In 2010, Dr. Susan Lim was allegedly accused of overcharging a female patient from the Brunei royal family. She was forced to have a disciplinary committee (DC) hearing, yet the committee stepped down before giving a verdict.
It’s been only a month since the premature ejaculation (PE) pill, Priligy, was released and the pill has been entirely sold out in Singapore.
Premature ejaculation has become one of the most common male sexual health problems globally and according to a study, about one in three men in Singapore suffer from premature ejaculation.
This is a wakeup call for size-zero people. As per a recent study by the team of Singapore Chinese Health, underweight people are under the danger zone of colon cancer.
The study reported that under the category of body-mass index (BMI) of 21.5 to 24.4, 89 out of 100,000 were diagnosed with colon cancer, while under BMIs of 18.5 to 21.4 and 24.5 to 27.4, number of infected people shoots to 103.
According to research done by the Nielson Company through online surveys, 90% of women who wear contact lenses in Singapore have experienced discomfort or eye irritation from their makeup coming into contact with their lenses or eyes.
Recently, a general practitioner, Dr. Chu Siu Kong, was found guilty of 30 counts of professional misconduct and it led to his suspension and a heavy fine by the Singapore Medical Council (SMC).
The regulatory officials found him guilty of prescribing hypnotics and codeine-containing medication to his patients in an inappropriate manner after which he was suspended for five months along with a fine of $5,000.
Doctors are again in trouble over treatments, as a doctor from Paragon Medical Centre was previously condemned for publishing misleading advertisement.
In November 2010, the Singapore Medical Council (SMC) slapped a fine of $10,000 on Dr. Wong Yek Meng, a gynaecologist, 63, who was offering procedures to patients which were not proven medically.
Dr. Weng was also fined $24,000 for sending patient samples to non-accredited laboratories in foreign countries in May last.
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