The keto diet continues to be one of the most popular weight loss diets. But is it heart-friendly and is it sustainable?
Those with pre-existing health conditions face a higher risk of complications from the coronavirus. Our specialists weigh in on these conditions and how you can protect yourself.
Dr Lim Choon Pin, cardiologist at Mount Elizabeth Hospitals, explains your treatment options for congestive heart failure (CHF).
There’s a lot of inaccurate information about fruit eating circulating on the internet. It’s time to get the facts straight.
Is your father going for regular health screening?
Tired? Irritable? Heart racing? Can’t sleep? Feel sick? You could be stressed…
Is your mother neglecting her own health as she ages? What can we do to care for our mothers’ well-being?
Dr Akira Wu, renal physician at Mount Elizabeth Hospital, explains what kidney failure is, what causes it and what symptoms to look out for.
When is blood pressure considered too high? Find out why blood pressure guidelines have recently changed in the United States, and what it means for you.
You have heard time and again that eating whole grains is the healthy way to go. But why? Dietitians tell us how exactly whole grains are beneficial for our health.
More and more people are starting to develop dementia earlier in life. Doing these 5 things may help reduce your risk of dementia.
Here is a dietitian's guide to the best and worst foods to include in your daily diabetes-fighting diet.
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There are many possible causes of knee pain. The most common though, are osteoarthritis, ligament injuries, and cartilage tears.
Sports injuries can happen to anyone, but they can be easily avoided. Here are 9 common injuries and how they can be prevented.
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.