Advances in medicine now allow HIV patients to have healthy kids without infecting their spouse or child. Dr Leong Hoe Nam sheds light on hopeful advancements in the treatment of HIV.
Dr Stephen Chang, general surgeon specialising in liver transplant, answers frequently asked questions by liver donors and recipients.
Dr Tan Yu-Meng, general surgeon at Mount Elizabeth Hospitals, gives us the stark facts about pancreatic cancer and the treatment options available for patients.
Have you ever wanted to seek treatment in a private hospital but held back because of how hefty the cost might be? Here are 6 myths about private hospital bills you might have bought into.
If you are a woman of childbearing age who's battling cancer, know your options. Dr Ann Tan explains fertility preservation in cancer patients.
Dr Wee Siew Bock, breast surgeon at Mount Elizabeth Hospital, address your questions and concerns about breast conserving surgery (lumpectomy).
Dr Tan Yah Yuen, breast surgeon at Mount Elizabeth Hospitals, answers the questions you may have about mastectomies.
More women are being claimed by breast cancer now than before. Love them by encouraging them to go for breast screening.
And no, finding a lump in your breast does not mean that you have breast cancer.
According to the WHO, pneumonia is the single largest infectious cause of death in children worldwide. Dr Philip Eng shares 5 things you might not know about it.
An infectious disease specialist and an obstetrics & gynaecology specialist talks about the Zika virus and its effects on pregnant women.
Dr Ong Kian Chung explains the health effects of haze and how you should protect yourself.
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Dr Leong Hoe Nam, an infectious disease specialist at Mount Elizabeth Novena Hospital, provides the answers to important questions about the Zika virus.
Dr Henry Cheng, an obstetrics and gynaecology specialist, talks about the Zika virus and its effects on expecting mothers.
TAVI is a minimally invasive procedure that offers hope to patients too old or too ill for conventional aortic valve replacement operations.