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These foods that claim to be a ‘healthy’ alternative to junk food is just junk food in disguise.
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Going back to school after the summer can be both scary and stressful. But the more you prepare yourself to face the new term, the less you’ll dread it.
We’ve all seen these creatures in our video games, and some of the bigger ones have become popular pets. So here are some things to consider if you want a prickly ball of cuteness as your very own.
Long-living tortoises are slow, but surprisingly active animals. They need plenty of exercise and a safe place - preferably outdoors - where they can enjoy lots of sunshine and water if they are to reach old age.
With fun outdoor pastimes and fascinating cultural activities, Rovaniemi offers a relaxing place to get away from the constant chatter of a big city.
Guinea pigs are, I think, one of the best possible pets. They are small, sociable, chatty and usually very friendly. 
Owning rabbits can be surprisingly rewarding and great fun, but it's a big responsibility and a long-term commitment.
So you want a pet. Are you really prepared? Or is it just something you like the idea of?
When universities start a new semester this fall, countless freshmen will be sharing dorms, rooms and apartments for the first time.
These reptiles may be cute, but they need a lot of special care and attention if you're going to keep them as pets.
Recreate your favourite scenes from this year’s biggest romcom on a budget with this guide to some of Singapore’s top hot spots.