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AS THE Chinese prepare to welcome the Year of the Goat in just a few weeks, maternity hospitals throughout the country are packed with women waiting to have their babies born before Jan 31, the last day of the Year of the Horse.
Babies whose mothers are exposed to tobacco smoke during pregnancy stand a higher risk of dying suddenly in their sleep, according to the National Clearing House for Tobacco Control (C-Tob), an organisation based at Universiti Sains Malaysia.
How often have we heard individuals say they abhor plastic surgery? Very often, I#8217;m sure. But if there#8217;s so much contempt in the air, why does the crowd continue to stream into these clinics?
Highlights on: A study on coffee drinkers; Unanswered questions about fibre and cancer; Depression may raise risk of premature births; Abdominal fat could be linked to bone density
Tired of the old you? There#8217;s always plastic surgery to give you a new outlook on life. HOOI YOU CHING nips in to the plastic surgeon#8217;s practice and discovers the wonderful world of plastic.
AT THE Clarins Institute, therapists put their hearts and minds into their hands. In Paris, TAN GIM EAN meets two women behind the treatments.
FOR women, eating for two begins well before conception. The choice of appropriate food for women is something that we should be familiar with.
CHINESE scientists succeeded in breeding 10 giant pandas, a rare species on the brink of extinction, in 2002.
BY TAN KAH PENG