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Riding on a successful formula

WHEN it comes to total body wellness, Doux Visage has gotten the formula down pat. Featuring a unique combination of Western and Eastern medical theories, each person gets an individualised treatment plan drawn up to ensure optimal health and wellness.

With 21 years of experience in the field, Dr Goh is a firm believer that it is more effective to address health issues both internally and externally.

Ringgit boost for auto companies

PETALING JAYA: The recent strength of the ringgit against the US dollar is expected to boost earnings of automotive companies exposed to the greenback in the fourth quarter of this year.

“Bermaz Auto Bhd (BAuto) is our top buy pick for its strong balance sheet and asset-light business model, which allow it to weather tough times. With interesting new models ahead to lift earnings, we believe that BAuto is back on an earnings growth trajectory.," Maybank IB said.

Paralysed pets improving after acupuncture sessions in China

SHANGHAI: Looking like a furry brown pincushion, eight-month-old French bulldog Dan Jiao whimpers nervously as he waits for the end of a Chinese acupuncture session aimed at curing partial paralysis caused by a puppyhood injury.

Not giving up: A partially paralysed dog and a cat (below) receiving acupuncture treatment with needles known as meridians at Shanghai TCM Neurology and Acupuncture Animal Health Centre in Shanghai. —AFP

Pet-friendly China acupuncturist gets tails wagging again

SHANGHAI (AFP) - Looking like a furry brown pincushion, eight-month-old French bulldog "Dan Jiao" whimpers nervously as he waits for the end of a Chinese acupuncture session aimed at curing partial paralysis caused by a puppyhood injury.

CIMB Research starts coverage of YSP Southeast Asia with Add rating

KUALA LUMPUR: CIMB Equities Research has initiated coverage of drug maker YSP Southeast Asia with an Add rating and sum-of-parts based target price of RM3.50, which is 30.1% above the last traded price of RM2.69.

YSP Southeast Asia has an extensive range of largely own-brand products that includes generic medical drugs, over-the-counter (OTC) items, aquatic and veterinary drugs.

TCM practitioners pledge to end bear bile use

KUALA LUMPUR: Traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) practitioners in the country have pledged their support to replace the use of endangered wildlife parts with sustainable substitutes.

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Pledge made to reduce use of endangered wildlife in medicinal products

In an effort to reduce the demand for wildlife-based medicinal products involving endangered animals, traditional Chinese medicine practitioners in Malaysia made a pledge on Sunday to use sustainable substitutes to bear bile.

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Their first Fathers Day

Modern dads dive into fatherhood with excitement, nervousness and a willingness to do their part in bringing up baby. StarMetro speaks to four first-time fathers about their adventures in raising their child.

New dads tell StarMetro about their aspirations and the challenges faced while coping with their firstborn.

Tempers flare at squatter home demolition

Tension filled the air when some longhouse residents resisted Kuala Lumpur City Hall's demolishment of their squatter homes in Jinjang Selatan Tambahan in Kuala Lumpur.

Maybank IB: A temporary blip in TIV

KUALA LUMPUR: Maybank Investment Bank Research expects the automotive total industry volume (TIV) to hover at similar levels in May before picking up in June, leading up to the Hari Raya festivity where sales are commonly made.

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