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THE first 12 months are vital learning years for a baby. During this time there is no distinction between playing and learning.
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RACING for Recovery (R4R) was a result of a realisation by one man, Todd Crandell, that he had a story to tell.
In the concluding part of the report on I>Building an Innovative Healthcare System: Options for Malaysia/Iby LOH FOON FONG, who received the World Health Organisation Journalism Fellowship recently and was sent on exposure trips to Switzerland and Sweden, she writes on private healthcare.
They may not be diamonds, but semi-precious gemstones have a lustre that#8217;s hard to resist. When it comes to costume jewellery, semi-precious gemstones are the answer to fragile beads and tacky coloured glass. They make a bold fashion statement, no two are exactly alike, they don#8217;t cost a body part, and they are awfully pretty. Just take a cue from celebrities like Cameron Diaz, Estella Warren and Malaysian actress, Lee Sin-Jie of I>The Eye/Ifame, and keep the look clutter-free.
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.
NIGHT Amulet from ettusais is a powder-form skincare protection for women#8217;s complexion. It works while you sleep at night to improve rough skin by absorbing and controlling the cause of roughness.
Among the complaints one collects as one approaches the mid-years, excessive skin pigmentation is one of the niggling ones. IRENE KIEW looks at what Dermalogica has done to address the problem.
Malaysians are getting a kick out of 'hapkido', a little-known martial art that combines Korean taekwondo and Japanese 'aikijujitsu'. Just the thing for women who want to pick up self-defence skill.
Daily dialysis patients spend half as much time in the hospital and have fewer treatment-related symptoms,writes LINDA MARSA.