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.
The keto diet continues to be one of the most popular weight loss diets. But is it heart-friendly and is it sustainable?
It’s the Lunar New Year! This means catching up with family and friends, sharing festive treats, and more. How can we stay safe, while keeping the festive mood alive? Read on to find out.
Here is another 10 simple ways to strengthen your health.
Symptoms like shortness of breath, palpitations and fatigue could point towards mitral valve regurgitation. MitraClip can be performed to treat this condition without the need for open-heart surgery.
Here’s what you should know about the COVID-19 vaccines and what’s fact and what’s myth.
Gout is a form of arthritis that affects around 1% of the population and 6 times more men than women.
Scoliosis commonly develops during childhood and adolescence. Recognise the signs of scoliosis in children so that medical attention can be sought before the condition worsens.
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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.