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Blending the colours

SPRING 2003 is upon us, and Christian Dior unveils the 2003 Spring New Look with casual chic, urban and dynamic make-up.

How all those flavours develop

TO become an accomplished wine taster and to appreciate wine, knowing a bit about how wine is made helps says b>Ed Soon./b>

Locking free radicals

This is not the first time that you are reading about free radicals and it certainly will not be the last. Let us first define the term.

Men need it, too

Research links calcium and folate to the prevention of many illnesses and conditions in men, including heart attacks, cancer and low sperm counts, writes b>Timothy Gower./B>

A hairy mess

A letter from a wife seeking advice on her husband balding problem.

May God bless all women

B>J/B>AKARTA: This International Women's Day, the eyes of the world are focused on women: the poor, rich, illiterate, highly educated, housewives, the jobless, career women, traditional, modern, young, old, married and single.

Pamper yourself

Thalgo Marine Spa uses the wealth of the sea to help you dissolve stress, restore vitality, treat dermatological disorders or simply to regain a healthy equilibrium.

Brains behind brand

B>A/B>T FIRST glance, Aliza Jabès comes across as a stunningly beautiful woman who seems content to stay at home and be beautiful. But don#146;t let that fool you. Once she begins talking about her passions #150; her company, Laboratoire NUXE, and her two young sons #150; the 39-year-old Frenchwoman is indeed a financial whiz of sorts. Seated elegantly in her office at Rue Pierre Charron in central Paris, Jabès can smile brightly now that NUXE is doing well in the highly competitive cosmetics market.

Old man's drug losing out to trendy ones

HEROIN abuse, the spread of which sparked Singapore#8217;s anti-drug crackdown 25 years ago, is on the decline.

Remembering not to forget

Senior citizens have countless stories about their frustrating (and sometimes amusing) experiences of being forgetful, at home and elsewhere.