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What do nutrition experts eat?
Straits Times Interview: What do nutrition experts eat? Dietitians and nutritionists in Singapore let Yamini Chinnuswamy in on their diet
Five Myths about Durians
Hear what our experts say about the five common myths on the king of the fruit – Durians!
The Evolution of Stents
In the last decade, stents have undergone several innovations, the latest being biodegradable ones that doctors think will become the standard version one day. Yet…
The Straits Times, Mind Your Body, 24 January 2013, By JOAN CHEW Biodegradable stents are hailed as the next big thing in the treatment of…
When Fear Takes Over
Anxiety disorders are the most common form of mental illness in Singapore, with about 10 per cent of people here affected, statistics from the Health Promotion Board show. They include phobia, OCD, panic disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder and generalised anxiety disorder. However, there are distinct differences.
He’ll Soon Be Able to Read Again
Mr Siew Teck Kang, 76, had three conditions that impaired his vision. He tells Elaine Young about how surgery has helped, and that he shouldn’t…
Mouth ulcers: Don’t brush them aside
Why do we get mouth ulcers? Learn more about why mouth ulcers appear and remedies to manage the symptoms of mouth ulcers.
Overdose risk small for kids here
In a recent study, 44% of the participants would have given an incorrect dosage of medicine to children The Straits Times, My Your Body, 23…
Haematologist Yvonne Loh helps patients maintain their ‘balance’
Haematologist Yvonne Loh shares her experience with treating patients with severe autoimmune diseases and blood stem cell transplants.