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Diabetes treatment gets a shot in the arm with new Centre of Excellence

(Source: www.channelnewsasia.com)

SINGAPORE: Diabetes treatment in Southeast Asia is getting a boost with the development of a new Centre of Excellence.

Medical technology company Medtronic and SingHealth inked a partnership on Tuesday (May 31) to establish the centre, which plans to advance treatment and care management of the disease in the region and give patients access to innovative technology, in particular intensive insulin therapy.  173 more words

Current Affairs

Getting beyond skin deep

I have been absent for a few weeks.  I think about blogging every day, but never get to it.   Where have I been?  I haven’t been depressed or sick or even anti-social.     718 more words

Rayna Tours and Travels scoops the 2016 Certificate of Excellence from TripAdvisor

Based on the unbiased reviews and top customer ratings, Rayna Tours and Travels was awarded the 2016 TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence.

Dubai, UAE: Rayna Tours and Travels, a destination management company on the forefront of providing value-added travel services in UAE and India, recently announced that it has won a Certificate of Excellence Award from TripAdvisor.

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How do you get good at something? For some of us, it comes naturally. For others, they need to work at it. How do you get… 300 more words

Too Late Smart

Too Late Smart

I once had a large beer stein, embossed with this statement in a mock German/English hybrid: Ve grow too soon oldt, und too late schmart! 517 more words


Rabbi David Wolpe on the Meaning of Life

Nicolae Tanase: Rabbi Wolpe, what is the meaning of life?

Rabbi David Wolpe: Life has no meaning, but meanings. The meaning of one life is to raise a child and for another, to go to sea. 263 more words


Forks in the Road to Excellence

Once we declare that our team is committed to excellence, we will find ourselves on a path with many forks along the way. Right after the pep talk about how good we intend to be, we will face challenges to our discipline, identity, and sentimental values. 73 more words