Exercising during pregnancy is a great way to keep both mother and child healthy. Find out what exercises are suitable for you, and the precautions to note.
Antenatal classes can help you through your pregnancy journey, the delivery room and beyond.
Oximeters can be a key tool to monitor blood oxygen levels and detect disease severity. Here are some basic facts you need to know.
Is vaping better than smoking, or worse? Our doctors debunk 5 commonly believed myths about e-cigarettes.
If you have a heart condition, here’s what you need to know about the COVID-19 vaccines.
7 out of 10 people in Singapore can’t recognise the symptoms of a heart attack when it happens. Can you?
Not sure if you’ve sustained a strain, sprain or fracture? Learn how to identify the difference among the three so you can provide the right treatment.
Breast cancer is the No. 1 cancer found in women in Singapore, accounting for 29.4% of all female cancers. Learn how to lower your risk.
Can frequent headaches be a sign of something serious? Here's what you need to know.
Heart rates can vary from person to person, but what’s considered normal? And when does a heart rate become dangerous?
Your child will have flat feet as a toddler but as they grow, their feet should develop a normal arch. If this doesn’t happen, what should you do?
Gym goers new to spin classes and CrossFit, even those who may be super fit, can be at risk of rhabdomyolysis due to over-exertion from exercise.
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