Sunday, 8 September 2019

Exceptional people: Man lauded for saving suicidal woman’s life

(From left) Mr Ang Yaocheng, Assistant Commissioner of Police Devrajan Bala, Mr Ong Koon Tee and Mr Goh Keng Heong

Mr Goh Keng Heong, Mr Ong Koon Tee, and Mr Ang Yaocheng were commended for assisting the police in three separate cases. Yesterday, they were presented with the Public Spiritedness Award at the Jurong Police Division.

Mr Goh saved the life of a woman who  tried to commit suicide at Blk 510 Jelapang Road.

Mr Ong helped to arrest a molester with the victim's father.at Blk 438 Choa Chu Kang Ave 4.

Mr Ang, 36, was involved in a chase when he detained a shoplifting suspect at Jurong Point shopping mall.

Ref: https://www.tnp.sg/news/singapore/man-lauded-saving-suicidal-womans-life

Funky Fields organic vegan spreadable recalled due to 'undisclosed allergen'



A recall has been issued for Funky Fields Organic Vegan Spreadable, an alternative to butter, due to the presence of whey protein, an undeclared allergen.

"Consumers who have purchased the affected products, and who are allergic to milk, should not consume it," said SFA.

Consumers who have bought the affected products may contact the importer, Angliss Singapore, at 67704183 for enquiries or exchange.

Read more @ https://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/singapore/sfa-recall-funky-fields-organic-vegan-spreadable-allergens-11881162

The truth about head lice: Personal hygiene is not a factor

Pre-school and elementary school-going children are at greatest risk of getting head lice, tiny insects that feed on human blood on the scalp. Such infection affects millions of people worldwide.

Head lice, also called pediculosis capitis, typically spread through head-to-head contact. They can also spread via the clothes of an infected person, and through personal items such as combs, brushes, hats, towels and pillows – although this is much less common. Head lice, which crawl and do not jump or fly, cannot spread via household pets.

“Personal hygiene or cleanliness in the home or school has nothing to do with getting head lice,” point out experts at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

You may not be aware you have the infestation since symptoms, such as itching, can take two to six weeks to manifest.

Ref: https://sg.style.yahoo.com/the-truth-about-head-lice-072211999.html