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Listen to your heart

The stethoscope, more than any other instrument, has been the doctor#8217;s greatest weapon in the fight against disease. It has undergone many changes through the centuries, and today the basic stethoscope is fast turning into a high-tech gadget with many functions, a far cry from the first stethoscope invented in the 19th century.

Lifestyle

Spiders reveal secret to building a better fence

Two years ago #8211; not long after the USS Cole was attacked by suicide terrorists in a speedboat #8211; acoustics expert David C. Swanson of Penn State University got into a discussion with two physicist friends about better ways to secure large, open expanses.

Lifestyle

Handy healthcare tool

WILL physicians of the future attend to a patient using only a handheld computing device? Three students from the International Medical University think so and want to create more awareness about the technology, writes ALLAN KOAY.

Lifestyle

Indonesian new wave

Renaissance to Rudi Soedjarwo, 31, and gang, is becoming a tiring word. #8220;It's not happening yet. We are only starting. It will happen but it is going to take time,#8221; says the young Indonesian director, bursting the bubble of excitement over the so-called revival of his home country's film scene.

Health

Asthma risk for babies

New research shows that children who go to bed with a bottle have a greater risk of wheezing episodes, which may contribute to asthma.

Health

Getting intimate with PAM

A pilot project in Kelantan will assess whether a computer programme tentatively named the Physical Activity Monitor (PAM) can be a fitness monitor as well as fitness programmer to help individuals lead a healthier lifestyle, writes B>MENG YEW CHOONG/B>.

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Getting intimate with PAM

A pilot project in Kelantan will assess whether a computer programme tentatively named the Physical Activity Monitor (PAM) can be a fitness monitor as well as fitness programmer to help individuals lead a healthier lifestyle, writes B>MENG YEW CHOONG/B>.

Lifestyle

Asthma risk for babies

New research shows that children who go to bed with a bottle have a greater risk of wheezing episodes, which may contribute to asthma.

Lifestyle

Exploring limits in art

A quick look around the major art spaces in the Klang Valley reveals an interesting start to the year in art, writes artist VICTOR CHIN.

Lifestyle

Cyber-code of Chinese chatterers

THE Chinese liking for homonyms and convenience has resulted in numbers and English abbreviations being used by cyber chatters, writes DOUG YOUNG.