased risk of developing heart disease at a young age.
It takes less than a fortnight for changes to a man’s diet to affect his sperm quality, according to new research.
Despite hitting the century mark, the father of preventive medicine is still going strong and doing research – living proof that he was right all along.
If you lead a healthy lifestyle, there is no reason why you cannot indulge in a daily cup of coffee, or two.
It’s been quite a year for comic book fans, with mega movie events, superheroes popping up everywhere, and some sad news regarding some legends and icons in the industry.
New research finds that by 2030, nearly half of American adults – 49.2% to be exact – will be obese.
Sleep problems plague both men and women, but for the latter, it may be more acute for specific reasons.