Erectile dysfunction is reversible for many

Erectile dysfunction is reversible for many
A new study suggests many men may be able to reverse erectile dysfunction, with lifestyle habits playing a major role.

Dealing with the hazy situation

Dealing with the hazy situation
We spoke to Miss Elisha Teh, HQ Pharmacist of AEON Wellness Malaysia on tips to keep healthy during the haze season.

Could you take on the '100 challenge' sweeping the internet?

Could you take on the '100 challenge' sweeping the internet?
New Year's resolutions are notoriously hard to keep, but a recent trend could be just the thing to keep you disciplined this January (and beyond).

10 ways to make this your best year yet

10 ways to make this your best year yet
Reinvent yourself this brand new year with these 10 simple steps.

Oh my aching head: Is there really a hangover cure?

Oh my aching head: Is there really a hangover cure?
A few too many? Scientists offer their best bets on curbing the hangover misery.

More good news about exercise and breast cancer

More good news about exercise and breast cancer
A new US study finds that even short runs or walks go a long way toward reducing your risks of breast cancer.

10 ways to live to 100

10 ways to live to 100
Want to live to 100? By making a few simple changes to your lifestyle you could boost your chances of reaching this milestone. Here are 10 ways to increase your lifespan and improve your quality of life at the same time.

Household bleach: The newest anti-aging remedy?

Household bleach: The newest anti-aging remedy?
Researchers have found that diluted bleach may fight wrinkles and sun damage.

Is your daily multivitamin doing any good?

Is your daily multivitamin doing any good?
Vitamins and supplements may not be a substitute for fruits and vegetables, experts say.

One dose of HPV vaccine may prevent cervical cancer

One dose of HPV vaccine may prevent cervical cancer
A single dose -- rather than the recommended three -- of a vaccine against the sexually transmitted disease HPV may be enough to ward off cervical cancer, researchers said Monday.