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Your heart is in your hands

Heart disease ranks way up there as a major killer in the world today. Take steps to care for your heart before it fails you, writes YAM CHER SENG.

Lifestyle

Cooked watermelons?

RED is an eye-catching colour. It attracts attention and is used to warn of dangers or emergencies. Fruits with red flesh such as watermelon never fail to entice us to taste and enjoy its goodness.

Health

Cooked watermelons?

RED is an eye-catching colour. It attracts attention and is used to warn of dangers or emergencies. Fruits with red flesh such as watermelon never fail to entice us to taste and enjoy its goodness.

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A stroke in time

STROKE is usually an age-related disease. Unfortunate, but true, a reflection of the many things that start going wrong as the numbers add up in the column of life marked #8220;age#8221;. Otherwise called a brain attack, strokes are often devastating and leave the victim with considerable disability and handicap.

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Sugar and cancer

Researchers concluded that despite advances in screening and treatment of the colon cancer, no benefit in survival has occurred to date.

Health

Sweet life?

Kate, 29, reflects on modern life, ex-boyfriends and, of all things, eating right.

Business

Cheer up with financial planning

AS people around the world pray for a quick resolution to the American-led invasion of Iraq, one thing is evident: The affluent among us are growing convinced we live in an increasingly unpredictable era.

Lifestyle

Ten questions you'd like to ask a geneticist

While lifestyle is partly responsible for causing many illnesses that affect us as we age, our genes also play a part. Here, genetics professor Patrick Morrison answers your top 10 questions.

Health

Boost for the heart

Dual anti-platelet drugs show increased benefit to heart patients undergoing certain heart procedures, writes HOOI YOU CHING.

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Under the mistletoe

IT#8217;S debatable whether mistletoe inspires passion and increases fertility, as legend has it. It may, however, help some cancer patients.