Haemorrhoids are extremely common, but a lot of people have misconceptions about what they actually are. We debunk 5 myths surrounding haemorrhoids.
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.
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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.
Christmas. For many of us, it’s THE time to feast! Here’s a list of festive favourites – with some tweaks – so that your feasts can be both healthy and delicious.
Poorly-controlled diabetes can negatively impact various organs over time. Here are 10 things to know.
Lactose intolerance is a common condition which affects an estimated 65% of people worldwide. If you are lactose intolerant, try these nutritious non-dairy alternatives to milk, yoghurt, butter and cheese.
Is dairy really good for you? Read on to find out the benefits and health complications associated with dairy.
Working from home has limited the majority of Singaporeans to doing home workouts. These tips can help you be more aware of how to avoid injuries while exercising at home.
Practicing self-isolation can be hard for us adults, much less our children. Learn how to manage behavioural issues in children at home.
Sitting for long hours puts a strain on the lower back muscles and undermines posture.
Is it safe to wear a mask while exercising outdoor? Read on to find out the pros and cons of mask wearing during workout
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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.