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    Holy halo

    Life, Published on 09/07/2013

    » Despite the increasing intensity of the tropical monsoon, the sky can still give us a majestic sight. Our photographer recently captured a sun halo that rendered the curved and gilded roof of Wat Benchamabophit, or the Marble Temple, a mystical silhouette.


    Maps for the mind

    Life, Sukhumaporn Laiyok, Published on 09/07/2013

    » From the womb to the end of life, the human brain is constantly developing, but never more so than in the early years. Studies suggest the bulk of brain growth and development occurs after birth.


    Decoding dengue

    Life, Published on 09/07/2013

    » July is low season for tourism in Thailand since the rains keep most holidaymakers away, although some intrepid travellers may venture out to ride river rapids and more. One particular visitor, however, spells serious trouble for people. The Aedes aegypti mosquito, responsible for transmitting dengue, comes out to play in this season. With news agencies indicating the possibility of the largest-ever dengue epidemic in Thailand this year, we subject the disease to close scrutiny, analysing symptoms and preventative measures.


    Antibody clue to autism in children

    AFP, Published on 09/07/2013

    » PARIS - Researchers delving into the enigmatic disorder called autism said Tuesday they had found a group of maternal antibodies that target proteins in the foetus' developing brain.

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