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POEMS SACRED AND PROFANE - Review by ALIA ANREEN

Ban on free plastic bags

TAIWAN authorities slapped a ban on the free distribution of disposable polystyrene tableware and plastic bags last Wednesday despite an outcry from the industry.

The sweet affliction

There are presently 177 million diabetics in the world and this will hit 300 million in 2025. Now that's a lot of sweetness that we can do without, writes Dr P.K. YAP.

Beer belly gene

Scientists have discovered a certain gene variation that predisposes men to a drooping gut. The genes make such men more likely to gain the kilos and develop a spare tyre around the middle.

Blues see red

Chelsea taking on United at Old Trafford holds promise of being a thrilling red-hot match especially when the stakes are really high, writes SHAUN ORANGE.

The Hippocratic Oath today

Hippocrates was the catalyst that propelled medicine to what it is today.

Father of medicine

PAUL YEO discuss about medicine and the man who drag medicine out of the quagmire of superstition and spirituality rampant in ancient times and make it a science based on observation and the study of the human body.

The Hippocratic Oath today

Hippocrates was the catalyst that propelled medicine to what it is today.

Jailhouse moonshine

US prison officials struggle to put a cork in inmates#8217; illegal alcoholic brew called pruno, writes RICHARD FAUSSET.

The cases for and against

Mercury amalgam#8217;s 150-year history as a dental restorative has been marked by occasional eruptions of controversy over its safety. Following is a synopsis of the opposing arguments.