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Protect and share

Reseachers at French beauty brand Clarins work hand in glove with scientists to produce creams and lotions that stay true to the company's aims, reports TAN GIM EAN.

Money talks

How often have we heard individuals say they abhor plastic surgery? Very often, I#8217;m sure. But if there#8217;s so much contempt in the air, why does the crowd continue to stream into these clinics?

Feet first

For patients, bunion surgery was one step back, then two forward, writes BENEDICT CAREY.

Listen to your heart

The stethoscope, more than any other instrument, has been the doctor#8217;s greatest weapon in the fight against disease. It has undergone many changes through the centuries, and today the basic stethoscope is fast turning into a high-tech gadget with many functions, a far cry from the first stethoscope invented in the 19th century.

Living with cancer

The National Cancer Society of Malaysia (NCSM) recently initiated the start of its Resource and Wellness Centre. The aim of the centre #8211; to empower individuals by equipping them with the necessary support and information as guiding tools for a person diagnosed with cancer.

Geriatricians shortage

Poor pay, long working hours and the bother of having to deal with multiple ailments have discouraged doctors from specialising in health care for seniors, writes JANE E. ALLEN.

Home away from home

AGGRESSIVE logging and expansion of farm lands have robbed Peru#8217;s spectacled bears of their jungle home but a new nature preserve promises these solitary, nocturnal animals a safe sanctuary.

Taking a load off heavy bags

SCHOOLCHILDREN who lug around heavy backpacks are more likely to get hurt tripping over them than suffer back strains from carrying them, researchers said in a report published in the journal Pediatrics.

Drugs to come

EXCITING things are happening in medical research and these drugs are expected to be launched this year.

Hi-ho, hi-ho

The only reason most of us would go back to work on a public holiday (and grudgingly at that) would be the double overtime. But there are people, like radio disc jockey Yasmin Yusoff, who come to office because they (gasp) actually want to.