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From tight underwear to an extra sex chromsome, the various causes of infertility can be a real bummer to a couple planning to make babies.
DOES your child appear unhappy, tense and lacking in confidence? Does he have difficulty concentrating on academic work? If the answer is yes, Brain Jim#8217;s Club could help him shake off the negativity, replacing it with a more positive attitude towards learning.
Massage is increasingly becoming an important adjunct to health and fitness. MAJORIE CHIEW checks out the ancient art of Thai massage.
Are there really such things as aphrodisiacs to boost the human libido? COLIN KHOO talks to a Western and Chinese health practitioner about things libidinous in nature.
Here#8217;s a man who knows no fear, or little anyway. He#8217;s taking part in a duathlon involving a 10km run, a 50km bike ride and culminating with another 5km run, all this inspite of a heart bypass operation. HOOI YOU CHING sweats profusely just talking to the man.
SOMEONE like Peter Lau who has had a bypass operation but who continues to compete in endurance sports like marathon running and triathlons is more the exception than the rule, says his physician, consultant cardiologist Dr Lawrence Chan.
Angioplasty procedures are carried out more often than bypass graft surgery, writes ED SUSMAN.
MAJORIE CHIEW looks at the problem of infertility, its causes and possible treatments.
FOR most people, wound care means slapping on a Band-Aid. But for those who suffer from certain chronic diseases, a little blister or a bump on the shin can cause wounds that require months of treatment, including surgery, daily dressings or weeks breathing pure oxygen in a hyperbaric chamber.