Malaysia must end 24-hour dining to curb obesity crisis

Malaysia must end 24-hour dining to curb obesity crisis

Malaysians should be sleeping in the early hours of the morning, not eating and watching football at a 24-hour restaurant, according to the president of the Malaysian Association for the Study of Obesity.

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