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Article Younger but tapping healthcare as frequently
By: SALMA KHALIK SENIOR HEALTH CORRESPONDENT,   The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (HOME)  06/05/2019

Dr Matthias Toh {SEE CORRECTION 2 ABOVE} , who oversees population health at NHG, said the group will encourage people, even those below the age of 40, to go for earlier health screening to catch and deal with health issues early.   (727 words)
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Article 'Whirlwind' in Tuas is first reported landspout in S'pore
By: CLEMENT YONG AND CLARA CHONG,   The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (HOME)  28/09/2019

Dr Matthias Roth, a professor of urban climatology at the National University of Singapore, added that the landspout would have reached from the surface to the base of the clouds above.
Both experts assured that landspouts are usually of low safety risk.   (252 words)
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Article High blood pressure increases risk of heart, kidney diseases
By: FELICIA CHOO,   The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (HOME)  15/05/2019

Excessive amounts of body fat affect the body's control of blood sugar and reduces how sensitively organs, such as the liver and muscle, react to insulin, the hormone responsible for sugar control, said Dr Matthias Toh, a public health physician (consultant) at NHG's Population Health department.   (560 words)
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Article What is being done to cut blood clot risks faced by patients?
By: CLARA CHONG AND TIMOTHY GOH,   The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (TOP OF THE NEWS)  16/06/2020
The daily average of new cases admitted is now about 400, compared with 1,426 at its peak on April 20, said Dr Matthias Toh, a consultant at NCID. Future numbers in the care facilities will be a reflection of the number of new cases in Singapore post-circuit breaker, Dr Toh said.   (925 words)
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Online 'Whirlwind' in Tuas on Friday is first reported landspout in Singapore: Weatherman
By: CLEMENT YONG,   The Straits Times Online  The Straits Times Online  (SINGAPORE)  27/09/2019


Dr Matthias Roth, a professor of Urban Climatology at the National University of Singapore, agreed, saying: "The 'whirlwind' seen in the video would have reached from the surface to the base of the clouds above.   (479 words)
Online People with high blood pressure face higher risk of getting heart and kidney diseases
By: FELICIA CHOO,   The Straits Times Online  The Straits Times Online  (SINGAPORE)  14/05/2019


Excessive amounts of body fat affect the body's control of blood sugar and reduces how sensitively organs, such as the liver and muscle, react to insulin, the hormone responsible for sugar control, said Dr Matthias Toh, a public health physician (Consultant) at NHG's Population Health department.   (529 words)
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Excessive amounts of body fat affect the body's control of blood sugar and reduces how sensitively organs, such as the liver and muscle, react to insulin, the hormone responsible for sugar control, said Dr Matthias Toh, a public health physician (consultant) at NHG's Population Health department.
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Picture The Straits Times  (WORLD)  01/09/2018
"We have a strong neo-Nazi scene in eastern Germany, but we also have a strong current of farright extremism in all of Germany – not just in Parliament but in society," said Dr Matthias Quent, who runs an institute that studies democracy and civil society. Social media played a significant role in mobilising the mobs.
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Picture The Straits Times  (HOME)  28/09/2019
Dr Matthias Roth, a professor of urban climatol- ogy at the National University of Singapore, added that the landspout would have reached from the sur- face to the base of the clouds above. Both experts assured that landspouts are usually of low safety risk. However, injuries may result when items that are not properly secured get dislodged.
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Picture The Straits Times  (TOP OF THE NEWS)  16/06/2020
The number fell to 10,751 on Sunday.The daily average of new cases ad-mitted is now about 400, compared with 1,426 at its peak on April 20, said Dr Matthias Toh, a consultant at NCID.Future numbers in the care facili-ties will be a reflection of the num-ber of new cases in Singapore post-circuit breaker, Dr Toh said.These care facilities include com-munity
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