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The weighing scale isn’t always the best indicator of weight loss; here are some other ways to see if you’ve lost those kilos.
Healthcare professionals often risk their health and sacrifice quality of life in the line of duty – more so during times of infectious epidemics like the current coronavirus outbreak.
At this ski resort in Norway, you can get a taste of the Scandinavian ski experience even though climate change has resulted in lack of snow.
KUALA LUMPUR: The crude palm oil (CPO) futures contract on Bursa Malaysia Derivatives is expected to remain cautious next week as traders await the latest supply and demand data scheduled to be released by the Malaysia Palm Oil Board (MPOB) on Tuesday.
Taking a photo on a smartphone has somewhat lost its meaning. Every day, we snap shots that are posted online and backed up into the cloud, often to be forgotten. Time to dig out an old analogue camera to remember what it once meant to take a photograph.
There are countless mid-range smartphones that come close to the top flagships. But a look at some of the newest entry-level phones shows you can still get plenty of performance for less than US$200 (RM835).
Carbon materials are already being used to make the bodies of Formula 1 cars and racing bikes, as well as aircraft components. But many smartphones are still made from heavier metal parts.
WASHINGTON: The Trump administration is weighing tax relief for airline, cruise and travel industries to help such companies cope with a growing coronavirus outbreak that has dried up bookings, a source familiar with the plan said on Friday.
NEW YORK: The U.S. dollar fell across the board on Friday, posting its biggest weekly loss in four years, as a sharp drop in U.S. government bond yields hurt the greenback's appeal.
NEW YORK: Brent slid to its biggest daily loss in more than 11 years on Friday after Russia balked at OPEC's proposed steep production cuts to stabilize prices hit by economic fallout from the coronavirus, and OPEC responded by removing limits on its own production.