How the labour crunch could be good for late-night eating habits
While the pandemic and foreign labour crunch have taken a toll on Malaysians' round-the-clock eating habits, this could also contribute to a healthier lifestyle.
Big is beautiful: Enter the calorie intake diet
This is based on the notion that as long as a person takes in the right number of calories for his or her body, it is enough regardless of whether they are big or thin.
To beef or not to beef? Spanish ministers clash over campaign to eat less meat
The parliamentary beef has exposed raw political differences between parties within Spain's ruling coalition.
Researchers trial magnetic ‘lockjaw’ against obesity
They hail it as a new tool against obesity despite critics who compare it to an instrument of medieval torture.
Experts warn against slimming pill shortcut in journey to dream weight
They say efforts to lose weight should revolve around a healthy diet and exercise.
Beyond marketing gimmicks in buying health supplements
Expert shares how consumers can avoid being duped by promises of a good deal.
Weaning people off tasty junk food onto bland healthy diets is no piece of cake
Banning unhealthy but popular foods is not going to work, say experts, so how best to turn people on to healthier food?
Parents fuelling pandemic-season obesity among kids
Nutritionist Farah Farhana Hashim says some parents are feeding their children unhealthy snacks in an attempt to keep them focused on their online classes.
Saturated fats: friend, foe or something in between?
Health experts say the relationship between saturated fats and heart disease may not be as straightforward as it is made out to be.