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Education

Our budding artists

THE verdict is out! The country winners of the Malaysian leg of the recently-concluded Accu-Chek Global Art Contest 2004 have been announced.

AseanPlus News

Study: Senior execs healthier

DESPITE packed schedules, heavy wining and dining, and sedentary lifestyles, chief executive officers and senior executives here seem to be healthier than the ordinary worker, according to the findings of one medical company.

Health

Wary of an influenza pandemic

First, it was the Spanish (human) flu. Then followed a few major human flu outbreaks that had significant impact. Now, there's a fear of influenza viruses from animals crossing the species barrier and resulting in human-to-human transmission, writes HOOI YOU CHING.

Health

The nature of vaccines

An influenza vaccine contains three strains (two type A and one type B), representing the flu viruses likely to circulate in the upcoming season.

Health

Starting cholesterol drugs

ONE of the most remarkable developments in the management of coronary heart disease has been the understanding and recognition that high blood cholesterol level is indeed the primary culprit in predisposing people to this dreaded disease.

Nation

RM1 to feed five children

Berita Harian highlighted the plight of a 33-year-old mother, who had received only RM1 from her husband to care for her five children, one who is paralysed and another who suffers from various ailments.

Nation

Mum and son consume weedkiller

A three-year-old boy has died and his mother is fighting for her life after both are believed to have consumed weedkiller in a hotel room in Sibu.

Lifestyle

When to stop – or restart

IF YOU experience chest pains while having sex, stop.

Lifestyle

A real pain

By MARY SCHNEIDER

Health

Together in mind and body

Today is World Mental Health Day. The theme this year is 'The Relationship between Physical and Mental Health: Co-occurring Disorders', an issue that needs to be addressed because of the tendency by healthcare providers to separate mental health.