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For Many, Taking A Look On The Web Makes It Much Easier To Discover Precisely What They Require

Looking for the ideal accessories may be difficult, particularly if a person is dealing with chemo as well as is actually looking for the right hats and scarves to be able to assist them to feel gorgeous yet again. 323 more words


Cancer during pregnancy rare in Singapore

(Source: www.straitstimes.com)

It is rare to find a pregnant woman having cancer in Singapore.

The largest hospital for women and children here – KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital – has managed only a few such cases over the last few years. 286 more words

Current Affairs

Veteran newsman Seah Chiang Nee dies; was one of world's longest-surviving heart transplant patients

(Source: www.straitstimes.com)

SINGAPORE – Veteran journalist Seah Chiang Nee, who is one of the world’s longest-surviving heart transplant patients, has died.

Mr Seah, who was the first Singaporean to get a heart transplant 32 years ago, died at the Singapore General Hospital (SGH) on Sunday (Jan 15) morning with his family members by his side.  486 more words

Current Affairs

Onsite Insight

I’m often asked where I am. Where site are you at today? Which continent are you on? It has become more common since our organisation became larger, more global and more connected…but it was already a regular event. 581 more words


Emotional Rollercoaster

This past week of work has been a true Rollercoaster. Where I’m working at is suffering from extreme understaffing. If it weren’t for others, I’d have been the only nurse on the unit with almost 30 patients and multiple admissions. 152 more words


Dentist Joins The Bleaching Wagon To Keep Up With Patients

Whalebone corsets are not the sole means of self improvement. The very advanced medicine now allows procedures that used to be unwarranted or unthinkable three decades ago. 26 more words