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Don’t be shy of tougher measures on the roads

ENOUGH is enough: far too many people have been killed and maimed in horrible traffic accidents on our roads. These painful events are all the more tragic when virtually all of them are so avoidable and unnecessary.

Health

Boosting male fertility

It is estimated that between 10 to 15% of Malaysian couples attempting their first pregnancy meet with failure. Defective sperm function is acknowledged to be the most common cause of more than 90% of male infertility cases.

Lifestyle

Plant placenta for the skin

SHEELA CHANDRAN goes through the latest beauty products on the shelves.

Health

Crystal dowsing and protection

By JAGUAR SPEAKS.

Business

Thaksin on regional bond initiative

THAI Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra has called on Apec to consider a so-called regional bond initiative as a #147;new financial architecture#148; and an instrument that could help countries eliminate the severity of cyclical changes in their economies.

Business

Microsoft faces EU fine, curbs over Windows

US software giant Microsoft Corp faces a European Commission fine over charges it abused the dominance of its Windows operating system and may be ordered to share vital software with competitors.

Nation

Kayveas: Federal Govt should pick council heads

Heads of local councils should be appointed by the Federal Government and not by the state as practised now for more effective monitoring of their performance, Deputy Housing and Local Government Minister Datuk M. Kayveas said.

Health

Snuff it out

In conjunction with World No Tobacco Day which falls on Saturday, ALLAN KOAY talks to an expert about why smokers should not let their health go up in smoke.

Education

Going far with words

LONDON awaits the two winners of the English Speaking Union (ESU) Malaysia#8217;s Public Speaking Competition 2003, Mia Germain-Palencia and Jean Lee.

Health

Putting asthma on the run

Dolores DaSilva of Stamford, Connecticut, thought she was doing a pretty good job controlling her son Jonathan's asthma with medication and trips to the doctor.