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Doctor on the Run

Marathons, duathlons and triathlons are just a few of the many ‘tons’ in 36-year-old Dr Au Yong Pui San’s life. The other tons come from the incredible weights she handles when powerlifting. It com...
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The Fame Meets Fibromyalgia

She’s as famous for her music as she is for her over the top and provocative style, but few know about Lady Gaga’s battles with chronic pain and PTSD.
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Stones, Stones, Stones, Stones

Malaysia is located in the ‘stone belt’ and one in 10 of us will develop stones in the kidney, bladder or ureter at least once in our lives. A urologist gives us the details.
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Let’s Talk About Suicide

Suicide has once again come to the fore with the deaths of two well known personalities in July. HealthToday speaks with a psychiatrist and discovers some surprising and little-known facts and statist...
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“Doctor, Make My Eyes Prettier.”

HealthToday talks with a plastic surgeon about one of the most popular aesthetic procedures in Asia: double eyelid surgery.
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The Pop Star and the Friend that Saved Her Life

Pop princess Selena Gomez gets candid about how a kidney, donated by her friend, saved her life.
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Going Green, Baby! (Part 2)

Dietitian Edna Loh rounds up the dietary needs and challenges of vegans and vegetarians in the second part of this special feature.
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A Child’s First Flight

A flight on an airplane can be a wonderful adventure for children. But some reassurance or distraction may be needed, especially if it’s your little one’s first flight.
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OHHHH… Why Is the World Spinning?

Dato’ Paduka Dr Balwant Singh Gendeh talks about vertigo, conditions it is associated with and their treatments.
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The Reign of Jane

The tall and beautiful Jane Teoh is a Malaysian beauty queen, ready to show the world who she is. The reigning Miss Universe Malaysia 2018 gives an exclusive interview to HealthToday about being in th...
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  • The Fame Meets Fibromyalgia

    She’s as famous for her music as she is for her over the top and provocative style, but few know about Lady Gaga’s battles with chronic pain and PTSD. [Read More]
  • Let’s Talk About Suicide

    Suicide has once again come to the fore with the deaths of two well known personalities in July. HealthToday speaks with a psychiatrist and discovers some surprising and little-known facts and statistics about this public health issue. [Read More]
  • The Pop Star and the Friend that Saved Her Life

    Pop princess Selena Gomez gets candid about how a kidney, donated by her friend, saved her life. [Read More]
  • The Reign of Jane

    The tall and beautiful Jane Teoh is a Malaysian beauty queen, ready to show the world who she is. The reigning Miss Universe Malaysia 2018 gives an exclusive interview to HealthToday about being in the limelight, her thoughts on true beauty and what she does to stay healthy. [Read More]
  • Raise the Pink Ribbon for Breast Cancer Awareness

    When first diagnosed with breast cancer, one feels lost and alone. The Pink Ribbon Wellness (L) Foundation, formed mostly by breast cancer survivors, are here to help. In addition, the Foundation will be hosting the Excellence in Breast Cancer Therapy and Support Conference on August 10 to 12, 2018 in Kuala Lumpur. [Read More]
  • Still Having Those Election Blues?

    Major national events can cause a rise in anxiety, as found by the American Psychological Association during the Trump vs Clinton campaign. If you’re feeling distressed after our recent national elections, read this article to find out what you can do. [Read More]
  • Surviving Melanoma

    Actress Michelle Monaghan has survived skin cancer and is more than glad to share her battle. [Read More]
  • Keira Knightley… Begins Again

    The English rose dishes on feminism, ‘scruffy’ movie roles and her excitement to be entering a new stage of her life. [Read More]
  • Her Heart Beats Bravely

    For most, being called the World’s Ugliest Woman on the Internet would be a soul-destroying experience. Not so for a courageous young woman named Lizzie Velasquez. [Read More]
  • Practical Crime Safety

    Currently, the number of reported crimes in Malaysia can go up to 350a day. No doubt, crime safety and prevention is an important concept because the reality of crime is when you start fighting back the chances, are you are going to get hurt in the process. [Read More]
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