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Difficulty getting pregnant? Women above 45 years old can soon get IVF in Singapore

Medical advancement has "significantly reduced the medical risks for women undergoing ART procedures, even beyond age 45", MOH said.

Singapore’s first-of-its-kind dementia care village will be built with 10 bungalows in Sembawang

The upcoming dementia care village will provide residents a "safe, home-like" environment where they are assisted to live independently.

Building muscle? This ice cream from Singapore contains more protein than a packet of soy milk

The Singapore founder first created the ice cream for his leukemia-stricken mother.

69% of Singaporeans want babies early in marriage – but an equal number are ‘mistakenly overconfident’ about fertility treatments

The actual success rate of live births from ART is less than 50 per cent and decreases with age.

A new fund will help Singaporeans with rare diseases cope with hefty bills, which can cost hundreds of thousands of dollars

The Government is doing a 3-to-1 matching for contributions made to this meaningful fund.

NUS researchers invent blood test that could potentially detect Alzhiemer’s even before clinical symptoms appear

The blood test is said to be highly sensitive and has the ability to provide an accurate diagnosis that is comparable to brain PET imaging.

Singapore scientists discover virus strain linked to a type of cancer Cantonese speakers are 20 times more likely to get

Over 40 per cent of people in the southern part of China, where Cantonese is commonly spoken, are infected by this high-risk strain.

MOH confirms first case of monkeypox in Singapore

Before coming to Singapore, the man attended a wedding in Nigeria, where he may have consumed bush meat - a possible source of transmission of the monkeypox virus.