I recently discussed breast check-ups, so here is one for the men out there. This week I am talking about the prostate and testicles.
The island’s reputation among in-the-know travellers as a foodie paradise will be further burnished when Taipei becomes the latest Asian city to have its own Michelin guide.
Zoo officials say the small size of the female – belonging to the critically endangered subspecies – had been a cause for concern after two underweight cubs born this spring died.
To this day, Wiseau remains an enigma but Hollywood star James Franco is attempting to shine a light on the filmmaker with The Disaster Artist.
Depending on the hemisphere in which such aerosols are released, hurricanes in the North Atlantic would become weaker or stronger, they reported in Nature Communications.
Thirty artists from around the world have given the bustling Sassoon Dock, home to Mumbai’s traditional Koli fishing community, a colourful makeover as part of the St+art Urban Art Festival.
Located in Toronto, the restaurant called June’s last Tuesday was serving its first meals prepared by HIV-positive cooks to dispel any notion that food preparation can spread the virus.
From making clothes and furniture in India to cooking, catering and even coding in the United States, such work opportunities are helping former slaves to rebuild their lives.
According to the World Health Organisation, approximately 6 percent out of Cambodia’s 16.6 million people suffer from diabetes.
Canadian teen singer Shawn Mendes on Sunday wins best artist and best song at the MTV Europe Music Awards.
Irish musician and anti-poverty activist Bob Geldof returns his ‘Freedom of the City of Dublin’ award, saying he can not continue to hold the honour with Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi
Canadian advocacy group Rainbow Railroad has helped LGBT people covertly escape from countries where their lives have been under threat.
A new study looks at how regional hybrid legal systems of traditional and modern law, as well as cultural norms, need to harmonise in the Pacific Islands in order to prevent emergencies in the future.
Aid groups say even with strict policies to tackle sexual harassment in the workplace, most admit it remains an under-reported issue.
When Indian actress Divya Unny flew into the southern state of Kerala in 2015, she thought it was for a business meeting with an award-winning director about a role in his upcoming film.
Professional photographer Jean-François Périgois has spent the past 20 years travelling around Southeast Asia and now calls Phnom Penh home.
The International Music Festival of Phnom Penh is back for its 14th annual concert series at the Intercontinental Hotel with a series of recitals spanning the course of three weeks.
For Palestinians in marriages in which one partner comes from the West Bank and the other from territory Israel has declared to be part of the Israeli state, the slum is a haven where they can live legally together.
Journalist Karam al-Masri was wounded multiple times and detained by both the Syrian government and the Islamic State group, but still yearns to return to conflict reporting
Talking on the phone used to be the means of communication for most people, but over the last 20 years texting or instant messaging has developed into one of the most popular ways of keeping in touch.