What are surgical masks used for, and how suitable are they for children? Are there more effective ways of guarding against the spread of viruses?
Introducing your child to swimming at a young age can be beneficial. However, there are many dangers that come with swimming. Learn the signs of danger and what to do.
Don’t let the haze keep you in a daze – Here’s the lowdown on health hazards and preventative measures.
Asthma is a chronic illness affecting hundreds of millions of people worldwide. It's important to know how to recognise an asthma attack and when to go to A&E.
Coughing and vomiting blood are 2 different symptoms with different causes. Find out how expelled blood may look like, what it means and when to see a doctor.
Have you ever felt that you cannot breathe in enough air? Dr Chew Huck Chin explains dyspnoea, the sensation of having shortness of breath, and why you should not ignore it.
Is your doctor using words you don’t understand? We decipher common but sometimes confusing medical jargon.
If someone is choking on food, do you start hitting their back or attempt to help them cough it out? Here’s what you should do instead.
Is your chest pain a heart problem? Find out what is causing your chest pain, and how to tell when it's serious.
Dr Lim Keng Hua, ENT specialist at Mount Elizabeth Hospital, explains about the haze and its relation to sinus problems.
Someone around you starts wheezing and coughing vigorously. What should you do?
Allergies are at best annoying, and at worst life-threatening. Here’s how to identify an allergy when you have one, and what to do when an allergy acts up.
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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.