Stories By Sara Grosse
107 Dec 2013 Sat
Three Neighbourhood Police Posts (NPPs) have undergone a revamp as part of an effort toward providing better access to services and fostering closer partnership between the police and the local community in neighbourhood peace and security.
205 Dec 2013 Thu
A suite of healthcare solutions related to falls and dementia has been jointly developed by Khoo Teck Puat Hospital and Ngee Ann Polytechnic.
305 Dec 2013 Thu
Local researchers have found that retinal imaging examinations during pregnancy may help to assess pregnancy outcomes.
429 Nov 2013 Fri
The government will be matching donations to the social service sector for the next 13 months. The money will go towards funds raised by the Community Chest and voluntary welfare organisations.
524 Nov 2013 Sun
Medical clowning is an idea which has been gaining popularity, with Israel making the field professional with a BA programme in Clowning Therapy at Haifa University.
623 Nov 2013 Sat
Acting Manpower Minister Tan Chuan-Jin on Saturday urged parents to be more open to listening to their child's views from an early age as these are their most formative years, at an inaugural children's forum organised by Singapore Children's Society.
723 Nov 2013 Sat
While technology is used for positive things like education, there are dangers in exposing young people to unfiltered information on the Internet, said Acting Manpower Minister Tan Chuan-Jin.
822 Nov 2013 Fri
The public can learn more about the story of television at the National Museum of Singapore from Saturday to January 19, 2014 in the Stamford Gallery.
919 Nov 2013 Tue
How moody a woman is during pregnancy may affect her baby’s growth and development, according to an ongoing study on Singaporean mothers and their babies.
1018 Nov 2013 Mon
"BOTH SIDES, NOW" is an arts experience at Khoo Teck Puat Hospital designed to create awareness, reflection and provoke end-of-life conversations among healthcare professionals, caregivers and the public.