NEW YORK: According to a Canadian study, vegetarian and vegan children do not show any more nutritional deficiencies or stunted growth than their meat-eating peers. However, parents may need to take extra care in certain aspects of their diet in order to prevent them from being underweight, warn the authors of the research. .
Kuala Lumpur: “Apa masalahnya kalau anak saya pendek sikit? Biasalah tu, anak orang Malaysia. Takkan nak besar macam Mat Saleh.” (So what if my child’s a little short? It’s common for Malaysian children (to be shorter in height). We can’t expect them to be as tall as Caucasian children).
Kuala Lumpur: North Korea has banned the wearing of hipster-style tight trousers in its latest move to stop its people from copying western trends.
PARIS: Since the start of the pandemic, treatment methods to combat Covid and its symptoms have flourished. The latest in line is singing.
April 26, 2022 National
Kuala Lumpur: Malaysia is facing a new serious threat in malaria infection, which is an increase in zoonotic malaria infections, says Health Minister Khairy Jamaluddin.
April 24, 2022 Health and Fitness
PARIS: Which countries place a high value on mental health and psychological well-being? According to a ranking of OECD member countries, Nordic countries have a strong showing. Sweden is in the lead, followed by Germany and Finland. .
April 19, 2022 Health and Fitness
EXPERTS have identified for the first time exactly how exercise can lower your risk of getting bowel cancer (above) and slow the growth of tumours.
April 18, 2022 National
Kuala Lumpur: Close attention should be given to Muslims diagnosed with Anorexia illness, an emotional disorder characterised by an obsessive desire to lose weight by refusing to eat, during Ramadan as they may “struggle” to break their fast.
April 17, 2022 Health and Fitness
CAIRO: “Shaggy,” “messy,” “unprofessional”. Natural curls were once looked down upon in Egypt, where Western beauty standards favoured sleek, straight locks. Now, things are changing.
April 15, 2022 National
Kuala Lumpur: The public is advised to get tested for dengue at a medical facility if they persistently have symptoms of fever, diarrhoea and body ache, even though tested negative for Covid-19, said Malaysian Medical Association (MMA) president Dr Koh Kar Chai.
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