Subjects: Health, Health Care, Pharmaceuticals
RECOVERY STRATEGIES OF THE FORMERLY DEPRESSED
Abstract Anyone can be stricken by mental illness. As a nation with a fast pace of living and high-stress environment, the nature and prevalence of mental illnesses in Singapore is comparable with other developed nations. As Singapore moves towards having an emotionally resilient and mentally healthy community, it is important that Singapore pays attention to the challenges faced by the men
Are you left brained or right brained? And why does it matter?
The human brain is a highly intricate organ that has evolved over a long period of time, and much of that evolution has been dedicated to helping us make better, more complex decisions so that we can stay alive.
A DAY IN THE LIFE of a first-year MDIS student
Everyone remembers their first day of school. Ever wonder what it's like to be an MDIS student for a day? Follow Miss Chia Hiong Hiong as she brings us on a journey of her first day at school.
Childhood passion keeps her going
Since childhood, Ms Huang Hui Lin, 24, has always been passionate about the life sciences, particularly in the area of animal sciences. But that was only the beginning...
When SOS turns into SO S(ORRY)…
The more people there are witnessing an accident or emergency situation, the less likely any one of them would step up and help the victim... But why? Read more to find out.
Overcoming the Fear of Happiness
Are you uncomfortable with the idea of being happy? If your answer is yes, there’s nothing to be ashamed of as it is most likely not your fault. Find out why and how you can tackle it.
As good as any university
Miss Elaine Tang, who was from Junior College, graduated from MDIS with a Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Biomedical Sciences. She explains why MDIS is good option for degree courses.
Low Kim Heng, 26, applies what he had learnt from psychology class to train high school debaters, improve on his Toastmaster interactions and also help support his dearest mother, who has dementia.
Degree course helps to advance biomedical career
Miss Wong, 24, had always wanted a career in the life sciences, as she liked biology in school.