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A romp through the realm of romance

Romance seldom falls out of favour. HELENA LOH reviews three such novels.

Lifestyle

Robot caregivers

Its bedside manner has kinks to work out, but an experimental robot may one day help the United States healthcare industry cope with burgeoning ranks of the elderly and ill.

Business

Omnicare bid turns hostile

Omnicare Inc, a provider of drugs to nursing homes, intends to launch a hostile tender offer to acquire rival NeighborCare for US$1.35bil cash.

World

Philly pair become world's oldest married couple

PHILADELPHIA (Reuters) - A 105-year-old survivor of the Nazi's Dachau concentration camp and his 100-year-old wife have earned the title of the world's oldest married couple.

World

Philly pair become world's oldest married couple

PHILADELPHIA (Reuters) - A 105-year-old survivor of the Nazi's Dachau concentration camp and his 100-year-old wife have earned the title of the world's oldest married couple.

Business

Mulpha makes foray in retirement industry

MULPHA International Bhd, which in recent months had been engaged in share buy-back transactions on Bursa Malaysia, intends to make a foray into retirement village industry with approval of a resolution to increase its stake in FKP Ltd of Australia.

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The beat goes on for retired entertainers

The applause died down long ago. But the retired actors, musicians and entertainers live on, at the Lillian Booth Actors' Home in Englewood.

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Easing the burden

Caregivers, especially those who are single, would appreciate any help to make their burden lighter. Lawyer Indran K. Naidu thinks that a support group for single caregivers is a good idea.

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Canadian actress gets behind the camera for Away From Her

Sarah Polley didn't intend to make her directing debut with I>Away From Her/I>. It just sort of happened that way, and now that the movie is opening, she's thrilled with the way things worked out.

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Flushed away

The healthcare industry is contributing to the contamination of the United States' drinking water supplies by dumping tons of unused drugs annually, an Associated Press investigation finds.