Why is it that one person can eat hundreds of calories and stay the same weight, while another person can eat the same and gain more?
Ever wondered what professional footballers or athletes eat after an intensive game or workout?
Irritable bowel syndrome is a pain in the gut (literally). But living with it doesn’t have to be. Read our guide to understand more about IBS, and how you can manage it for a happy and healthy life.
When it comes to specialist doctors, there are hundreds of options. How do you find the right fit? Here’s what to consider.
Should you worry about tapeworms in yusheng? Dr Leong Hoe Nam talks about the small probability of a parasitic infection in Singapore, and simple ways to stay safe.
We each drink around 1,000 litres of water every year (that’s a lot!). But do you know what your body actually does with all that liquid?
Officially, high blood pressure affects 27.3% of the population in Singapore. But there are many more people who don’t know they have it. So, how can we go about treating this silent killer?
Dr Suresh Nathan, orthopaedic surgeon, explains what avascular necrosis of the hip is, what causes it and how to treat it.
Do you believe in love at first sight? OK, how about love at first smell? Read on to discover the science behind falling in love this Valentine’s Day.
Without a doubt, one of the best things about Chinese New Year is the food. But is there a way to indulge without sabotaging your healthy diet?
In many cases, minor ailments improve with treatment at home. Here are some tips to feel better, and advice on when you should see a doctor.
Here is a quick look at the facts and statistics on common sports injuries.
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Dr Paul Chiam, cardiologist at Mount Elizabeth Hospital, discusses the tests used to screen for heart disease.
Is there ‘gender equality’ in heart attacks? The short answer is no. Here’s what you need to know about the gender differences in heart attack risk and symptoms.
Tiny everyday habits can be damaging to your spine. Here are 4 things you might be doing wrong, and what you should do to protect your back instead.