Here's an infographic with the same purpose of (gently) coaxing readers into being aware of their risks for type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM) as before.
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At only 315 words, it's an example of a short and snappy blog post that would grab the attention of your readers right off the bat.
Granted, there's less space to go in-depth into a topic, so it's best to use infographics when you have a small, simple and clear message to deliver.
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"You want her to jump off a building before you'll take her seriously?"
- Janice, from a monologue I wrote called Room For Depression.
(Screengrab at 0:46 from Method Productions via YouTube.)
I've had the privilege of performing an original monologue Room For Depression during The Singapore Monologue Slam 2017 which placed me among the Top 16 Thespians, out of some 80 participants.
The first "solo" competition I've ever participated in. As in, the non-Choir SYF kind.
(Video from Method Productions via YouTube.)
Considering that I'd never had any formal training in the theatre - not even in a secondary school speech and drama club - winning the award shows how fast I can learn things that are unfamiliar to me.
Grasping science concepts that I haven't come across during my Life Sciences undergraduate years will definitely be much easier to do with online research tools, as compared to writing creatively about a topic as delicate as depression.
And putting it out there for the world to judge.
As part of a competition.
Amidst seasoned actors/playwrights.
Without passing out.
You can find my script below. And if you're looking to produce a short film or video, feel free to reach out. I'd be happy to write and/or act for you!
After an interview with A/P Kevin Tan S. W. from the Department of Microbiology and Immunology in the National University of Singapore (NUS), I produced this mock newspaper article on an intestinal parasite, Blastocystis.
Click on the images below to download a PDF version, or read the transcript at the bottom of this post!
This article is an example of a more formal tone I can adopt for your blog.
But if you prefer a conversational style of blog writing, find my sample here.
After 51 years of relative peace, Singapore is at war. This time it's with diabetes .
A taskforce has been unleashing a salvo of initiatives since 2016 . Fellow citizens young and old have convened and plotted ways to fight this abomination . A Guardian of Health, adroit as she is in Chinese martial arts, has sliced thousands of bak kwa from greedy hands with sugar defeating darts.
Enter you. You’re indifferent to this strife, idly munching on the figurative and/or literal popcorn as you watch the drama unfold.
Chances are, you belong to one of two categories:
Category 1: The Courageous Prediabetic
Your doctor has diagnosed you with prediabetes: