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Diabetes, lung and heart disease common in US virus patients

Des Moines Public School employee Daniel Brown sanitizes a bathroom at Central Campus high school on March 19. (AP pic) WASHINGTON: Diabetes, heart disease and...

Study: Lockdowns may have saved 59,000 lives in Europe

Strict containment measures might have already saved up to 59,000 lives across 11 European countries battling the spread of the new coronavirus, experts in...

Lockdown leaves Menara City One folk full of worries

A Menara City One resident holds up a sign asking for rice after the condominium is locked down under an enhanced movement control order. KUALA...

Pulau Island, still virus-free but fearing the worst

Palau Island. (Pixabay pic) PALAU: A Covid-19-free tropical island nestled in the northern Pacific may seem the perfect place to ride out a pandemic –...

Dow ends disastrous quarter on weak note while European stocks gain

NEW YORK: Wall Street stocks closed a historically bad quarter on a weak note Tuesday, while European and Asian bourses gained following better Chinese...

National Cherry Blossom Festival in DC goes virtual

Capitol Hill during the cherry blossom season. Rawpixel pic) WASHINGTON DC: Washington DC has launched a 24-hour BloomCam to bring real-time footage of the cherry...

Terlalu banyak mati… Mayat Covid-19 di AS terpaksa letak dalam trak sejuk beku

Trak sejuk beku yang dijadikan ‘bilik mayat sementara’ bagi menempatkan mayat Covid-19 yang semakin bertambah. (Gambar Twitter) Wabak Covid-19 kini membelenggu seluruh dunia apabila kes...

UK boy dies after contracting Covid-19

A patient is helped from an ambulance as the person arrives at a hospital in London on March 31 pic. (AP pic) LONDON: A 13-year-old...

Hiring? Be discerning about hard and soft skills

Both hard skills and soft skills are vital when considering whether to hire a potential employee. (Rawpixel pic) In every job description you write, you’re...

The death of normalcy

Nothing is normal anymore. Not in the past couple of weeks. And certainly it won’t be for the next month or two, probably longer. We...