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Lifestyle

Giving your body a lift

DO YOU want to experience an unusual massage? The therapist wears gloves and you can feel vibratory movements originating from the microlifting current when her hands glide over your back. The result? Pure relaxation.

Health

Local study on men

The Women and Family Development Ministry is supporting a local study that will look at various aspects of men's health.

Health

Fighting cancer with nutrition

DR Max Gerson stunned the world in 1958 when he claimed he found a cure for cancer. Such revelations would receive the same reaction as they would today - with initial amazement and disbelief.

Nation

Official: Adopt preventive healthcare

Some 114 people died of stroke at government hospitals in Sarawak last year because of such reasons as high blood pressure, heart diseases, smoking and diabetes.

Lifestyle

Outcry over trees

The felling of several old shady neem trees in a quaint part of George Town to make way for the Penang Gold Bazaar project has sparked off a fusillade of protest from nature lovers and traders in the area.

Lifestyle

Cure for ailments

NEEM, which is often mentioned in ancient Indian texts, is now hailed as a tree with enormous potential.

Health

Just do it, man

A local survey on men#8217;s health is inviting 500 men to have free medical tests to look at men#8217;s health in general. And no, you can#8217;t volunteer. Participation is strictly by invitation only. It#8217;s true, some men have all the luck.

Health

Boys will be boys

WHAT makes a man tick? Many women have been known to ask this question, but let#8217;s steer clear of that one and stick to the biology of it. Blame it on the sex chromosomes, X-chromosome and Y-chromosome. Put two X chromosomes together and a girl develops; put an X and a Y-chromosome together and a boy develops.

Health

Qigong and total wellness

By AMIR FARID ISAHAK.

Nation

Ong: China excellent for business

MALAYSIANS have been advised to start business ventures in China which, according to Housing and Local Government Minister Datuk Seri Ong Ka Ting, provides a big market as well as business opportunities.