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The Ship of Theseus

When the ancient Greek hero Theseus returned from battle, they say that his ship was kept in the harbour as a museum piece. With time, the wood began to rot and the planks began to decay. Soon, pieces of the ship had to...

Lighthouse

There is indeed such a time of the day as your very own “Social Media Hour”. No, not enough time to read a book, see a movie or phone a friend. But still, you do have time on your hands. To be specific, time to hold the...

The Spring of Hope

“It was the spring of hope, it was the winter of despair.” – Adapted from A Tale of Two Cities authored by Charles Dickens With the advent of coronavirus vaccines, the winter of despair could well be followed by...

Diabetes Distress

Diabetes Distress Dr Sanjay Kalra discusses the emotional impact that Diabetes has on one’s mind and how to deal with it Diabetes distress defined Living with Diabetes may sometimes be challenging. The complexity...

A Dialogue on Diabetes Nutrition

The Diabetes Health Team interviews Ms Sheryl Salis on the importance of Diabetes Nutrition and talks about her latest book that aims to educate people about the right approach to Diabetes diet How important is it for a...

1921

Every New Year is a time of hope. As we stand on the cusp of 2021, we hope. We hope for a vaccine. We hope for new treatments for COVID-19. We hope that the herd immunity might bring an end to the pandemic. As far as...

Be the Winner of Your Life

Co-morbidities or co-existence of one or more conditions does not have to mean the end of the road. By having a positive outlook and a proactive approach to better manage each condition, one can overcome all hurdles...

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