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Colours can enhance one’s personal well-being and/or improve the feng shui of your house or office.
The desire to ‘lean in’ at work must, occasionally, be superseded by the need to keel over. A nap isn’t always bad.
TEXTING while walking impairs a person’s ability to follow a straight line and keep a normal pace, and may pose risks to pedestrians, according to a study out recently.
TACKLING weight loss could be as simple – or uncomfortable – as lowering the thermostat and living in chillier conditions.
Implementing a community sports programme can be challenging, but the rewards are aplenty.
In 2006, after a decade of working in the unit trust industry, boredom and uncertainty began to set in for 37-year-old Josephine Phang Lai Foong.
COPD is a progressive life-threatening disease that is often misdiagnosed.
One of man’s best animal friends has inspired many English idioms, including a few relating to our bodies.
Medicinal wine has a long history of use in many cultures worldwide, all in the name of good health.
There is just no horse-ing around with Chinese New Year rituals.