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Researchers have come up with a scale that ranks food according to its effect on your lifetime.
These substances with the chemical property of antioxidation, help combat harmful free radicals in the body.
When she heard the diagnosis, Sara Belt's initial reaction wasn’t fear, anger or despair. It was relief because after grappling with a mounting list of frustrating issues and behaviour changes that she couldn’t understand, she finally had an explanation.
High consumption of red meat has been linked to increased incidences of colorectal cancer and potentially more severe reactions to Covid-19 infections.
MALAYSIANS have high beef consumption per capita, which is no wonder then that quality plays an important role when it comes to choosing the best.
FROM DR WAN KIM SUI, PROF DR NORAN NAQIAH HAIRI & PROF DR MOY FOONG MING
China’s economic growth is projected to rebound to 8.1% this year, powered by strong exports and a gradual recovery in household consumption, despite uncertainties over the coronavirus pandemic, according to an Asian Development Bank (ADB) report.
BEIJING (China Daily/ANN): China's economic growth is projected to rebound to 8.1 per cent this year, powered by strong exports and a gradual recovery in household consumption, despite uncertainties over the coronavirus pandemic, according to a report from the Asian Development Bank on Wednesday (April 28).
A letter from PROFESSOR DR NORAN NAQIAH HAIRI, PROFESSOR DR MOY FOONG MING and DR WAN KIM SUI.
HEART attack has been the leading cause of death in Malaysia for the past 17 years and research indicates that heart disease, often associated with old age, is increasingly occurring in younger people.