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‘I couldn’t move my body’: Singaporean, 30, stricken by myocarditis

In May, Ms Lee Pei Hsia came down with a fever. Being young and healthy, the 30-year-old did not expect the viral infection to lead to a serious case of acute myocarditis, which is an inflammatory condition of the heart muscle. Read more here.    Video: Nuria Ling, Raj Nadarajan/TODAY   

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Singapore, a symbol of inclusivity

Having grown up in Afghanistan and living in Singapore for the past 21 years, artist and architect Lakshmi Mohanbabu shares her definition of being a Singaporean. TODAY's National Day Special this year explores the the concept of “home’” and what it means to different people. Read more here.  Video: Raj Nadarajan/TODAY 

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Woman Up: Should mothers aspire to be supermums?

“Managing a family is hard enough and there is no need to feel guilty about ever falling short,” says 39-year-old Yang Jingyi, a mother of three. We ask Jingyi, who also runs her own business, if she thinks she is a "supermum." Video: Ili Nadhirah Mansor/ TODAY Read more here. 

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