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Drinkers at risk of having premature memory loss

Ten-year study on reasoning, recall and problem-solving finds cognition worsening in middle-age drinkers up to six years earlier than normal.


True - or not?

As we embark on a fresh round of extrapolations for 2014, we take a quick look at the accuracy of predictions made for 2013.


Food brings us together

We kick off our Merdeka stories at the dining table: Love is all around when it comes to Malaysians and food.


The making of a nation through art

Galeri Petronas gets a nostalgic makeover with 'MY Story: Transforming The Nation', which tells the history of our country through art.


Outdated law sends tattoo artists underground

Tattoo artists in South Korea are prosecuted for their craft. Those who want to be inked go underground. While acceptance of body art is happening among the young, the older generation still have a hard time accepting the art.


The Malaysia Grand Prix Gala will be in aid of non-profit organisation Bidara

Proceeds from the Malaysia Grand Prix Gala 2015 will be channelled to non-profit organisation Bidara.


Programme aims to empower seniors to take charge of their health

The MELoR study aims to empower senior citizens to take charge of their lives and make informed decisions.


Not France, say refugees

Word has spread that going to France means months without a roof over your head and dealing with disobliging civil servants who don’t speak English.


Money, sex and HRMIS most searched terms in Malaysia in 2015

The deeply intriguing things that Malaysians scoured the Internet for in 2015.


The law and Tommy Thomas

Well-known legal eagle Tommy Thomas releases two collections of his essays on legal as well as non-legal issues of the day.