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    A brief overview of sports injuries

    Life, Published on 25/09/2018

    » Though being active in sports at the professional or leisure level is associated with good health, the physical extremes that such activities require are often the source of annoying and sometimes debilitating injuries.


    Doping not the name of the game

    Life, Arusa Pisuthipan, Published on 02/08/2016

    » Thai badminton darling Ratchanok "Nong May" Intanon has finally walked free of her doping scandal after she tested positive for a drug used for a knee injury. The Badminton World Federation decided Ratchanok had not technically abused the anti-doping rules.


    New year, new goals

    Guru, Published on 08/01/2016

    » New Year's is the perfect time to overindulge in everything that's not considered a vegetable -- aside from potatoes deep-fried in lard, of course. And if that immediate sense of subsequent guilt hasn't yet kicked in, good for you. But most of us are probably trying to make up for excessive caloric intake by setting new health and fitness goals. Here are a few tips and easy exercise plans from four experts who know how to get the job done.


    Every May Day struggle

    Life, Published on 01/05/2015

    » Prairat Senkram, 42, is a factory worker who sorts shrimps into different sizes for export at a seafood factory in Samut Sakhon. She works six days a week and receives 320 baht for an eight-hour day.


    Shaped by their childhoods

    Muse, Published on 10/01/2015

    » To mark National Children's Day, Muse sits down with four prominent women to examine how their upbringings made them who they are today


    Fit, Firm, Fun

    Guru, Jarupat Buranastidporn, Published on 29/08/2014

    » We're all guilty of finding every excuse to cancel our morning jog with a friend, whether we're too hungover or the prospect of running in this heat is just too much to handle. Now, we know that going to the gym is pretty darn boring; the floor usually smells and the treadmill is always being used by fit seniors running at a much faster pace than you. So to help you stop making excuses, we've scoured the city searching for fun alternative sporting activities — apart from jogging and sit-ups — that will get you fit and firm with the fun.


    Come apply with me

    Brunch, Published on 31/08/2014

    » Never before have I woken up with my hair looking so perfect. A few strands were out of place, but it was nothing a quick spritz of hairspray couldn't fix. My neck was aching a little from trying to lie still throughout the night, not that you can really control these things when sleeping, to keep the 800-baht hairstyle intact.


    Fishy football supporters

    Life, Published on 27/06/2014

    » Beautiful fish whose colours match the jerseys of top teams competing in this year’s World Cup tournament will be the highlight of the 26th Pramong Nomklao Fair, which opens today at Future Park, Rangsit.


    Give TB the boot

    Life, Published on 21/03/2014

    » The World Vision Foundation of Thailand (WVFT) has organised the second “Happy TB-Free Friday” event today to raise awareness of the prevention, detection and treatment of tuberculosis (TB).


    Food trends that need to die

    Brunch, Published on 30/03/2014

    » Like everything else wrong with the world today, these frustrating food trends are social media’s fault. Thanks to Line, Facebook and Instagram, every meal we eat has to be documented, tagged and uploaded to the collective cloud of unconsciousness.

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