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  1. African swine fever

    China moves to halt swine fever with hog industry overhaul

  2. FILE PHOTO - Logo of Swiss drugmaker Roche is seen at its headquarters in Basel

    Roche drops Alzheimer drug trials after setback

    Roche Holding will halt two late-stage clinical trials of its crenezumab drug in early Alzheimer's disease after an interim analysis indicated it ...
  3. Japan elderly woman

    Commentary: Disease, isolation and neglect, the aged lives of quiet desperation you don't see

    Is living past the age of 80 a success or fail? One observer discusses the darker side of ageing.
  4. New methods to fight dengue being tested | Video
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    New methods to fight dengue being tested | Video

    Making male mosquitoes sterile and using residual insecticides are some of the new ways to fight mosquito-borne diseases that are being tested by ...
  5. India pollution

    Pollution killed nine million people in 2015: Report

    Pollution claimed the lives of nine million people in 2015, one in every six deaths that year, according to a report published on Friday (Oct 20).
  6. antibiotics

    Finish your antibiotics course? Maybe not, experts say

    British disease experts on Thursday suggested doing away with the "incorrect" advice to always finish a course of antibiotics, saying the approach ...
  7. Olivia Newton John

    Olivia Newton-John reveals new cancer 25 years later

  8. Platelet transfusion at TTSH

    Commentary: At life's end, do we want to spend our last days in the hospital?

    What we want out of care at the end of our lives is a good starting point for how we should design our palliative care system, argues Dr Cynthia Goh.
  9. mother baby

    Commentary: Honour the honest presentation of motherhood

    From confinement to returning to work, it doesn't become easier for a new mother, says KK Women's and Children's Hospital's Dr Helen Chen.