Bonnie Chen The Standard 07/27/2009
Johannes Pong HK-magazine.com 07/24/2009
Dorothy So HK-magazine.com 07/24/2009
John Robertson HK-magazine.com 07/17/2009
June Ng HK-magazine.com 07/17/2009
Dorothy So HK-magazine.com 07/17/2009
Jerran Lin The Standard 07/13/2009
realbuzz.com is here to ensure that you have everything you could possibly need to live a healthy, active life and we've been looking at the most popular diets. So, before you pack that dreaded bikini or those too-tight shorts and head off for your annual summer holiday, take a peek at our thoughts on these popular diets and see which ones really work, and which ones are a total waste of your holiday-prepping time! After all, you want to ensure that when you hit the beach you're not thinking what if...
Dorothy So HK-magazine.com 07/10/2009
Dorothy So HK-magazine.com 07/03/2009
Ben Leach Telegraph 07/01/2009
Johannes Pong HK-magazine.com 06/26/2009
Zagat Survey, LLC 06/24/2009
Choosing the right bottle on a wine list can be a daunting task, especially finding the best value. To solve this dilemma, Zagat has partnered with renowned wine expert Kevin Zraly to launch "Your Sommelier," an online guide to finding the best wines at the lowest prices at New York City's top restaurants, on ZAGAT.com and ZAGAT.mobi. Zraly will be publishing the 25th anniversary edition of his seminal Windows on the World Complete Wine Course book in fall 2009.
Career Builder, Inc. 06/24/2009
Milk PEP 06/23/2009
Concerns about the economy and personal finances have workers rethinking holiday plans, according to a recent survey by CareerBuilder. Thirty-six percent of employed workers in Europe reported they are not planning to take a holiday in 2009, similar to findings reported by U.S. workers in a separate survey. Of those not planning to take a holiday, 41 percent of European workers said they simply can't afford it while another 10 percent are worried about taking days away from the office in an economy where so many jobs have been lost.
Now there's a new reason for the weight-conscious to drink fat free milk at breakfast time, suggests a new study published in the July issue of the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. Researchers in Australia found that drinking fat free milk in the morning helped increase satiety, or a feeling of fullness, and lead to decreased calorie intake at the next meal, as compared with a fruit drink. The milk drinkers ate about 50 fewer calories (or nearly 9% less food) at lunch.
Dorothy So HK-magazine.com 06/19/2009
Belinda Luscombe TIME 06/18/2009
Not long after Patrick told his wife Tammie he wanted a divorce, she posted an angry, hurt note on "the wall," or public-comments section, of his Facebook page. Embarrassed that his colleagues, clients, church friends and family could see evidence of his marital woes, he deleted it and blocked his wife from seeing his page.
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