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BUTTERWORTH: The message is clear to all developed countries: Malaysia is not a place to recycle your plastic trash for you.
KUALA LUMPUR: The idea of locating the “epicentre” of dengue infection seems easy but in practice, it is not, says deputy Health director-general (Public Health) Datuk Dr Chong Chee Kheong.
The columnist looks at nutritional requirements when embarking on a plant-based diet.
Vaccines are an invaluable tool in the prevention of infectious diseases that can be disabling and deadly, but they are expensive to develop.
What seems to start as a regular viral infection can develop into potentially fatal pneumoccocal disease in children who are not vaccinated against it.
CORNWALL UK (ANN): A firefighter nearly lost his life after getting a piece of popcorn stuck in between his teeth.
TWO years at the most and nearly all Penang hawker food stalls will be cashless, predicts Penang Island and Seberang Prai Hawkers Associations Federation secretary Seaw Hean Teik.
Columnist Chris Chan looks at what gladiators used to eat and how well people are able to adapt to a plant-based diet.
PETALING JAYA: If you find yourself with persistent eye and nose irritation, fatigue, cough or dizziness while in the office which disappear after you leave your workplace, then you might be suffering from Sick Building Syndrome (SBS).
For decades, the DNA of living organisms we use for food has been modified, but the invention of Crispr made gene editing more widely accessible to help cure genetic disorders, among others.