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    Where tea & History entwine

    Life, Parisa Pichitmarn, Published on 06/08/2013

    » Even nine cups of tea a day is still considered a bit much for the typical Brit, but any less would make it an "unsatisfactory tea-drinking day" for Stephen Twining. For the 10th generation descendant of a centuries-old business family, Twinings of London, which has taken part in solidifying tea as a cultural icon of the English, a day gone by without a cuppa leaves him a tad queasy.

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    Does mouthwash work?

    Life, Sukhumaporn Laiyok, Published on 06/08/2013

    » A brief gargle with mouthwash gives one fresh, minty-fragrant breath and a clean mouth and helps create a very favourable impression on others, while foul breath causes a bad first impression and makes intimacy unpleasant. This is a message proclaimed by the flood of mouthwash advertisements in the media, and particularly on TV, in recent years.

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    Power up your exercise

    Life, Napamon Roongwitoo, Published on 06/08/2013

    » The recently launched Fitness First Asia Flagship Club at Siam Paragon boasts numerous cutting-edge workout innovations that break away from the usual gym environment. Covering more than 4,000m2, the fitness centre has introduced fresh and fun workout equipment to give gym-goers an injection of excitement, such as Trixter bikes (biking meets game software for virtual racing with others), RIP 60s (rotating straps for strength training and balancing), battle ropes (muscle training using a heavy rope), Bosu balls (an exercise ball cut in half) and Power Plates (vibration equipment).

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    Turning back time

    Life, Noko, Published on 06/08/2013

    » Reversing the ravages of time is now more possible than ever with laser beams and beauty injections used in cosmetic dermatology. Skincare companies thus have to keep pace with advanced wrinkle-control approaches.

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    Listen to the valves of the heart

    Life, Dr Nithi Mahanonda, Published on 06/08/2013

    » A patient once asked me whether a heart could talk, because doctors always listen to it. I corrected him that I actually listen to the heart valves most of the time, and no, they don't talk. Or maybe they do, but in a language incomprehensible for us human beings.


    Chalerm bill on House agenda

    News, Published on 06/08/2013

    » A blanket amnesty bill proposed by Labour Minister Chalerm Yubamrung has been included on the House agenda for deliberation on Wednesday and Thursday.

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    Dumex dairy goods tested for bacteria

    News, Published on 06/08/2013

    » The Food and Drug Administration has begun examining recalled Dumex dairy products after some were feared to be contaminated with bacteria that causes botulism.


    Marine Dept set to assess spill damage

    News, Published on 06/08/2013

    » The Marine Department is set to proceed with damage assessment and rehabilitation in Koh Samet's Ao Phrao now the clean-up of the PTT Global Chemical (PTTGC) oil spill is almost complete.


    Prayuth slams coup talk, army plays down tank moves

    News, Wassana Nanuam, Published on 06/08/2013

    » Army chief Gen Prayuth Chan-ocha yesterday lambasted those responsible for spreading rumours of an imminent coup.


    Road closures irk workers, students as traffic clogs up

    News, Post Reporters, Published on 06/08/2013

    » The government's closure of roads leading to parliament and Government House during the anti-amnesty bill protest has become a major inconvenience for workers and students in those areas.

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