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This interesting book is a compilation of recent stories from a regular column called “Science Monitor” in The Straits Times, Singapore's main English daily. They focus on exposing health and beauty fads and fallacies like purported breast enlargement methods, baldness treatment and skin renewal therapies which have begun plaguing consumers in Asia. Written by a well-known columnist, Andy Ho, PhD, this book provides a handy review of what cutting-edge research says about these scams. Readers can apply these valuable insights, which the author has backed up by poring over medical books and journals and by talking to the best physicians and scientists, and then decide for themselves if they want to part with their money, or worse, gamble with their health.Contents:Shy About Sexy Matters?Forever Young and Trim?Is that Really a Cure?You're Sure, Doc?What's that in My Food?Readership: General public interested in the real story behind beauty treatments and health matters.

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