Travelers who like to keep fit may not find it easy to manage their workout sessions while on a trip. But, many airports have now understood their plight and have started offering sport luxury gyms.
Tavelers can find Balinese-themed rooftop swimming pool in Changi Airport in Singapore. A golf course at Hong Kong International Airport can also be used by travelers.
Dengue infections in Singapore have, according to official statistics, already crossed the total noted for the year 2012. With the same, the region is preparing itself to face the worst epidemic of the infection ever.
Indian automotive giant Tata Motors Ltd has announced that its wholly-owned subsidiary TML Holdings Pte Ltd has raised Rs 1,545 crore (S$350 million) in Singapore notes.
The Singapore notes, which carry an interest rate of 4.25 per cent, will be due in year 2018.
Singapore is on the threshold of facing a worst-ever tropical disease outbreak. This pest is biting the population and may turn out to be the worst tryst with the dengue.
The pest that is responsible for causing dengue is aedes mosquito. It is a transporter of the potentially fatal dengue fever. This pest has been creating problems for the Southeast Asian city-state.
Published in the Journal of Fish Diseases, a study carried out by a panel of analysts from the Oregon State University has raised concerns amongst one and all. It has revealed that tropical fish that you might be having in a tank at home or at work is highly dangerous for your health.
Ten new nursing homes are being planned to be built in Singapore, a recent report says, and this is the reason why new recruitment plans are being made as well by the government. Sunday, it was announced by Gan Kim Yong, Health Minister, that the enrolments for related courses would be increased at the Institute of Technical Education and polytechnics.
In its announcement today, Greatbatch Inc. has revealed about its new venture that will come up soon in Singapore to serve people with efficient services.
The US medical device maker has announced in its statement about an Active Implantable Medical Device (AIMD) Research and Development Center that will soon open in Singapore.
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