Dr Ervin Sethi, alumnus of NUS Medicine (Class of 2017) shared how his experiences from a young age inspired him to become a doctor, and how he found time to pursue his passion for sports and community work while studying.
As more people in Singapore have been getting heart attacks, Professor Tan Huay Cheem shared the risk factors of heart attacks and how Singapore has been improving its medical procedures to treat heart attack patients faster.
Amidst the recent debate on rising healthcare costs in Singapore, NUS Medicine alumnus Dr Chong Siow Ann shared his take on whether doctors are financially driven and if they are contributing to the issue.
With sleep deprivation becoming a serious health issue due to Singapore’s stressful lifestyle and work-oriented culture, Assistant Professor Michael Lim sheds light on the importance of good sleeping habits, and the long-term health problems of not getting adequate good-quality sleep.
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