Health and fitness

The World Health Organisation is using social media to fight misinformation about 2019-nCoV, the disease which originated in Wuhan
The mainland tourist by arrived high-speed train on Tuesday night and was found to have a fever.
As a mystery disease originating in Wuhan reminds Hong Kong of the Sars epidemic, here are some facts about the lung infection.
The new coronavirus, which surfaced last month in China, is drawing parallels to Sars; it's crucial to observe good hygiene.
Potential benefits include reduced pollution and a healthier population, but it is hard to agree on concrete proposals.
Young Post provides a Q&A for all the questions you may have about this deadly illness.
Finding time in our busy lives to look after our minds and bodies is vital. Here’s how the YP Team does it.
From the dangers of swimming after eating to the real benefits of sweat, we ask an expert to prove – or debunk – seven common health myths.
No matter how hard we try to avoid it, sweating is a fact of life in our hot, busy city. But all that perspiring is actually good for our health.
When it comes to healthy lifestyle, which is more important: eating a balanced diet, or staying active?

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