Walking is good for your health, but did you know that there’s a proper way to do it?
We’re spending more time outdoors and getting more involved in sports, but they do come along with risks. Discover how you can minimise injuries without compromising fun.
Due to the demands of dancing, it is no surprise that more than half of the injuries dancers sustain are to the foot and ankle.
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.
Frozen shoulder is a painful condition, but it can be treated. Here are the facts.
Sports medicine is traditionally used to treat elite athletes. But could it be beneficial for you?
Exercising when you’re injured sounds counterproductive. Here’s what an orthopaedic surgeon would recommend when you’re waiting to recover.
Not all play needs to be focused around education. During the holidays, playing just for fun can have its own health benefits for your child. Here are some of them.
Can you tell if it is an acute or chronic injury? Learn how to distinguish between the 2 kinds, so you know how to get them treated.
9 healthy activities that you can do as a family to strengthen family ties, kill boredom and improve your overall health at the same time.
Is bouldering on your list of activities to try out this year? Get to know more about this sport and how you can enjoy it safely.
Highly active and fit individuals are not completely safe from heart conditions. Here’s why heart problems are seemingly common in fit people, and what you can do to reduce your risk.
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