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Corruption in medical practice: An open letter to PM, FM and health minister

By TS Kler

This is regarding a recent sting operation on some path labs that give cutbacks to referring doctors. I am surprised to know that the Union… 949 more words

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Hill Street

Hill Street was build shortly after Raffles arrived in Singapore and it’s name comes from the fact that it is at the foot on the south side of Government Hill (also known as Forbidden Hill or Bukit Larangan), what we know today as… 180 more words

Singapore

Peter Cooper buildings get new video intercoms

By Sabina Mollot

In recent weeks, residents in Peter Cooper Village have either seen new video intercom systems installed in their buildings or received notice that the work will begin soon. 516 more words

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Tending to the Healers: Acknowledging and Supporting the Difficulties of Aging Physicians

People today live longer than ever before in human history and as such, be it by way of choice or necessity, they continue to work until later in their lives than have previous generations. 820 more words

Aging

Mild Cognitive Impairment

What is Mild Cognitive Impairment?

Mild Cognitive Impairment is the intermediate stage between the expected cognitive decline of normal aging and the more serious decline of dementia. 267 more words

Assisted Living

Sunday Stroll through Seoul

Today, Marissa and I started off our day by properly getting settled into our lil shoe-box-dorm room. The mattresses are prison-hard, you can feel EVERY coil, and when you BREATHE let alone roll over, the entire bunk bed sounds like it’s about to collapse!! 381 more words

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