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No more running for marathoner

By Cheah Wenqi In 2012, Mr Eugene Tan was 22 and at his fittest. He ran every day, pushing himself to go faster at every run. He had already
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It matters where you sit, if you don’t want the flu

By Ong Shi Man When you board a plane, the chances of getting sick in the confined space of the cabin you have been assigned to depend on ho
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More than just a phone alarm

By Abigail Ng When final-year student Trisha Lim, 23, stopped using Telegram for nine hours, her friends were alarmed. Nine hours is a short
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It’s a dog’s world

By Lim Ching Ying Even in science, there seems to be a bias towards man’s best friend — far more scientific research has been conducted on d
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Some people still think Earth is flat

By Chong Yoke Ming In a bid to prove that Earth is flat, American Mike Hughes planned to launch a $27,400 homemade rocket that would take ph
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Stranger connections

A study sheds light on why we put our trust in some strangers and not others
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Space oddities

By Ng Yi Shu On Feb 6, space became the final frontier for Elon Musk’s Tesla Roadster, the latest of strange things humanity has sent into t
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Bitcoin is an energy guzzler

Bitcoin takes up so much energy, that it's feared that the cryptocurrency could push frontiers in an unwelcome territory - climate change
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Wacky weather woes

By Ang Hwee Min Unusual weather has been making headlines worldwide over the past two months. Scientists say although most of these weather