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In conjunction with Police Day, the writer highlights the efforts of the police and the PVR officers in their war against Covid-19.
It's okay to own a trending houseplant, but plant enthusiasts are urging people to learn the proper way to care for them.
A mass communication graduate leap over many hurdles before achieving success
The Silent Mentor programme, introduced by Professor Dr Chin Kin Fah, on March 23, 2012, encourages donors to donate their bodies after death. Donors have selflessly donated their bodies for the advancement of medical research, education and training, motivated by love for mankind.
Low back pain is a common ailment among adults nowadays; here are some of the ways to treat and prevent this potentially chronic condition.
From the age of seven, Stella Kiang started consuming herbal drinks prepared by her mother. So she knows firsthand the effect of herbs on health. Today, she runs a herbal company to spread the word about the goodness of nature.
Dementia is a general term for the overall decline in mental ability that is severe enough to disrupt daily life.
With training, Kingsley Chew proved that he could harness his brain to remember better.
Malaysian travel startup Lokalocal offers local trips conducted by locals.
The study of the brain and mind is the last frontier in medical science.