We should review this blanket ban on alternative tobacco products and provide the smoker the option of choosing a safer, less harmful alternative.
Heng Swee Keat’s promotion has raised important questions about what sort of PM he would be and what his leadership would entail for Singapore.
The government’s high profile “War on Diabetes” has materialized in the form of public awareness campaigns and proposed policy amendments … More
I am doing my part as a Singaporean. I saw how the government responded to the Watain petition and saw it fit to take a stand against Maroon 5’s unwholesome influence.
The HIV data leak is the third major fiasco to plague MOH since Minister Gan took office.
An agency from the Department of Health and Social Care in the UK released a video comparing the effects of smoking and vaping, and claiming that the latter is 95% less harmful.
It appears that the government does not trust you to make your own choices regarding your personal health, and they have decided to play the role of an obsessed, control-freak parent – dictating what you can or cannot drink.
Substance abuse is not a ‘ghetto disease’ that afflicts only the poor or marginalized in society. Rather, it is a widely misunderstood disease and one which various governments are grappling with in their respective countries.
While many academics and the Government have weighed in with their views, there is a deafening silence from the group which is directly affected by the policy ban on e-cigarettes. This crucial debate is taking place without the voice of the smoker being heard.