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The columnist examines the various ways people can mitigate their risks of being infected with Covid-19.
The rate of urbanisation in Malaysia between 2010-2015 was 2.49%. This remains significant because close to 75% of Malaysia’s population live in urban areas.
The columnist examines cross-species diseases like coronavirus can occur because of new human consumption habits.
SIGI’S Bar and Grill in Penang is back with its alluring selection of Italian treats so drop by for a hearty weekend lunch or dinner.
Covid-19 outbreaks in meat processing facilities in the United States demonstrate the instability of some food chains and how animals are culled in often inhumane ways as a consequence.
Despite the new regulations in place, Malaysians are still eating out, albeit a little more cautiously than before.
The columnist takes a break from researching Covid-19 to focus on the gastronomic highlights of the French region of Correze.
Next year, the pandemic will continue to delay the return to restaurant dining and encourage more healthy homecooking but it’s unlikely insect eating will take off.
Our columnist analyses some food studies and other reports, including the fact that eating five portions of fruits and vegetables is linked with longer life spans.