The first-of-its-kind program was designed by Singapore’s Health Promotion Board in conjunction with Apple as part of the country’s Smart Nation initiative, a national effort to leverage technology to deliver benefits to its citizens and businesses.
Yahoo Lifestyle SEA chatted with Aaron Kwok about how he had been spending time during the pandemic, his thoughts about the entertainment scene right now, and how he maintains his mental health during the pandemic.
Fast forward to 11 August, Ting uploaded a 17-minute video on her channel titled “Time to Talk..”, along with hashtags such as cyberbullying and defamation. The video had since been watched 1.9 million times, amassing over 142,000 likes and 1,800 dislikes.
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While many people believe in the various claims and properties of essential oils, there are few clinical studies that actually prove the efficacy of these products.
One woman’s tweet about her experience with a Black doctor went viral, increasing the call for more Black medical professionals. Yahoo Life spoke to both India Marshall and her surgeon, Dr. Jewel Greywoode.
Without crowded places to congregate, such as concerts and bars, friendships will become much more intimate and private, one expert predicts.
Dick Sullivan, CEO & President of the PGA TOUR Superstore, joined Yahoo Finance's The Final Round to discuss business since reopening all of the PGA TOUR Superstores as well as the precautions the stores are taking to keep customers safe.
FDNY hopeful Leland Yu ran more than 60 miles in 12 hours, raising over $24,000 to support frontline workers and NYC's Chinatown community.
Courtnie Hamel and Nathan Cotton started living in a cargo fan just a year and a half ago. Now, they've been forced to figure out what van life is like in quarantine.
The importance of intimacy and physical touch is something that many of us dismiss, thinking that we’re too busy to take the time for it, or that it isn’t necessary in our daily life.
Kick your unhealthy habits with three attainable goals and products celebs swear by — and one's on sale.
Hong Kong-based spiritual wellness brand OMSA (Ohm for the Spiritually Awakened) wants you to know that they sell more than just tarot cards.
A new study, looking at whether people had found or were searching for meaning in their lives, revealed that meaningfulness peaks at a certain age.