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The Nipah virus disease outbreak in 1998 was successfully contained, but this infectious disease has not actually gone away.
National Heritage Department says shipwreck is most likely a British-owned merchant ship.
‘SNL’ star Jay Pharoah says it felt like ‘drowning’ when cop knelt on his neck in case of mistaken identity
The comedian recalled the scary confrontation with Los Angeles police officers on a street in April 2020.
It was our year of living dangerously, when all those warnings from scientists, all those apocalyptic science fiction movies and books, became a reality.
Birth defects are associated with risk of cancer in adulthood as well as in adolescence and childhood.
Virtual exhibition presents 12 works of art you may never get to see in a museum.
A genetic tool used to evaluate the risk of breast cancer in European women has now been confirmed to be of equal accuracy in Asian women.
It is always better to persuade the public to adopt the necessary precautions willingly, rather than punishing them for not following them.
Coming up with a new vaccine that is safe and effective takes time as there is an established set of scientific steps to go through.
With Covid-19 on the rampage and ever more sly as travellers await an elusive silver bullet vaccine, Asia is on sale.