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Drug users are at high risk for tuberculosis (TB), and they have been the drivers of TB epidemics in many countries.
A visit to the family ancestral home in Fujian, China, turned out to be an eye-opening experience.
Felda's director-general says good human resource management and financial systems are the ingredients that make the model one to emulate.
More than temporary pit stops, R&Rs are also part and parcel of the Malaysian highway experience and a boost for sleepy and hungry travellers.
Thanks to the competition encouraged — even required — in a dog-eat-dog world, humanity might be losing out on best ideas and practices.
Wong Shin Yee may be blind but she does not let that stop her from achieving her goals and beyond.
Penang's cuisine is great because of multiple layers of migration, mingling and messing about with recipes. Can this achievement be repeated?
Penang is set for a progressive, creative, sustainable, prosperous and empowered society. But a seamless and accessible public transport system is crucial.
Getting along and liking your neighbours can boost your health, researchers say.
A study reveals that big weddings and few partners could be the formula for a happy marriage.