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AT THE Clarins Institute, therapists put their hearts and minds into their hands. In Paris, TAN GIM EAN meets two women behind the treatments.
IF we can create a hardier human race, why not? Do we stop the advance of genetic engineering because it is #8216;against nature#8217;? CATHERINE SIOW looks at bioethics from a Buddhist perspective.
Men#8217;s Only is the new exclusive club in town. MARZUKI ODIN discovers why an invite is so coveted among the cognoscenti.
The only reason most of us would go back to work on a public holiday (and grudgingly at that) would be the double overtime. But there are people, like radio disc jockey Yasmin Yusoff, who come to office because they (gasp) actually want to.
A bionic muscle stimulator reverses muscle atrophy, strengthens joints and enhances flexibility in those who have suffered stroke and spinal cord injuries, writes LINDA MARSA.
THERE is warfare on the roads with thousands of on-the-spot deaths a year. If they#8217;re lucky, 1% of the critical cases survives upon reaching the hospital.
RITA Gomez Biddulph was not one to let difficult situations prevent her from reaching her dreams. Overcoming financial obstacles, she worked her way to an amazing career as a journalist for Reuters and then lawyer for the UK Government. ELIZABETH TAI met her in London recently.
WHETHER it is a road accident, a fire, a landslide or any other calamity, these men will be there in the thick of action, driven by a common goal: to rescue the wounded. In an emergency, every second counts and it is often a race against time as they battle overwhelming odds to save precious lives.