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The utilisation and analysis of healthcare data, especially from wearable devices and smartphones, has the potential to revolutionise the healthcare industry.
In conjunction with Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we look at four celebrities who went public about their breast cancer battle and inspired many.
When severe obesity can’t be treated through diet and exercise, you may want to consider bariatric surgery. There are several weight loss surgeries that can make your stomach smaller.
Life, as in football, could benefit from a bit of instant replay. In the matter of the fine margin between right and wrong, the goal is discretion and fair play.
Breast cancer is the biggest killer among women in Malaysia and around the world. Early detection is key and so is a strong support network. Adeline Joseph was diagnosed with breast cancer 20 years ago and today, she is paying it forward, supporting those with cancer in their journey.
Canadian writer Margaret Atwood and Nigerian-British author Bernardine Evaristo have split the 2019 Booker Prize for Fiction after the judging panel ripped up the rulebook and refused to name just one winner for the prestigious literature award.
In conjunction with World Mental Health Day on Oct 10, 2019, we look at four celebrities who defied mental health stigma and opened up about their struggle with depression.
To tackle workplace harassment in Malaysia, company culture must change from the top down. The #ItsNotOK?! conference aims to facilitate ways on creating harassment-free work spaces.
Sarawak native Zee Avi, back in Malaysia as an indie musician, talks about her time in the US as a recording artiste with Jack Johnson's label and what her new song is about.