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arrow Personal conflicts biggest cause of murders in U.S.

14-05-2010
The first systematic, in-depth look at murder and suicide in the United States shows that personal conflicts are the major factor in such deaths, as opposed to random violence or other crime.
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arrow Too much of a good thing

  13-05-2010
Day and night, Lee Mi-hwa’s son stays on his computer, slaying dragons in his online fantasy world while his dinner and homework sit untouched.
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arrow Kasih sayang pulihkan skizofrenia

3-05-2010
Rai Man berusia 30 tahun dan masih bujang. Dia menyewa sebuah pangsapuri di sekitar ibu kota. Sebelum memegang jawatan eksekutif di sebuah bank, dia pernah beberapa kali bekerja di tempat lain.
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arrow Backing for autistic children

  27-04-2010
Parents, family members and caregivers of children suffering from autistic spectrum disorder (ASD) are urged to form a family-link support group and come together as one voice to fight for their benefits.

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arrow Be wary of using the cane

27-04-2010
Dr Lai Fong Hwa, a child and adolescent psychiatrist from Penang Hospital, said the rotan should be approached with the utmost caution to avoid negative repercussions between parent and child.
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arrow Korea tries to tackle big problems from Internet addicts

  27-04-2010
SEOUL, South Korea: Day and night, Lee Mi-hwa's son stays on his computer, slaying dragons in his online fantasy world while his dinner and homework sit untouched.
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