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When an elder suddenly becomes confused, don't make the assumption that it's part of old age. Acute confusion is a sign of an underlying problem, and even if the elder appears otherwise well, it's best to seek medical advice as soon as possible.
Fifty years after a nuclear blast was felt on the Bikini Atoll, islanders are still suffering, writes BEN GRUBER.
Bullied and not allowed to practise, this petite woman was determined to prove herself to her countrymen when she entered the jealously-guarded male domain of neurosurgery in her native India. Dr T.S. Kanaka speaks to BRENDA BENEDICT about her distinction as Asia's first female neurosurgeon, her adventures in the operating theatre and the secret to being spry even when one is '71-years-young'.
Studies from medical and scientific journals appear regularly in the media, preceded by attractive headlines like I>Eating grapes prevents cancer/Ito tease us. TEE SHIAO EEK dons her lab coat to help the layperson understand the science of research and how to look at reported studies with a critical eye.