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  1. More merchants adopt use of QR code payment methods | Video
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    More merchants adopt use of QR code payment methods | Video

    New entrepreneurs have been able to acquire more customers while small stores have benefited relatively more from the cost savings and efficiency ...
  2. house cleaning

    House-cleaning, walking to work, staves off death: Study

    One in 12 global deaths over a five-year period can be prevented through 30 minutes of physical activity - which can include house-cleaning or ...
  3. arts for ageing well 2

    Seniors engaged in arts experience higher quality of life: Study

  4. Philippines shipworm

    Rare giant shipworm found in Philippines

    The slimy giant shipworm, which can grow up to 155 centimetres in length has been unveiled by scientists for the first time.
  5. Traders work on the floor of the NYSE

    Bosses who joke with employees may encourage bad behaviour: Study

    "Aggressive humour" could encourage employees to be chronically absent from work, ignore a manager’s instructions, share confidential information, ...
  6. Kallang river precinct

    URA seeks feedback on study to turn Kallang Park Connector into seamless cycling route

    The findings of the study, which was first announced in 2015, include upgrading two existing underpasses under the Central Expressway and at ...
  7. Women in boardroom

    Diversity Action Committee targets 30% of board seats for women by 2030

    According to a study by the DAC, Singapore falls far behind many international and regional markets as at the end of last year, ranking third from ...
  8. Platelet transfusion at TTSH

    Not all dengue patients with low platelet count need transfusions: Study

    Only about 5 per cent of dengue patients face complications such as severe bleeding and thus will require transfusions. Findings from the study ...
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    Running in marathons can cause short-term kidney injury: Study

    A Yale-led study tracked a group of participants in the 2015 Hartford Marathon and found that 82 per cent of the runners studied showed Stage 1 ...
  10. Paris Game show

    Video games linked to sexism in teenagers: Study

    The more time a teenage spends on video gaming, the likelier he or she is to display sexist attitudes and gender stereotypes, a study of thousands ...