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Cancer a chronic disease by 2015

From the Malay Press: Cancer will become controllable and be defined as a chronic disease by 2015 worldwide, just like asthma and diabetes, according to a study in the United States.

Sharp-Roxy sees big market for air purifiers

SHARP-ROXY Sales amp; Service Co (M) Sdn Bhd aims to sell 12,000 units of its new range of I>Plasmacluster/Iair purifiers for the industrial and consumer markets within the next 12 months, said managing director Kiyoshi Yasumoto.

Foundation funds research on diabetes

THE promise of stem cells for curing diabetes has convinced an international research foundation to pump millions into such work in Singapore.

Prepare for a wild ride

Ian Adamson, adventure racer extraordinaire, gives LEE SIEW PENG the low-down on the Outdoor Quest racecourse in Sabah.

Miles of malls, loads to do

Don't know what to do over the next eight weeks of school vacation? Check out our list of exciting places to visit and things to do for every member of the family.

Back on track and set to forge ahead

By Seah Chiang Nee

Plastics conference to discuss regional, global trends and recycling

A BROAD range of topics from regional and global trends to profiting via recycling will be presented at the Second International Malaysia-Japan Plastics Conference 2004.

Jail and stiff fines for cloning of humans

UNSCRUPULOUS scientists caught trying to clone human beings will be jailed for up to 10 years under new laws being proposed to ensure science-friendly Singapore does not host bad medical research.

Factory output boosted by drugs sector

Singapore#8217;s factory output leapt ahead in October as the volatile pharmaceuticals sector stepped up production and electronics plants enjoyed a surge in demand from the United States, official data showed Wednesday.

Thrive in the right environment

LAST week we looked at the six common personality types and their traits. Each type has its own strengths and weaknesses. Furthermore as no one is one type and everyone is a mixture of types, we are all unique. We have talents, skills, values, personality traits, strengths and weaknesses of our own. Once we discover and identify them we will be in a better position to know what type of working environment we will be comfortable in.