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25% of cancers diagnosed in Singapore are rare cancers – and young people are more likely to have them
Doctors do not fully understand why rare cancers tend to inflict teens and young adults, but it is likely a combination of both complex genetic and environmental factors, Dr Chan from NCCS says.
Singapore has the third smallest gender gap in South-east Asia, but it still loses to the Philippines and Laos: WEF Study
The World Economic Forum (WEF) estimates that the overall gender gap in the world will take 99.5 years to close.
Singapore saw 275 new cases of HIV this year – and almost 50% were already in the late stage when detected
The majority - 55% - were detected by HIV tests done in the course of medical care.
Singapore has had over 5 times more dengue cases this year than last year – and it could surge further through the end of year
There was a 32% icrease in the Aedes aegypti adult mosquito population in October.
A new plan to eradicate HIV and AIDS in Singapore by 2030 suggests including HIV testing in regular health screenings
Over 500,000 people in Singapore are at risk of contracting HIV, and the majority are men.
The number of healthier meals sold has increased from 25 million meals in 2016 to 180 million in 2018, the Ministry of Health (MOH) said.
Singapore has a national AI strategy that will ‘transform’ the country by 2030 – here are the 5 major plans underway
In 2020, an automated marking system will be launched to assess questions and essays and provide quick feedback on the student's work.
SGQR is already available at 27 public hospitals, specialty centres and polyclinics nationwide.
Singapore ranked 24th, six places behind Malaysia.