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Babies Should Sleep In Parents' Room First Year: US Doctors

The highest risk period for SIDS comes between the ages one to four months.MIAMI: To reduce the risk of sudden death, babies should sleep in the same room as their parents but in their own crib or bassinet for the first year of life, US doctors said Monday.

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Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah: 10 things UMNO Must Do To Remain Relevant

My duty to the nation in upholding the constitution comes first, as it must be for UMNO - Ku LiPublished in full below is a speech by Y.B.M. Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah at the launch of the book, "The End of UMNO? Essays on Malaysia's Dominant Party" on Monday, 24 October 2016 at 10 am at the Royal Lake Club, Kuala Lumpur.

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The Bermuda Triangle: Mystery Solved As Scientists Revealed Recent Discovery

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The Bermuda Triangle is infamous for (mysteriously) claiming the lives of many without a trace. History is littered with many examples of bizarre disappearances linked to that mysterious stretch of ocean.

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New Survey Reveals The Most Sought After Skill By Employers In Malaysia

(From L-R) Freda Liu, Moderator of Panel Discussion; Mr. Rohit Sharma; Mr. Gopi Ganesalingam, Vice President, Enterprise Development Consulting at MDEC; Mr. Simon Si, Head Regional Communications, SEEK Asia; and Mr. Jake Choy Yew Wing, an INTI alumnus who is currently a Business Development Consultant (ASEAN) in Oracle during the panel discussion.

A survey commissioned by INTI has revealed the stark difference in competencies expectations between employers and new graduates.

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Commentary: Why Putin Is Unleashing His Only Aircraft Carrier

A photo taken from a Norwegian surveillance aircraft shows Russian aircraft carrier Admiral Kuznetsov in international waters off the coast of Northern Norway on October 17, 2016. 333 Squadron, Norwegian Royal Airforce/NTB Scanpix/Handout via Reuters

Somewhere in the autumn gales and rain squalls of the North Sea, Russia’s only aircraft carrier is heading south to war.

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Theresa May Accused Of 'Dither And Delay' Over Heathrow Expansion

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Theresa May has been accused of “dither and delay” by Sadiq Khan, the London mayor, after putting off a parliamentary vote on airport expansion for another year.

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Pets At Work May Help Atmosphere - But Bring Their Own Risks

In this Monday, Oct. 17, 2016, photo, Bowie, a 2-year-old husky mix, gives a high-five to employee Rosie Brown, left, at Sterling Communications in Los Gatos, Calif. Many small business owners believe pets improve the quality of work life. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez)NEW YORK: When a conference call turns tedious, Brent Robertson can still count on getting a smile from watching Gus rolling around on the floor.

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Possible Miscarriage Gene Found: Study

Scientists said Wednesday they had linked mutations in a specific gene with an increased risk of recurrent miscarriages.PARIS: Scientists said Wednesday they had linked mutations in a specific gene with an increased risk of recurrent miscarriages, offering hopes of better diagnosis and treatment for affected women.

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Actress Speaks Up About Living With Mental Illness, Shares How She Has Been Medicated For 11 Years

Mental illness knows no discrimination and with often times the sufferer choosing to ‘suffer in silence,’ a Hollywood actress has decided to break the social taboo and open up about living with mental illness.

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[Video] Saudi Teen Jailed For Flirting With American Girl Online

Young Saudi Arabian from Riyadh nicknamed Abu Sin (one with the crooked tooth) has been punished for chatting up an American girl from California online.

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