SCS Empowers Guests to Play Their Part in Safeguarding Health & Safety
To equip Singaporeans with knowledge on safeguarding and strengthening their well-being, SCS rolls out a series of interactive workshops and activities.
Singapore Philatelic Museum to Reopen as a Dedicated Children’s Museum in 2021
When it reopens its doors to the public in 2021, the Singapore Philatelic Museum (SPM) will be a dedicated children's museum: a welcoming, imaginative and nurturing space.
Thala-SIMI-AH? NTU Student-led Campaign To Create Awareness on Thalassaemia
Thala-SIMI-AH? NTU student-led campaign shares why prospective parents should be aware of Thalassaemia - the most common genetic blood disorder in Singapore.
What is Thalassaemia And Why You Should Screen For It
Based on statistics from the National Thalassaemia Registry, about 1 in 20 Singaporeans, or 5% of the local population, are estimated to be Thalassaemia carriers.
Join Crestar During Their Enrichment Discovery Week This March
Curious about Crestar Learning Centre enrichment programmes and teachers? Join them during their Discovery Week and enjoy $5 Trial Lessons & $50 - Off New Sign Ups.
SINGAPO人: Discovering Chinese Singaporean Culture Exhibition at SCCC
SINGAPO人 casts a refreshing spotlight on how Chinese heritage, cultural interactions, and public policies have shaped Chinese culture in Singapore.
Mealtime Stress With Your Little One? Explore Tips Here
It's possible to create positive mealtime experience for both parent and child while ensuring your child's growth is on track.
Beat The Heat Singapore – Learn to Protect Your Home With Virtual Reality
Singapore homeowners can now experience all of this in a realistic yet safe environment through a Virtual Reality (VR) game by Beat The Heat Singapore.
Survey Shows Children as the Most at Risk Group to UV Damage
Over the past decade, skin cancer cases have risen in Singapore, with skin cancer ranking as the 6th most common cancer among males, and 7th among females.
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