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LAST_UPDATESun, 11 Dec 2016 1pm

‘Try Eating Breakfast At 10am If You’re Not Hungry When You Wake Up’

Some people just don’t feel hungry first thing in the morning, while others don’t have time to sit down and eat. To avoid disrupting the day’s food intake by skipping the meal entirely, nutritionist Raphaël Gruman recommends putting off breakfast for a few hours and tucking into either sweet and savory foods — whatever takes your fancy.

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Here Are Today's Headlines

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The mainstream English media headline various current issues such as the predicament faced by university students in India, Malaysia and Singapore to sign a bilateral pack next month, the Health Ministry’s budget restored and Puchong residents’ woes over the incessant flash floods.

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A Bird In China That Looks Like Trump Is Now A Viral Sensation

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President-elect Donald Trump may be willing to start a trade war with Beijing, but his political ascension has been as much a source of mirth in China as disquiet.

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Smokers Have Higher Lifetime Risk Of Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm

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Smokers could be doubling their risk for a type of aneurysm that is usually fatal if it ruptures, researchers say.

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Amgen's Migraine Drug Succeeds In Late-Stage Trial

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Amgen Inc said on Wednesday its migraine treatment met the main goal of reducing monthly migraine days in patients with episodic migraine in a second late-stage study.

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How Can We Inculcate Reading And Bring Back The Library Culture Among Malaysians?

Back in the day, libraries used to be sanctuaries for piles of handwritten scrolls, manuscripts, and then it advanced into rooms filled with printed, bound paper books. But now the digital age has turned its back on libraries – with access to Internet at home, and mobile access rising steadily, particularly among younger people, reading has now turned into something of a digital realm.

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Girl Takes Selfie In Her Car – Then Spots Ghostly Child Behind Her 

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A girl on her way to a beauty pageant took a selfie in the front seat – and captured a ghostly child sitting in the back, reaching out for her.

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'Post-Truth' Declared Word Of The Year By Oxford Dictionaries

Oxford Dictionaries has declared "post-truth" as its 2016 international word of the year, reflecting what it called a "highly-charged" political 12 months.

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“An Ape In Heels” Comment About Michelle Obama Triggers Furious Backlash, Calls For West Virginia Mayor To Resign

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The descriptions intelligent, eloquent, classy and sophisticated have become synonymous to Michelle Obama during her husband's eight year term in office, as her popularity among Americans can be evidenced by her legions of social media followers.

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‘Beauty And The Beast’ Trailer Set A New Record For Most Viewed Within 24 Hours, Beating ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’

The whole world is undeniably excited about the live-action film version of Beauty and the Beast and the phenomenal views that the latest trailer garnered is a good sign of what is to come.

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