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Researchers say our food choices may be influenced by nutritional requirements rather than calories.
It is difficult to assess the threat posed by fake news. Does it really have the power to change readers’ behaviour, as experts fear?
A UK research found that people were more likely to choose music that reminded them of a relationship with a specific person or of their childhood.
SPENDING a few years studying in Britain gave these Malaysians the confidence and courage to chase their dreams.
Airlines in the United States are trying to improve in-flight meals, but flying poses unique challenges.
Whether people realise it or not, gastrophysics has a strong part to play in how they perceive their food and drinks.
Allowing the mind to wander as you walk is good for your body and brain.
Prepare to be inspired by the Malaysian Philosophy Society.