Change your bad habits for the sake of your kids

Jul 29, 20 Change your bad habits for the sake of your kids

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To train your child to pick healthy food options, you have to eat healthy yourself. — AFP As the risk of heart disease continues to affect young parents, experts agree that making cholesterol management a priority is part of good parenting. The loss of a young parent has far deeper consequences than that of an older parent. To a...

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Having frequent migraines? It could be a sign of stroke

Jul 28, 20 Having frequent migraines? It could be a sign of stroke

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One of the warning signs of a stroke is having a severe headache. — TNS In Malaysia, strokes are the third leading cause of death for women, following heart attacks and pneumonia. It is more deadly to women than breast cancer, and if it doesn’t kill you, can leave you with permanent disabilities. A stroke is sometimes known as a...

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3 science-backed diets to keep you in the pink of health

Jul 15, 20 3 science-backed diets to keep you in the pink of health

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Following a healthy diet could help reduce your risk of various health conditions. (Rawpixel pic) If you’re wondering what changes you should be making to your diet to keep the spring in your step and your weight at its optimum, then read on to find out more about three healthy diets touted by experts and scientists as being...

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Take it slow and steady, say experts

Jul 06, 20 Take it slow and steady, say experts

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Haste makes waste: Doctors have also warned against attacking a steep hill on foot or by bicycle after a sedentary period. GEORGE TOWN: The sudden death of four people within three weeks has led health experts to issue Malaysians with a warning against pushing their body too far and too soon after a break. As more people head for...

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MCO diets drive up Malaysia’s obesity rates

Jun 23, 20 MCO diets drive up Malaysia’s obesity rates

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KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): Many Malaysians have been complaining about their weight gain during the movement control order (MCO) period, which was not really a surprise considering that they were homebound and less active physically. Some even chose not to share their most recent photographs on their social media accounts to avoid...

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Women likely have a lower risk of heart disease than men

Jun 08, 20 Women likely have a lower risk of heart disease than men

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A new large-scale study has found that men all around the world may have a higher risk of heart disease than women. GOTHENBURG: New research has found that women appear to have a lower risk of developing and dying from cardiovascular disease (CVD) than men. Carried out by scientists at the University of Gothenburg, the new study...

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