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How's this for the ultimate 4-in-1: become an amateur underwater scientist, help in scuba clean-up, learn excellant buoyancy and...take part in an underwater wedding! ANDREW SIA got wet during the marine marriage last week. Now here's the rest of the story.
Ten dietary commandments you should follow if you want a healthy heart, says cardiologist David M. Colquhoun, who is also University of Queensland associate professor of medicine.
THE paradox of atypical pneumonia is that its symptoms are typical of pneumonia. The only difference is that an unknown or new agent causes it and its infection does not respond to antibiotics commonly used for community-acquired pneumonia.
ASIAN countries should fight the fear caused by severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS), which could bring negative impact to economic development, experts said in Beijing on Tuesday at a forum called 'SARS and Asia's Economy - Impacts and Policy Recommendations.'
B>BEIJING/B>: The spread of SARS seems to be slowing here and in Hong Kong but accelerating in Taiwan, while separate studies in Singapore suggest the virus may have been in humans longer than first thought and now could be killing more men than women.