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A life less safe

THE latest reads on the shelves.

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Boyhood hell in Brighton

AT FIVE, Gonzague Saint Bris, was #8216;exiled#8217; to an old folks#8217; home #8211; 50 years on, the tale of his traumatic experience has become a bestseller in his native France. KIM WILLSHERIN reports.

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Heart in the right place

ONE of Malaysia#8217;s most accomplished women has been chosen to act on the world#8217;s stage to better the lot of women and children everywhere. LI EE KEE has the story.

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Are Your Words Telling Your Tale Plainly?

IF you have a message to convey, check your words to see how many can be replaced with better choices or cut entirely.

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Journey into Cambodia

Even today, the aura of grandeur and power still emanates from Cambodia#8217;s enigmatic Khmer past, attracting travellers from near and far to one of the most beautiful monuments ever built #8211; the majestic Angkor temples.

Health

Ageing and the immune system

OUR immune system works around the clock in thousands of different ways, but it does its work largely unnoticed. The only time we really notice our immune system is when it fails - we catch a cold, suffer bouts of diarrhoea or experience allergies.

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Ageing and the immune system

OUR immune system works around the clock in thousands of different ways, but it does its work largely unnoticed. The only time we really notice our immune system is when it fails - we catch a cold, suffer bouts of diarrhoea or experience allergies.

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Battle gear for the super soldier

Imagine a futuristic battleground where soldier uniforms as light as paper resist bullets, treat wounds, and detect chemical and biological poisons, where soft fabrics morph into splints, and battle suit sensors relay details about a soldier's location and physical condition to headquarters.

Health

Scepticism and mistrust about clinical trials

Clinical trials are essential to medical progress #8211; they#8217;re the only way of testing whether new drugs, surgical techniques or experimental devices actually work. But researchers are finding it increasingly difficult to find volunteers. A new study illuminates part of the problem.

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Sighseeing in Shenzhen

Shenzhen is considered 'mid-sized' by Chinese standards. A city is only classified as 'big' if its population ranges between seven and 10 million. Cities like Shanghai and Beijing would fall into this category, FAM LEE KEN writes.