With an effective action plan to combat childhood asthma in place, you and your child can both breathe easy.
Gastroenteritis or the stomach flu is a viral or bacterial infection that causes irritation and inflammation of the stomach and intestines.
Urinary tract infections are common in children, and can be serious if they aren’t treated. Learn the symptoms, and find out how to prevent these infections.
It’s the Lunar New Year! This means catching up with family and friends, sharing festive treats, and more. How can we stay safe, while keeping the festive mood alive? Read on to find out.
Vaccines protect your baby against diseases which can cause disability and even death. They also protect others who can’t be vaccinated.
Here’s what you should know about the COVID-19 vaccines and what’s fact and what’s myth.
Many of us love Chinese New Year feasts, but getting carried away with indulgences can increase the risk of digestion issues, and, if made habit, pose other health problems. Here’s a guide to enjoying festive indulgences, as healthily as possible.
Chronic bowel problems coupled with severe pain or bloody stools could be a sign of inflammatory bowel disease such as Crohn’s disease.
At the moment, there are two main types of COVID-19 tests commonly used to detect infections – diagnostic tests and antibody test.
Children can develop allergic reactions to food. This article discusses the symptoms and treatment of food allergy and differentiates food allergy from food intolerance.
COVID-19 and dengue fever are both infectious diseases. Although the 2 diseases share several similarities exist, here’s how you can tell them apart.
Uterine prolapse, a common condition among women aged 50 and above, may require surgery. Read on to learn more about diagnosing and treating uterine prolapse.
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What happens when you walk into our 24-hour A&E clinic? In this video, we break down the steps in a typical patient’s journey to the accident and emergency department at our hospitals.