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Furthermore, the Health Promotion Board (HPB), which is a driver for national health programs in Singapore, is supportive of TIPS.
According to Singapore's Health Promotion Board, diabetes is among the top ten causes of death locally.
In it's 7th year running, this year's conference takes insights from youth brands such as Kelloggs, Unilever, adidas, Virgin Mobile, Topshop, Starhub, Norton, P&G, Kraft, HSBC, Kotex, Nokia, Health Promotion Board (HPB), MTV, Intel and more.
The initiative also includes re-organisation and restructuring of government units, creation of health promotion boards or councils, corporate and private sector partnerships, inclusion of health promotion in insurance coverage and decentralisation and community-financed activities.
Wei said the Health Promotion Board, a government agency, is supporting the show.
Both Dr Arshad and Dr Lee together with Dr Mabel Deurenberg-Yap from the Health Promotion Board of Singapore, have joined our editorial board.
The event is supported by such Singapore government agencies as the Agency for Science, Technology and Research, Economic Development Board of Singapore, National Neuroscience Institute of Singapore, Singapore Tourism Board and Health Promotion Board.
It's been proved in a huge national survey of more than 120,000 children by the Dental Health Promotion Board.