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Those ol' blue jeans

WHETHER it#8217;s a sleepy former mining town in Nevada or the Calico Silver mine in California#8217;s Mojave Desert, the gold rush is still on in this present day.

Health

Generic drugs cost more

PRICES of generic drugs are rising almost twice as rapidly as prices of brand-name drugs, even as many insurers and the Bush administration are pressing Americans to switch in the name of saving money.

Lifestyle

Irksome bank rules

A fortnightly collaboration between StarWeekend and the Consumers Association ofPenang (CAP).

Lifestyle

Wine from berries

The cloudberry wine, which bears a slight resemblance to the sweet Hungarian Tokai wine, could make a smooth aperitif before dinner or be paired with cheeses and enjoyed with dessert.

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Curb waste at source

IN line with the efforts of our federal and local governments to manage the problem of decreasing landfills and increasing amounts of waste, I would like to offer a few suggestions.

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Specially made for Asians

#8216;LOCALISING products#8217; is the catchphrase for Neutrogena product development. LI EE KEE finds out what it entails.

Lifestyle

Half-hearted help

Niggling problems keeping you awake at night? The Gripe Box is a fortnightly collaboration between StarWeekend and the Consumers Association of Penang (CAP).

Health

Drugstore 2003: A preview of what’s to come

A wheelchair that climbs stairs and a little pill camera that takes pictures inside the intestine. Even the most astute prognosticator probably would not have predicted what had occurred in 2002. Perhaps 2003 will bring even bigger surprises inhealthcare, write JANE E. ALLEN and LINDA MARSA.

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Moveable multimedia feast

YOU are a busy CEO who loathes getting caught in traffic jams because that keeps you away from your office and delays your appointments. The best you can do to stay in touch is to keep your ear to your cell phone. That was then.

Lifestyle

Drugstore 2003: A preview of what’s to come

A wheelchair that climbs stairs and a little pill camera that takes pictures inside the intestine. Even the most astute prognosticator probably would not have predicted what had occurred in 2002. Perhaps 2003 will bring even bigger surprises inhealthcare, write JANE E. ALLEN and LINDA MARSA.