Doctors have informed that people travelling back from Japan are at a low risk of suffering any radiations. It has also been announced that people who have gone through medical screening are completely free of radiation.
It has been informed that Export-import (Exim) bank that could give loan to local companies for out of the country projects will not be set up. This was the statement given by the Second Minister for Finance Lim Hwee Hua on Monday.
After doing a research for a year about this aspect, the Government has decided that the marketplace is not large enough to make such a bank workable.
A three-year pilot program is on run by the KK Women's and Children's Hospital (KKH) and Parenting Research Centre (PRC), Australia. They are backed up by the National Council of Social Service (NCSS) and Temasek Cares to help the parents of children with development needs.
Even though the age at which a girl should start wearing a bra still remains a matter of debate, the fact that remains undisputable is that an ill-fitting bra can be potentially hazardous to health.
The transplant ethics committees of Singaporean hospitals last year rejected almost one in ten applications for a living donor organ transplant, chiefly because of the reason that these applications failed to satisfy the ethics committees "that the donors are fully informed of what they are going into and that there is no coercion of any kind."
The hearing of a Singaporean surgeon who generated the bill of whopping $24.8 million for one of her patients will take place today at the High Court.
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