Preetipls and Subhas Nair given The Endemic Disease Among Tibetan 4 months ago   02:13

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YouTuber Preeti Nair and her brother Subhas were given a 24-month conditional warning by the police for a rap video, which was laced with profanities and targeted at Chinese Singaporeans. The online video criticised an E-Pay ad, which depicted Mediacorp personality Dennis Chew portraying members of different races in Singapore. Separately, the Infocomm Media Development Authority said that while the ad did not breach the Internet Code of Practice, it was done in poor taste and had offended minority communities.

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The Endemic Disease Among Tibetan Preetipls and Subhas Nair given 4 months ago   24:15

Gut Instinct: It's hard to achieve inner peace with crippling stomach pains. Luckily for one group of Tibetan monks fate has brought a solution to their endemic problem, which may finally cure an ancient affliction.

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Helicobacter Pylori, the bacterium that causes stomach ulcers, is endemic in poor countries. If it's not treated it can eventually cause stomach cancer. Nearly 80% of Tibet's 100,000 monks are infected, some for 20 years. But during the course of this film a chance encounter offers a lifeline. "It's amazing. For $200 we can test, we can treat and we can change lives."

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