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  1. Send in your questions about health

    Posted Aug 29th 2007, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... MAN-KIN Pun U Association Wah Yan Primary School Thanks for your letter, Teddy. I think you'd be really interested in the new column that will begin in the Sunday Young Post next month. ... Wynnie will also be continuing her health column in the daily Young Post on Tuesdays. The 'Ask Wynnie' column will begin on September 16. It is part of a revamp of the Sunday Young ...

  2. Look out for our new health column in September

    Posted Aug 10th 2006, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... good to hear that you are health conscious. You understand that a balanced diet and exercise are the keys to good health. The Young Post is fortunate to have Wynnie Chan, a trained nutritionist, as our health reporter. She writes a health column in the Sunday Young Post, profiling a teen each week and discussing their diet. I think, David, that you'd find it really ...

  3. Learn to lead a healthy life with new YP column

    Posted Aug 26th 2005, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... are relaunching the Young Post on September 12, and as part of the new look Young Post we are going to have a health page. I'm pleased to tell you that one of the contributors to the health page ...

  4. Don't Panic

    Posted Jun 12th 2009, 12:00am by Susan Ramsay

    ... has asked parents to keep their children away from crowded places, and if you can you should avoid them too. But in the meantime Young Post caught up with Sunday Young Post's advice ...

  5. Double-edged sword

    Posted Nov 03rd 2009, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... also sure many are going to curse technology when their homework comes flooding in. While the flu doesn't appear to be too serious it is spreading very quickly and Young Post reminds ...

  6. UV alert

    Posted May 27th 2005, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... life,' said Peter Hutchison, chairman of the Cancer Society of New Zealand. HKCF would like Young Post readers to name its SunSmart turtle. E-mail your suggestions to sunsmart @hkcf.org, together ... The Hong Kong Cancer Fund (HKCF) recently launched the SunSmart programme to educate the community, especially young people, about the dangers of ultraviolet (UV) rays. The fund recommends people ...

  7. Healthy advice

    Posted May 24th 2006, 12:00am by Lilian Goh

    ... LILIAN GOH Name: Rossa Chiu Wai-kwun Age: 31 Occupation: Chemical pathologist Young Post: What is chemical pathology? Chiu: Chemical pathology is a branch of medicine. [It is the area of pathology that is concerned with analysis of body fluids.] Pathology deals with the nature of disease. It is subdivided into several smaller branches. Microbiology, for example, is [the science ...

  8. Healthy outlook

    Posted Jun 10th 2005, 12:00am by Lilian Goh

    ... LILIAN GOH Name: Sylvia Lam See-way Age: 30 Occupation: Dietitian Young Post: What is the difference between a dietitian and a nutritionist? Lam: Dietitians have a knowledge of disease management while nutritionists do not. So nutritionists cannot design a diet for patients, such as those with cancer or kidney problems. There is no official registration system in Hong Kong. Some ...

  9. Power of the mind

    Posted Dec 03rd 2004, 12:00am by Lilian Goh

    ... LILIAN GOH Hypnotherapy helps people discover what they want to do with their lives Young Post: How did you become a hypnotherapist? Chou: I was working as a clerk, but began to feel bored. I din't really know what I wanted. Then I read Anthony Robbins' book Unlimited Power, which made me think about what I wanted to do with my life. I realised that I wanted ...

  10. Hong Kong: still perfect

    Posted Apr 30th 2009, 12:00am by Sara Yin

    ... Sara Yin As the world gears up to celebrate World Press Freedom Day this Sunday, Young Post imagines working in an environment without any freedom at all. Then your news might read something like this... As cracks begin to appear in the world's former superpowers, particularly in the freedom-loving United States, Hong Kong's economy is faring splendidly. 'There ...




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