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News & Features : In The Pink

the 's & m' way to relax

the 's & m' way to relax

2002-10-23
Are you doing enough stretching at the gym and spending enough time at the masseurs'? In The Pink brings you the low down as more and more fitness enthusiasts are including massage as a part of their conditioning programs.
pumping it right

pumping it right

2002-10-02
An increasing number of gay men in Singapore and around the world are becoming more body conscious and many have probably at one time or another considered taking steroids to increase their gains. In The Pink brings you the facts and potential health risks associated with the use of anabolic steroids.
GI jane... oops! james

GI jane... oops! james

2002-09-11
In response to the series on coming out to the military for gay men who are obligated to enlist, InThePink has some tips and advice for gay men as well as men who are transgendered.
vitamin k or victim k?

vitamin k or victim k?

2002-08-21
In The Pink examines the use and effects of Ketamine, which is becoming a popular recreational drug in the global dance scene since the late 90s when Madonna's 1998 Ray of Light album reputedly contains tracks which describe the Ketamine experience.
vitamins for vitality

vitamins for vitality

2002-07-25
Many of us have been told the importance of supplementing our diets with vitamins. But do we really need to? In the Pink has some tips for us before we visit the health food store again.
ecstasy: are you taking the right lift?

ecstasy: are you taking the right lift?

2002-07-03
With a growing gay dance and rave scene in Asia, more and more gays and lesbians are experimenting with recreational drugs. Singapore-based gay medical group, In The Pink, takes a close look at the health and legal issues surrounding ecstasy.
tooth whitening - myth or reality ?

tooth whitening - myth or reality ?

2002-06-18
Everyone wants a "Hollywood smile". We may not look as cute as Josh Harnett or as slim and sexy as Christy Cheung, but able to flash some gleaming pearlies could certainly boost the our confidence. Healthcare professionals from 'In the Pink' has some advice.

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