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  1. The coronavirus is spreading just as travellers set off for the Lunar New Year holiday

    Masks, disinfectants in low supply as China virus spreads

    Pharmacies in Beijing and Shanghai were running low on surgical masks and disinfectants Wednesday as a deadly new SARS-like virus spread ahead of ...
  2. South Africa v England - First Test

    Cricket: England bank on Root, Buttler overcoming illness

    England are hoping a good night's rest for both captain Joe Root and wicketkeeper Jos Buttler will see them recover for Sunday's play as they ...
  3. New Zealand v England - First Test

    Illness strikes England camp again in South Africa

    The illness epidemic that has beset the England team since arriving in South Africa a fortnight ago claimed another victim on Saturday when ...
  4. Australia Nets

    Illness hits Australian camp ahead of Pakistan series

    Australia all-rounder Glenn Maxwell may be rested from the first one-day international against Pakistan as the tourists recover from a stomach bug ...
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    Extra time, partial exemptions: More students with special needs seeking exam support

    The number of students who applied for special exam provisions has doubled over the last decade, said the Ministry of Education.
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    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. 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.