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STAYING healthy has become a significant part of modern living; even more so during these difficult times as we grapple with rising non-communicable diseases and new infectious ones, such as the recent Covid-19 pandemic.
(Reuters) - Debbie de los Angeles woke up on March 3 to two voicemails from nurses at the Seattle-area care home that housed her 85-year-old mother, Twilla Morin.
MILAN (Reuters) - Italian researchers are looking at whether a higher than usual number of cases of severe pneumonia and flu in Lombardy in the last quarter of 2019 may be a signal that the new coronavirus might have spread beyond China earlier than previously thought.
NEW DELHI: Millions of Indians went into lockdown on Sunday (March 22) as the country brought most of its vast railway network to a halt in a bid to slow the spread of the Covid-19 (coronavirus) outbreak.
BEIJING: CanSino Biologics Inc says it has received Chinese regulatory approval to start human trials of a vaccine against Covid-19, another example of a potential weapon against the illness being fast-tracked for testing as the global death toll escalates and nations impose lockdowns on their citizens.
NOT everyone has the funds to see them through a medical degree. At IMU, scholarships and bursaries are available to help deserving students achieve their dreams and fly higher.
ONG Paul Sherng’s invention differentiates cancerous and healthy cells, and has won him second prize at the Taiwan International Science Fair held earlier this month.
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UP to 20,000 Umrah pilgrims planning to travel to Saudi Arabia in March will be affected by the kingdom’s temporary suspension of entry for travellers, reported Sinar Harian.Umrah and Haj Travel Agency Association president Datuk Seri Razali Mohd Sham said Muslims
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Donald Trump has decided not to take action on imports of titanium sponge, a key input in military aircraft, after a Commerce Department investigation found imports hurt U.S. makers of the material and threaten national security, a memo showed.