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  1. Skin patch melts 'love-handles' in mice: Study

    US researchers have developed a skin patch that can melt fat in mice, and future tests will reveal whether it could treat obesity and diabetes in ...
  2. Cassini readies final plunge into Saturn

    NASA's Cassini probe is counting its final hours before one last plunge into Saturn on Friday that will cap a fruitful 13-year mission that ...
  3. Commentary: Aung San Suu Kyi's political realities and the murky path to peace in Rakhine

    The international community should focus on ceasing hostilities and finding a long-term approach to the complex Rohingya issue instead of ...
  4. Commentary: Finding filial duty, spiritual charity in Hungry Ghost Festival rituals

    Roadside offerings spring up and people burn paper effigies. Terence Heng explores the deeper meaning behind these practices of the seventh month ...
  5. Commentary: Three qualities of a good candidate for President

    The next President of Singapore must possess an analytical mind, a strong understanding of Singapore's public service and most of all humility, ...
  6. Will 7-year low car COE prices continue to fall?

    Transport analysts also note the growing influence of private-hire operators like Grab and Uber on Certificate of Entitlement premiums.
  7. HDB inks agreements worth S$10.7m to boost construction productivity, bring communities together

  8. How much weight do I need to lose to prevent diabetes?

    Prediabetes can be treated with medication but most patients prefer to try weight loss and exercise first.
  9. Age like a former athlete

    Squirreling away fitness when we are young with sustained, frequent exercise might help to blunt some of the losses later.
  10. Commentary: A past littered with Brexits shaped great power politics in Asia

    Brexit is not a new phenomenon, and the UK’s retreat after World War II offers valuable lessons, argues Ngoei Wen-Qing.

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