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We should hold companies accountable when they fail to implement proper safeguards and security policies.
In the 'Eyes That Speak' photobook, Buku Jalanan Chow Kit students share how they are coping with pandemic life
His innovation: a cellphone case with an attached epinephrine auto-injector.
MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Mexico identified in one day nearly 2,000 migrants in the country irregularly, the government said on Saturday.
Now that interstate travel is allowed, the challenge is getting Malaysians to see the country from a tourist’s perspective. After all, many of us have been conditioned with the idea that travelling usually entails going to a new destination far from home.
Teletherapy often leaves out older people. Here's how a US researcher is trying to help them connect
Psychiatrist Dr Debby Tsuang heard her patients' complaints: They didn't always know which buttons to push, or what link to visit to access a video call. Some older adults don't own a computer or tablet, or have unstable Internet access.
The last eighteen months have taken a serious toll on our mental health with deaths of near ones, working from home, job insecurity, social isolation and other stressors amidst a growing uncertainty about our future.
LONDON (Reuters) - Chelsea coach Thomas Tuchel heaped praise on defender Ben Chilwell for bouncing back from being sidelined at the start of the season to score the decisive goal in the Blues' 1-0 win away to Brentford on Saturday, his second strike in two games.
BY now, millions of Malaysians would have criss-crossed the country following the lifting of the inter-state travel ban on Monday. Some are out to fulfil their wanderlust but for many it is a long awaited heartfelt journey to meet their loved ones, perhaps for the first time after the ban was imposed earlier this year.