Andrew Jaspan

Cashing in on women’s health

Women’s health has been sidelined for centuries. But now that women are finally being heard, some unscrupulous companies are cashing in on the movement.

Chronic pain affects 30 percent of all people, making it the number one reason for a visit to the doctor. 360info explores the myths of treating it.

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Adaptation, mitigation, and negotiation will be on the agenda as the world gathers in Sharm el-Sheikh for the 27th Conference of the Parties climate meeting.

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As floods rise in ferocity, states face big decisions to safeguard the future of their land and their people.

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360info explores the benefits and pitfalls of AI in obtaining crucial government and public information and how to better protect your privacy and safety.

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Tanks and assault rifles are just the most obvious aspects. The increasingly militarised approach to policing runs far deeper

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360info is looking into how far brain-machine interface research has come and what is currently at the forefront of science and technology.

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Capital punishment remains one of the most divisive issues in global criminal justice. As more countries move to end the death penalty, some are doubling down.

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The global trade in arms is worth more than two trillion dollars. A UN conference this week aims to bring more oversight to this deadly industry.

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English has become the dominant language used across global business, science, diplomacy and the internet, but it creates an unfair advantage.

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As a common language, English connects many people. But biases against accents persist with dire effects.

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Malaysian English or Manglish plays a central role in the lives of locals. Its benefits outweigh the drawbacks.

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