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Nation

School the best place to bring races together, says PM

The school is the best place to start national integration and racial harmony, Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Mahathir Mohamad said.

Nation

Abdullah: We'll not tolerate extremism

Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi allayed fears that the rise in terrorist activities in the region will affect Malaysia#8217;s political stability, and gave an assurance that he will not tolerate any form of extremism.

Lifestyle

Still at work

The expert who started the free-radical theory of ageing is still conducting research, though he retired 17 years ago, reports ERIC OLSON.

Health

Chocolate paradox

CAN chocolate really be good for you? Doesn#8217;t it contain compounds that are good for the heart? Isn#8217;t it true that chocolate won#8217;t raise your cholesterol? Yes and no. It#8217;s not that simple.

Nation

Heed Dr M's advice, says Ong

ALL Barisan Nasional component parties should take heed of Datuk Seri Dr Mahathir Mohamad#8217;s advice to remain united and place the party above self, said MCA president Datuk Seri Ong Ka Ting.

Nation

Umno: How to swim with the rest

COMMENT by WONG CHUN WAI

Letters

Umno: How to swim with the rest

COMMENT by WONG CHUN WAI

Nation

Pak Lah: Practise moderate lifestyle

Malaysians should adopt a moderate and balanced lifestyle in all fields and reject radical and extremist attitudes, said Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi.

Health

The masculine condition

As a general rule, men show enormous reluctance to seek medical help unless they are severely stricken. Men die five to six years earlier than women. They also tend to lead unhealthy lifestyle habits and take risks with their health as they are more likely to consume more than the recommended alcohol limits, to smoke, eat unhealthily and to be overweight.

Health

Practical eating for health

There is an easy way to healthy eating, without having to measure our meals, compute our calories, or weigh the fat, oil and sugar every time we eat, writes Dr TEE E SIONG.