Wheel zeal

It may be just a mobility scooter to you or me, but for Madam Elsie Tan, it has given her a new lease on life.


[30 Mar 2015]
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Dementia: Signs, symptoms and ways to reduce risk
One in 10 people aged 60 and above in Singapore has dementia, a new study here has found. -ST
[30 Mar 2015]
Housemen in Malaysia do not complete training stint for various reasons
One in every five doctors undergoing training as houseman in Malaysia quit each year, an alarming rate of drop out, considering the high cost of studying medicine. -...
[30 Mar 2015]
Eyeliner can contaminate eyeball
Eyeliner applied on the inside of the lash line is very likely to move into the eye itself and cause symptoms. -Brunei Times/ANN
[30 Mar 2015]
Can doctors refuse patients?
One of Viet Nam's best doctors at the National Obstetrics Hospital refused to operate on a patient this week. -VNN/ANN
[30 Mar 2015]
Eyeliner too close to the eye leads to contamination
Eye doctors often see patients coming into clinics with eyeliner residue stuck to contact lenses or trapped in the coating over their eyes called the tear film. -...
[29 Mar 2015]
Local singer Daphne Khoo keeps ovary despite being advised to remove it
"I'm still young and I want to have children. If I already have children - I'm open to adoption, too - then I will do (the surgery)." -TNP
[29 Mar 2015]
Parents desperate to save baby born with heart outside of body
The newborn suffers from a rare heart defect called Ectopia Cordis, in which a baby's heart grows partially or entirely outside of the chest cavity. -AsiaOne
[26 Mar 2015]
Student draws on pain to help children
Ngee Ann Polytechnic (NP) student Chia Xun An, 23, was diagnosed with clinical depression when he was just 10. -ST
[28 Mar 2015]
Thye Hua Kwan to expand therapist pool by up to 50 per cent
Move will help meet demand from small groups using welfare services. -ST
[28 Mar 2015]
Korea needs more narcotics
Medical experts say more Koreans should have access to pain-relieving drugs. -Korea Herald/ANN
[27 Mar 2015]