As Elon Musk Dreams of Mars, He Leaves Earth Behind.

It is difficult not to be swayed by Elon Musk. The man is driven by two things: urgent action against climate change and living a life of adventure. He quips, “I don’t want to be anyone’s saviour. I just want to think of the future and not be sad!” It is implied that both his sense […]

I love both the Arts and the Sciences. What to do?

Reuben Wang reflects about the differences and barriers between the Arts and the Sciences.

Medicine of my Mother’s Mother — The Issues with TCM

Did you know that Steve Jobs turned to TCM not long before his demise? Rounding off the semester on Treehouse, Marcus Seah finishes his public health column by bringing insights into the coexistence of TCM with western medicine in his article.

V, for Vitamins, not Vendetta

Hello, my name is Marcus Seah. I am a 2nd year medical student from Ponya. This is my medical column and the aim is to talk about medical issues, specifically those of public health. Public health issues concern the overall health of people rather than specific diseases and treatments. Dental care is one example. Many […]

Palliative care — what does this really mean?

Palliative care does not mean a loss of hope. It is a treatment that gives respect and dignity back to the patient to die on his own terms. Today in Treehouse, Marcus delves deep into the nooks and crannies of Singapore’s palliative care system in his article.

The Outcome-centric Conversations We Should Be Having with Our Doctors

Hello, my name is Marcus Seah. I am a 2nd year medical student from Ponya. This is my medical column and the aim is to talk about medical issues, specifically those of public health. Public health issues concern the overall health of people rather than specific diseases and treatments. Dental care is one example. Many […]