Study by SingHealth Polyclinics and Singapore Polytechnic found that the longer a person has diabetes, the higher chance they have of developing partial colour blindness.
A research team led by the National University Health System (NUHS) and Duke-NUS Medical School have found a new way to better predict and prevent stomach cancer.
Dental implants will enter a whole new phase if local researchers manage to grow bone in the place where a tooth is missing.
First ever joint symposium by the three institutions focuses on multi-centre research collaborations, academic exchange and the future of dental education
It omits mouth-to-mouth resuscitation and focuses on continuous chest compressions.
It is also expected to be more accurate than existing tests, resulting in cost and manpower savings.
The strategic research partnership is focused on diabetes, immunotherapy and drug development, and precision medicine.
Ansel Lim, Fourth-year NUS YLL School of Medicine student, puts aggressive breast cancer under the microscope.
Singapore has been growing its biomedical sciences industry for almost two decades. But the ecosystem may still be lacking some aspects in translating the science into medical solutions. Should we be worried?
SingHealth launches study on effectiveness of diabetes prevention programme in Singapore. 850 participants with pre-diabetes needed.