It is highly likely that infections of Zika virus will continue to elevate in Asia, according to the recent statement given by the reputable World Health Organization. This statement encourages heightened awareness as 70 countries were already affected. Zika virus has been endemic in Thailand, Malaysia, and Singapore. In our country alone, there have been over 400 reported cases this year. For those of you who are not familiar with this illness, let me enlighten you! The first case of
Since your crowning glory is an asset, you must take good care of your beloved hair. Homemade and natural remedies have abundant benefits to nourish your scalp and roots. Instead of forking out over S$10,000 for hair transplant, consider restoring the health of your locks by following these inexpensive tips: 1. CREATE A BENEFICIAL HAIR MASK Aside from trimming your belly fat, avocado has a myriad of benefits for your locks. You will not believe what this impressive fruit can
We are weeks away from the spookiest event of the year – Halloween. Due to the relatively short period of time left, you must go through a pile of costume ideas swiftly. A good (and cheap) place to start is your home. 1. MAGICAL FORTUNE-TELLER If you are fond of gypsy or bohemian fashion like me, raid your closet to dress up as a fortune-teller. Pick a loose top that will go well with a long skirt. Do not forget
Singapore’s public and private hospitals offer some of the world’s most exceptional healthcare services. The only drawback is the rising healthcare costs of about 8-9% each year. Other countries are embracing this upward trend due to the global inflation. The question now is: “How will you save for future healthcare costs?” CREATE A SEPARATE SAVINGS ACCOUNT If you have a trusted financial advisor in your network, discuss about the feasibility of opening a separate savings account for your healthcare costs.
FIRST BANK IN SINGAPORE TO REWARD CUSTOMERS WITH MONTHLY CASHBACK FOR REGULAR BANKING TRANSACTIONS With “POSB Cashback Bonus”, customers need only to fulfil three or more types of regular banking transactions to enjoy cashback rewards, without the need to make additional deposits It pays to bank more with POSB – customers can earn up to SGD 130 per month via salary crediting, credit card spending, home loan instalments, insurance premiums, or investments SINGAPORE, 17 October 2016 – POSB, Singapore’s oldest and