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WHO does not like cendol – that cold and creamy coconut dessert that we long for on any hot afternoon?
Being in self-isolation at home can spur people to come up with creative meals or even take the opportunity to start a vegetable and herb patch.
A bad diet, laden with sugar and fat, can result in persistent inflammation and a compromised immune system which affects our body’s ability to fight infection.
WHEN you ask a Malaysian what they usually have for breakfast, chances are they would reply: “A cup of Milo with nasi lemak.”
The columnist examines cross-species diseases like coronavirus can occur because of new human consumption habits.
Columnist Chris Chan looks at what gladiators used to eat and how well people are able to adapt to a plant-based diet.
OFTEN times, what goes on in a child’s day is much more than we think. This is why it’s important for us to give them the support they need to take on daily challenges, especially when they are at school.
A MAJOR event in the fisheries industry is set to take place in Busan, South Korea this Nov 6 to 8.
BEACH Blanket Babylon – the only beach bar in George Town, Penang – is a great place for those wanting to kick back and chill out.