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  1. Manufacturing Depression

    Posted Mar 13th 2011, 12:00am by Charmaine Chan

    ... Manufacturing Depression by Gary Greenberg Bloomsbury HK$130 Psychotherapist Gary Greenberg, an 'officially depressed person', believes the medical industry has too much power over our inner lives - in naming our pain, then selling us pills to n ...

  2. Supplements:

    Posted Feb 11th 2011, 12:00am by Tessa Chan

    ... Barlean's Greens Brand: Barlean's Claim: This superfood powder is an easy way to get all your greens in one go. Mix it into tea, water or smoothies to support the cleansing of vital organs, body tissues and blood supply. It provides a blend of l ...

  3. Perfect food for troubled sleepers

    Posted Nov 21st 2010, 12:00am by Wynnie Chan

    ... (when a skewer or chopstick inserted into the centre comes out clean). 5 Cool on wire rack; cut up and wrap in cling film. Keep in fridge for up to two days. Wynnie Chan is a British-trained ...

  4. The importance of protein

    Posted May 26th 2009, 12:00am by Wynnie Chan

    ... Wynnie Chan We all need to eat protein, but why, what does it do, where does it come from and how much do we need to eat? Protein provides building blocks that are needed to build, repair and maintain all your body tissues. Your muscles, heart, kidneys, lungs, skin, blood cells, enzymes, hormones and immune system are all made from protein. Proteins are also needed to provide your body ...

  5. Too sore to speak

    Posted May 05th 2009, 12:00am by Wynnie Chan

    ... Wynnie Chan Ouch, you're eating something and you accidently bite the inside of your cheek. The next thing you know, you have a painful mouth ulcer. It's tender, it's swollen, you have problems chewing or brushing your teeth, and you can't eat spicy, salty or sour foods because it hurts so much. Often, it's difficult even to speak. You can get mouth ...

  6. Are supplements a waste of time?

    Posted Apr 26th 2009, 12:00am by Wynnie Chan

    ... Wynnie Chan Justin asks: My mum makes me take omega 3 and cod liver oil supplements, and blueberry extracts. I hate taking them - can't we get the benefits from real food? Wynnie ... and athletics teams. Wynnie Chan is a British-trained nutritionist. If you've got a question for her or would like to be featured in this column, e-mail nutrition@scmp.com ...

  7. The power of blue

    Posted Nov 30th 2008, 12:00am by Wynnie Chan

    ... This week Larissa Yong, 16 Larissa asks: Are blueberries really good for the eyes? Wynnie says: Blueberries reached superfood status in 2005, and UK sales rocketed by 185 per cent. Some analysts say sales of the blue stuff amounted to #95 million (HK$1.13 ...

  8. Faster diagnosis with new 3D scanner

    Posted Aug 22nd 2008, 12:00am by May Chan

    ... May Chan More than 380 patients have used a US$3 million computed tomography scanner at the Hong Kong Sanatorium and Hospital since last month. The hi-tech Aquilion One scanner can capture real-time images of an organ and deliver a 3D whole-organ scan in less than a second. Gladys Lo, radiologist-in-charge, said it had increased the speed and accuracy of diagnosis. The scanner ...

  9. Easter with benefits

    Posted Mar 23rd 2008, 12:00am by Wynnie Chan

    ... Wynnie Chan This week Rachel Wong, 14 Rachel asks: Are Easter eggs good for you? Wynnie says: Dark chocolate may protect against heart disease and high blood pressure, so eating a little may be good. But don't wolf down too much - chocolate is loaded with calories and fat. A 100g chocolate bar contains more than 500 kilocalories and about 30g of fat; this is more than ...

  10. Aids orphans need love and care,says singer

    Posted Dec 07th 2007, 12:00am by Michelle Chan

    ... HIV-infected children hope they will be treated as normal people one day, writes Michelle Chan To mark World Aids Day, which falls on December 1, four HIV-infected children from China and Thailand were invited by the Hong Kong Committee for Unicef (United Nations Children's Fund) last week to share their experiences about the deadly disease. All the children, aged 12 to 15, had ...




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