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The Health Promotion Board (abbreviation: HPB; 新加坡保健促进局; Xīnjiāpō Bǎojiàn Cùjìn Jú) is a statutory board under the Ministry of Health (MOH) of Singapore. It was established in 2001 to act as the main driver for national health promotion and disease prevention programmes.[1]

School Health Programmes[]

  • Student Health Centre[2]
  • School Dental Centre[3]
  • Healthy Meals in School Programme[4]

Workplace Health Programmes[]

  • Mental Health Workplace Programme[5]
  • Workplace Alliance for Health Scheme[6]
  • SME Health+[7]

Healthy Food & Dining Programmes[]

  • Healthier Choice Symbol Programme[8]
  • Healthier Dining Programme[9]
  • Eat, Drink, Shop Healthy Challenge[10]

Physical Activity Programmes[]

  • National Steps Challenge[11]
  • MOVE IT! Workouts[12]
  • Lose to Win[13]

Preventive Health Programmes[]

  • Screen For Life[14]
  • Smoking Cessation Programme[15]

See also[]

  • Healthcare in Singapore

References[]

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