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Fatty acids for women

Without fats, we are unable to withstand the cold weather or shock, neither are we able to obtain the fat-soluble vitamins which are vital for health. However, too much fat and the wrong type of fat would also mean bad news.

Fallout from Sept 11 aftershock

THE opinion poll on Iraq was indeed an eye-opener: some 45% in Britain said President George W. Bush was 'as big a threat' as President Saddam Hussein to world peace.

More parents taking children to court

A GROWING number of parents are taking their children to court for running away from home, playing truant or keeping bad company.

Food trivia

SHELDON MARGEN and DALE A. OGAR sift through useful nutrition facts that come in quite handy in preparing or eating food.

The new pyramid

An article that was recently published in the journal I>Scientific American/Iis turning mainstream dietary beliefs upside down.

Brokerage firms offer mixed calls on MAS

HWANG-DBS Securities said it is maintaining a #8220;buy#8221; call on Malaysian Airline System Bhd as its cargo arm MASKargo#8217;s plan to trans-ship cargo from Port Klang is expected to boost sales and earnings quickly.

Debunking food myths

From magnetised water to chickens that make men grow breasts, SEE YEE AI examines some of the food myths that abound, and sets about tearing down the house of cards that shelter such myths.

Scott English sees Tata sales exceeding 2002 target

DRB-HICOM Bhd subsidiary Scott amp; English (M) Sdn Bhd is expecting this year#039;s sales of Tata vehicles to surpass the RM60mil achieved last year.

US music retailers in Net joint venture

Major US music retailers have launched a service to deliver music via the Internet, a step they hope will save them from piracy that has raged on even after the demise of the Napster online song-swapping service.

PTP right on target

WHEN Malaysia Mining Corp Bhd (MMC) paid a whopping RM1.6 billion for a 50.1 per cent stake in Port of Tanjung Pelepas (PTP), many were sceptical, suggesting that the conglomerate's acquisition was questionable given the long gestation period of a port operator and its hefty capital expenditure.