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Medicine
Dr. Santhosh Raj

Seeing What We Don’t See: Dementia A-Eye

People with memory loss or suspected dementia often undergo an MRI to exclude underlying lesions such as tumors and vascular malformations. The results of these MRIs are usually unremarkable. However, we can now obtain imaging biomarkers using visual rating and artificial intelligence (AI) to measure regional brain volumes implicated in dementia.

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Lifestyle
Dr. Kua Ee Heok

How to keep a healthy mind at the time of COVID-19?

Acknowledging that pandemic may not go away anytime sooner, the good news is that it is possible to live normally with COVID-19 in our midst. We ask Prof Kua Ee Heok, psychiatrist, for tips on keeping your mental health in check and being more resilient during this time.

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Health
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Prostate Cancer Risk in Younger Men

Although older men face a higher risk for prostate cancer, the risk still exists for younger men. If you’re younger than 60, we asked Senior Consultant Urologist Dr. Lie Kwok Ying what you should know about your risk.

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Lifestyle
Mah Wai Yee

Which Diet to Pick: Keto, Intermittent or Paleo?

In this article, we learn from our Principal Dietitian Mah Wai Yee about the three types of popular diets: ketogenic, intermittent fasting and paleo diet; and find out who they are most suitable for and if there are any possible health impacts.

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Health
Dr. Manish Taneja

Knowing Stroke, Acting F.A.S.T

Dr. Manish Taneja, an Interventional Radiologist at Farrer Park Hospital says that a stroke is the leading cause of adult disability and the fourth leading cause of death in Singapore . But catching it early can make a significant difference.

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