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arrow The astounding mental and physical strength of women

22-02-2010
The announcement by Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak, as published by the local media yesterday on the set up of Chair of Intellectual Women Leadership, is good news for the female gender.
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arrow Happiness helps when it comes to the heart

  19-02-2010
LONDON (AP): You've heard it before: to avoid a heart attack don't smoke, eat right and exercise. But it also may help to be happy, a new study says. Even if you're grumpy by nature, just try to be cheerful.

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arrow 10 tips for 2010

18-02-2010
In the light-hearted spirit of the season, hereís an easy-peasy, offbeat guide to staying healthy - our way of kicking off a brand new lunar year of wellness and wellbeing
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arrow Letís talk about postnatal depression

  11-02-2010
Having a baby is an important event in a womanís life. For what can seem like forever, her body has been undergoing major changes and she may have experienced considerable discomfort or even ill-health while pregnant. When the baby is born, the woman becomes responsible for the well-being of a small, vulnerable person, who has very immediate needs for care and attention.
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arrow Ten sex addicts a month seeking treatment

11-02-2010
An average of 10 sex addicts sought treatment at the Raffles Hospital in Singa-pore each month, reported Sin Chew Daily.
A doctor also revealed to the newspaper that out of the 10 patients seeking treatment, two were women.
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arrow Study links hormone to addiction, risk-taking

  9-02-2010
People with high levels of the hormone dopamine in the brain, and low sensitivity to it, tend to be greater risk takers and may be more prone to addictive behaviour, drug abuse and gambling, a study has found.
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