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Knut, born on December 5, 2006, had to be hand fed every four hours by zoo employee Thomas Doerflein after its mother Tosca refused the baby. Photo: Reuters
Knut, born on December 5, 2006, had to be hand fed every four hours by zoo employee Thomas Doerflein after its mother Tosca refused the baby. Photo: Reuters
Knut, born on December 5, 2006, had to be hand fed every four hours by zoo employee Thomas Doerflein after its mother Tosca refused the baby. Photo: Reuters

1467971_Scientists solve mystery of polar bear Knut’s death
Scientists solve mystery of polar bear Knut’s death

August 28
Long working hours tied to stroke risk

Long working hours tied to stroke risk

NEW YORK — People who work at least 55 hours a week are significantly more likely to eventually suffer a stroke than people who work 35 to 40 hours a week, a recent study suggests.

The changing face of erectile dysfunction

The changing face of erectile dysfunction

SINGAPORE — The profile of men grappling with erectile dysfunction (ED) in Singapore is no longer what most people think. Instead of older men, a substantial proportion of these...

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