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Beating stress the ayurvedic way

Last week we had a discussion on how yoga can combat the ravages of stress. Today, let us see what the science of ayurveda has to offer.


The sweet Swede

PAUL SI takes the Volvo XC90 for a spin and and came out thrilled with what he experienced.


Turning the sexual dysfunction tables

Most doctors agree that women have far more difficulty than men in putting aside emotional and relationship issues when it comes to sex.


Taking their job SARS-riously

In conjunction with International Nurses#8217; Day today and the anniversary of nursing pioneer Florence Nightingale#8217;s birth, I>Lifestyle/Ifinds out how nurses who work in the Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) ward at the Universiti Malaya Medical Centre in Kuala Lumpur are coping.


Backstage with M.A.C.

Putting models on the high-fashion catwalk involves a complicated combination of makeup artistry in tandem with the look desired and the clothing presented. MELODY L. GOH went behind the scenes with make-up brand M.A.C. at the recent Milan Fashion Week.


Supporting voices

It's always good to have someone to talk to, especially when you#8217;re down and lonely. Who that someone is depends on our social support group. But just what is social support?


Listen to your body!

Ladies call it the dreaded time-of-the-month mood swings, stomach cramps and lethargy. You can either moan about it, or get a grip and listen to your body. LEONG SIOK HUI explains.


Affordable fitness

Check out the newest fitness centre in Petaling Jaya, Les Studio, which offers both a comprehensive regime and #8211; they claim #8211; unbeatable rates.


Heart trial

Investigators from all over the world are keen to recruit into the ONTARGETB/ /B>TRANSCEND trials as study results which are expected to be available by 2007 will provide reliable answers to important clinical questions and contribute to evidence-based medicine on cardiovascular (heart) protection.


Making a difference in little lives

When a big company like DiGi Telecommunications Bhd (DiGi) organises an arts event, you#8217;d expect it to be all about prestige and glam. What you don#8217;t expect is a cheery afternoon where well-known dancers get underprivileged children to groove to catchy folks tunes -- all in the equally cheery name of the DiGi Yellow Mobile 'Culture Caravan'. VERONICA SHUNMUGAM joins in some of the fun.