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A woman waits to cross Michigan Avenue along the Magnificent Mile shopping district on March 20, 2020 in Chicago, Illinois.

About 83% of US coronavirus deaths could have been avoided if lockdowns were imposed March 1, researchers estimate

"That small moment in time, catching it in that growth phase, is incredibly critical," a researcher told The New York Times.
These are high paying jobs you can do remotely while social distancing at home amid the coronavirus pandemic.

54% of adults want to work remotely most of the time after the pandemic, according to a new study from IBM

IBM surveyed 25,000 people to gauge changes in perspective about work, transportation, shopping, and events since the outbreak of the coronavirus.
A daily bath could reduce the risk of heart health.

A daily hot bath could reduce your risk of heart disease, study says

A study found that taking baths may lower the risk of heart disease. The results were even better for people who took hotter, more frequent baths.

The number of coronavirus cases outside China could jump tenfold every 19 days without ‘strong intervention,’ a study says

Researchers believe that "34 unobserved founder patients" with "mild symptoms" triggered the spread of COVID-19 outside mainland China.
Drinking electrolytes might not be as effective at rebalancing your sodium levels while undertaking extreme sporting events.

Electrolyte drinks and supplements aren’t doing as much good as you think after exercising, according to a study

New research by Stanford University suggests electrolyte drinks aren't enough to rebalance your sodium levels during an endurance event.
Fried and high sugar foods make up a large part of the western-style diet.

Following a western-style diet high in sugar, fat, and fried foods for as little as a week can lead to overeating and impaired brain function, study s...

"After a week on a western-style diet, palatable food such as snacks and chocolate becomes more desirable when you are full," said researchers.

The clitoris isn’t just for sexual pleasure, contrary to popular belief. It also may be crucial for reproduction.

While clitoral orgasms are an important part of pleasure in a sexual encounter, researchers found that the little organ is important for conception.

Age and education key factors that affect one’s sensitivity towards divisive social issues: IPS study

LGBT and racial-religious issues were the most likely to cause polarisation in society, and the views of Singaporeans differ by age and education.

Singapore is less prepared than Malaysia to deal with a pandemic, EIU report says

Singapore ranked 24th, six places behind Malaysia. 

Malaysia rises to 16th place in ranking of world’s best retirement schemes, and is third best in Asia: Mercer

Malaysia's retirement schemes are now on par with advanced economies like the US and UK, the report found.