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Some Singapore General Hospital patients get to play slot machines as a form of bedside rehabilitation. Also read about a new technique to treat severe and long-term lung disease that saves healthy areas of the organ; why calling an ambulance and not a taxi when someone has a stroke can make the difference between the patient recovering well, or not; and how a hospital kitchen is creating textured versions of real meals so that people with chewing and other problems can still enjoy their food.

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Singapore Health

Talking diabetes through art

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Processing Change

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Freeze to save vital organs

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