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Going Green, Baby! (Part 2)

Dietitian Edna Loh rounds up the dietary needs and challenges of vegans and vegetarians in the second part of this special feature.

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Replace your Missing Teeth with Dental Implants

An oral maxillofacial surgeon gives us the lowdown on dental implants – how it compares to other options and whether it’s suitable for everyone.

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Your Mom is Right. Eat Your Broccoli!

Well, not just broccoli. You should also eat cauliflower, mustard greens, broccoli sprouts, and brussels sprouts. These vegetables contain a helpful substance, sulforaphane.

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Shall we Tango?

When two pairs of left feet attempt the tango, they end up having a good time while getting a decent work out.

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When a Nosebleed May be Dangerous

At times we do wonder: can a nosebleed really be that dangerous? We decide to ask Dato’ Paduka Dr Balwant Singh Gendeh for the pesky details.

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Haunted Sleep

Obstructive sleep apnoea (OSA) can turn your days and nights into a real-life horror movie.

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Beauty sleep – it works!

Sometimes, the best solution to your beauty woes could be the simplest. According to research, not getting enough sleep leads to redder eyes, heavier eyebags and more noticeable wrinkles. Conversely, ...

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A Plant that is Simply Di-Vine

We have all heard about poison ivy, which can cause rashes and allergic reactions with just one touch. There are beneficial kinds of ivy, however, such as the English ivy.

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From Infertility to Parenthood

If you are having difficulties conceiving, no one would know better than you do how much of an emotional roller coaster ride it could be. However, the fertility treatments nowadays have advanced to of...

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Go Ginkgo

We may have heard much about the greatness of ginkgo, but how much do we really know? And what does scientific research have to say?

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Healthy Living
  • October 2016
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    Wide Awake

    The idea of going under the knife, particularly when it involves a crucial organ such as the brain is daunting in itself. Now, imagine undergoing brain surgery while being wide awake. Terrified? You n... [Read More]

    The Other Side of the Story

    Last month, Dr Jean Graille addressed some common myths associated with palm oil. This month, he talks about the possible reasons as to why palm oil has such a bad reputation among certain quarters. [Read More]

    Enjoy Intimacy in the Golden Years

    Intimacy remains an important, enriching aspect of our lives, no matter how old we are. An advisor for the Malaysian Healthy Ageing Society shares four tips on how we can still enjoy acts of love with... [Read More]

    Healthy Herbs

    Herbs can spice up a meal, and they can also do our body a whole lot of good. Let’s take a look at some frequently-mentioned herbs and their benefits. [Read More]

    A Matter of Fats

    Fats and oils – friend or foe? Are saturated fats still the villains, or is it fine to consume them again? We sit sat down with chief dietitian Mary Easaw to get to the fats, er, facts. [Read More]

    ‘O’ is for Oats

    Oatmeal isn’t your thing? No worries, there’s more to oats than just oatmeal. [Read More]

    The Miracle of Garlic

    Garlic is emerging as a promising home remedy for good oral health. [Read More]

    Forget Me Not

    Do you have a tendency to forget things? Well, it’s not too late to improve your memory. [Read More]

    Holistic Healing

    Discover Ayurveda, one of India’s most well-known traditional healthcare systems that originated more than 3,000 years ago. [Read More]

    Treat, Not Tolerate

    Still in pain even if it’s been several months since your surgery? Don’t brush it off as nothing; it very well could be a case of persistent post-operative pain. Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon Dr Jo... [Read More]

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