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2014

Annual vaccination can protect at-risk groups from other health issues (TODAY ONLINE, 3 September 2014)
Dr Leong talks about the importance of having flu vaccination.

 
Study on platelet transfusion for dengue (AsiaOne, Your Health, 18 May 2014)
Dr Leong explains the need for temperature screening for passengers from the Middle East.

Body and Soul: Episode 6 (Channel 5, MediaCorp, 22 April 2014)
Dr Leong talks about chickenpox, shingles and preventive vaccination.

People with chronic conditions more likely to die from MERS, says expert (Channel News Asia, 17 April 2014)
Dr Leong compares MERS with SARS and explains why MERS is more challenging to handle.

Body and Soul Webisode 10 – When children get chickenpox (Channel 5, MediaCorp, 18 March 2014)
Dr Leong talks about chickenpox and how parents should deal with the childhood disease.

2013

Study on platelet transfusion for dengue (The Straits Times, 16 November 2013)
Dr Leong shares his view on whether platelet transfusion should be given to dengue patients to prevent the possibility of internal bleeding.

 
Cost of ageing population S’poreans’ top worry: Poll (AsiaOne, Health, 25 October 2013)
Dr Carol Tan speaks at symposium on how insurers should change their strategies.

First vaccine for shingles available in Singapore (Channel News Asia, 25 June 2013)
Dr Leong talks about Zostavax – the first vaccine for shingles in Singapore.

Frontline 2013 (Channel 8, MediaCorp, 14 June 2013)
Dr Leong explains the difference between dengue fever and chikungunya in Frontline.

NEA steps up dengue control measures in Ang Mo Kio (Channel News Asia, 10 June 2013)
Dr Leong talks about what you need to do if you contracted dengue fever.

Dr Leong interviewed by Channel New Asia AM Live! (Channel News Asia, 5 June 2013)
Dr Leong talks about bacteria and toxic shock.

Dr Leong interviewed by Channel New Asia AM Live! (Channel News Asia, 5 April 2013)
The increasing misuse of antibiotics has led to the emergence of antibiotic-resistant superbugs. In this interview, Dr Leong gives us an insight on this topic.

2012

AIDS Advocate – Interview with Dr Leong Hoe Nam (EzyHealth, December 2012)
Dr Leong talks about fighting infectious diseases on a daily basis and the challenges and rewards of being a doctor.

 
Flu jabs to grow old well (Today, Voices, 28 July 2012)
Good health is required for couples to age well together. Dr Leong discusses why it is vital for elderly couples to have annual influenza vaccination.

Sleeves up, grannies! – The importance of flu vaccination in the elderly (EzyHealth, 12 June 2012)
Dr Leong talks about the possible complications of flu and the importance of flu vaccination in the elderly.

Get flu jab with smaller needle (The Straits Times, 7 June 2012)
Learn more about a new flu vaccine that is administered with a needle 10 to 16 times shorter than that of a conventional needle.

Singapore’s first painless flu vaccine (AsiaOne, YourHealth, 12 April 2012)
Discover how the first intradermal vaccination against influenza offers better protection and minimal pain during injection.

It’s flu season again, get vaccinated (The Straits Times, 8 January 2012)
Flu season – Read about the statistics and information on flu virus and the shift in dominant strain.

Flu season sees 14,000 cases a week in December (AsiaOne, YourHealth, 8 January 2012)
Rise in flu cases in Singapore; differences between flu and common cold; vaccinations in Singapore.

2011

Vulnerable groups “should get flu jabs” (Channel News Asia, 22 December 2011)
Dr Leong recommends flu vaccinations for those prone to infection.

 
What doesn’t kill them makes them stronger (XINMSN Lifestyle, 12 December 2011)
Dr Leong Hoe Nam talks about the appropriate use of antibiotics and the importance of completing your course of antibiotics.

Don’t touch that handle (The Straits Times, Mind Your Body, 1 December 2011)
Which part of the toilet has the most bacteria? Understand how germs spread as Dr Leong explains and shares tips on minimising bacterial infection.

Your desk is dirtier than the toilet (The Straits Times, Mind Your Body, 17 November 2011)
Discover what you can do to minimise bacteria at your workstation as Dr Leong shares tips on cleaning your work environment.

Infection at the work place – we can prevent it! (Expert Doctor’s Showcase, 3-4 Nov 2011 Singapore)
Dr Leong Hoe Nam shares how infection in the workplace can be prevented.

Children more likely to be bitten by Aedes mosquito (Channel News Asia, 20 September 2011)
Find out why children under the age of 15 are more likely to be bitten by the Aedes mosquito.

骨痛热症年纪小易被伊蚊叮成年人病情较重 (XINMSN, 20 September 2011)
Children are more susceptible to Aedes mosquito bites. Find out why.

Weekly dengue cases fall (Channel News Asia, 10 August 2011)
Dr Leong explains why the dengue virus can be transmitted quickly.

骨痛热症上周新病例虽下降 却在警戒水平上 (XINMSN, 10 August 2011)
Dr Leong explains why the dengue virus can be transmitted quickly.

骨痛热症死亡病例逐年降 至今有两男女丢命 (XINMSN, 6 July 2011)
Learn why the early detection of the dengue virus is vital for its treatment.

Weekly dengue cases hit new high (Channel News Asia, 5 July 2011)
Dr Leong explains why anyone hit by dengue a second time will feel the effect faster.

骨痛热症每周病例创新高 首次进入警戒水平 (XINMSN, 5 July 2011)
Dr Leong explains why anyone hit by dengue a second time will feel the effect faster.

远离大肠杆菌 (Zaobao 联和早报, 9 June 2011)
An informative article about the E-Coli bacteria.

Healthy kitchen tips (The Asian Parent, 12 May 2011)
Learn healthy kitchen tips and stay away from germs and bacteria. Dr Leong urges the practice of good hygiene to minimise the chances of contracting food borne diseases like Salmonella and E-coli.

Too early to vaccinate against H2N2, say doctors (The Straits Times, 15 March 2011)
Discussion about vaccination against an old strain of flu called H2N2.

2010

NDM-1超级细菌 预防措施避免人传人 (Zaobao 联和早报, 28 August 2010)
Dr Leong recommends preventive measures to safeguard ourselves from the super bugs.

2009

5000人自愿当”白老鼠”–无私心态试新药 (Lianhe Wanbao 联和晚报, 9 Jun 2009)
An informative article about the challenges in getting volunteers for clinical trials.

 
Older adults encouraged to get chicken pox jabs (Today, 12 May 2009)
Dr Leong explains why it is advisable for older adults to go for chicken pox vaccination, on top of the regular flu and pneumococcal shots.

One for all flu vaccine? (The Straits Times, Mind Your Body, 12 March 2009)
Understanding influenza virus and exploring the possibility of a one for all flu vaccine.

Primed for new flu virus (The Straits Times, Mind Your Body, 12 March 2009)
Get an understanding of the flu pandemic and the precautions you can take as an individual.

2008

Clear and present danger (The Straits Times, 20 June 2008)
Dr Leong explains how an infectious disease epidemic comes about.

 
He keeps germs at bay (The Straits Times, Mind Your Body, 18 June 2008)
Dr Leong Hoe Nam was featured in a personal interview.