Adult men should start colon cancer screening earlier at age 45 instead of 50 says a US health panel
81 percent of young adults with colorectal cancer surveyed said they experienced at least three symptoms of cancer before they got a diagnosis
Men, even with low high-school GPAs in math, science and low SAT scores, were reaching for PECS and math-intensive majors.
India, Pakistan exchange heated arguments over Kashmir at Maldives summit; Islamabad's support for terrorism biggest threat to humanity, says New Delhi
India and Pakistan had a heated exchange over the Kashmir issue during a summit held in the Maldivian Parliament where the representatives of the South Asian countries had gathered
From 10-16 June, men's health is celebrated all over the world to remind them to put their health first and take better care of themselves.
Former Maldives president Mohamed Nasheed marks political comeback with landslide win in parliamentary election
Election officials estimated the final turnout in Maldives to be between 70 and 80 percent, down from the 89 percent recorded at the September presidential election which unexpectedly toppled Yameen.
Maldives president's visit to India: Investment key to securing New Delhi's interests, govt should open cheque book
Without the China card looming over every decision, Maldives becomes simply a neighbor in distress, who needs assistance from a country that sees itself as a regional power. That’s the bottom line.
Maldives denies media reports claiming India offered $1 billion in exchange for establishing Indian military base in Male
The Maldives Government has strongly denied media reports which stated that India had offered $1 billion to Maldives in exchange for the deployment of Indian troops in the island nation.
Maldives accuses China of pushing small nations into debt; minister says Beijing executed infrastructure projects at inflated prices
Maldives’ new finance minister said on Monday that China is executing infrastructure projects at vastly higher prices than originally proposed but the island nation cannot get out of its commitments now.
Former Maldives President Abdullah Yameen tried to play India against China as a 'puppet master', says Male's foreign minister
Maldives Foreign Minister Abdulla Shahid Monday alleged that former president Abdulla Yameen had tried to play India against China as a "puppet master" and said the new government was looking into the deals made with China to assess the debt accumulation.
As China hands over $3.3 bn invoice to new Maldives govt, Solih administration clueless about scale of Male's debts
One week after taking power, the new government of the Maldives says it has no idea how much it owes China, which has led a construction spree in the tiny Indian Ocean nation, but fears the debts run up in the past five years could be unsustainable.
Nasheed was sentenced to 13 years prison in 2015 but went into exile a year later, after being granted prison leave for medical treatment in the UK. He is still a fugitive from justice in the Maldives and risks arrest if he returns while Yameen is still in office but his five years of iron-fisted rule ends on 17 November.
Maldives' president-elect Mohamed Solih invites Narendra Modi to attend his swearing-in ceremony on 17 November
Mohamed Solih, the Opposition Maldivian Democratic Party's candidate, emerged victorious over incumbent President Abdulla Yameen.
Maldives election: Ibu Solih's win provides a strategic opening but India shouldn't count its chickens yet
In a televised address on Monday, the outgoing president of Maldives promised to step down and allow smooth transfer of power.
Maldives presidential poll: President Abdulla Yameen concedes defeat, says will enable 'smooth transition' for Ibrahim Mohamed Solih
The strongman president of the Maldives, Abdulla Yameen, on Monday conceded defeat in elections, easing fears of a fresh political crisis in the archipelago at the centre of a battle for influence between India and China.
Maldives Presidential Election: India welcomes Ibrahim Mohamed Solih's victory, says result marks 'triumph of democratic forces'
India on Monday congratulated Opposition candidate Ibrahim Mohamed Solih on his victory in the presidential polls in the Maldives and said the election reflected the country's commitment to the values of democracy and the rule of law.
Maldives presidential elections: Thousands cast their votes amid concerns over country slipping back into autocratic rule
People in the Maldives and observers outside the country waited for the results to see whether the Opposition's cries of a rigged vote would be validated.
After Male calls India over Subramanian Swamy's 'invade Maldives' tweet, BJP leader says 'don't represent Govt of India'
Rajya Sabha MP Subramanian Swamy on Tuesday explained his controversial statement that "India should invade Maldives" if rigging takes place in the country's upcoming presidential elections.
Officials of the Maldives state electricity company (STELCO) visited Pakistan last week and signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for "cooperation in institution-building activities".
Reports on India reducing essential goods' exports to Maldives 'misleading', requirements calculated on actual utilisation, says MEA
According to some media reports, India has lowered the limits on the export of certain essential commodities such as potatoes and onions to Maldives.
Maldives returns helicopter gifted by India: A look at how ties between the two nations have deteriorated in 2018
Maldives has asked India to take back one of two naval helicopters New Delhi had gifted to Male.