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THE technique of using prostheses to replace parts of the human body has been around for a while. With the successful use of implants for knee and hip replacements, interest has now inevitably shifted to the use of artificial discs to replace damaged intervertebral discs.
DR ONG HEAN-TATT argues that certain glands of the body may constitute the #8216;third eye#8217; and feng shui forces acting on it may be beneficial.
Men in some countries have higher sperm counts than men in other nations. TIMOTHY GOWER has the details.
Since we#8217;re on the subject of hair, it#8217;s impossible to ignore that other kind of male hair that often evokes strong reactions #8211; hairy chests. They went completely out of vogue in the squeaky clean 1990s but are making a furry comeback, discovers REENA GURBAKSH.
Treating blood with ozone may seem a rather strange practice, but as PHILIP GOLINGAI finds out, there is a science behind this unique form of therapy.
QI, the energy that #8216;powers#8217; feng shui, can affect some parts of the human body which may explain how geomancy can benefit people, argues DR ONG HEAN-TATT.
ONE of the purest forms of rectification in I>Vasthu Sastra/Iis the placement of I>yantras/I(mystical diagrams) in the eight cardinal compass directions of a property.
People working in the medical sector should not be driven by profits but should broaden their concern to cover the well-being of the society and the world as a whole, Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Mahathir Mohamad said.
WE#8217;VE often been told that we should drink at least two litres of water a day to hydrate and cleanse our bodies. That#8217;s easier said than done as it really takes effort to drink that many glasses of water.
Books reviewed this week in I>Reading Room/I>: The Story of Lucy Gault by William Trevor; Man Eater by Ray Shannon; Escape from Paradise by John and May Chu Harding; Long Lost by David Morrell; and Heaven and Earth: Making the Psychic Connection by James van Praagh.