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Mr S has just suffered a heart attack. Miss C down the road has breast cancer. J's child was just admitted to hospital for dengue. Such health scares are part and parcel of real life. What about reel life? Let's examine the possibilities as it is near year's end, and a laugh or two would be good. As they say, laughter's the best medicine ...
In conjunction with Human Rights Day today, I>StarTwo/Ilooks at the lot of the Malaysian prisoner, his/her right to humane treatment, and what is being done to help convicts rehabilitate and return to the fold of society.
Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM) will be collaborating with Cambridge University to produce the world's first DNA dipstick diagnostic kit for tuberculosis by end of next year.
THE East Asian region needs no reminders of how terrible and destructive a deadly contagious disease can be: SARS has been only the latest of such scourges. Our progress today is built on having contained or overcome past contagions and other mishaps of nature.
Diverging agendas between the developed and developing nations resulted in the failure of the World Trade Organisation (WTO) Ministerial Conference in Cancun, Mexico, two months ago. But, writes International Trade and Industry Minister Datuk Seri Rafidah Aziz, the outcome of the meeting should not be cause for despair. She explains why the trade talks collapsed and calls on the WTO to focus on areas where convergance of views exists.