Tired? Irritable? Heart racing? Can’t sleep? Feel sick? You could be stressed…
Dreading the inevitable first day back at work? Set yourself up for a well-rested return with these 5 tips.
Always forgetting things, like your colleagues’ names, your best friend’s birthday or where you left your house keys? Combat forgetfulness with our list of 5 things that help and hurt your memory.
Not all play needs to be focused around education. During the holidays, playing just for fun can have its own health benefits for your child. Here are some of them.
Heading off on holiday? Whether you plan to lie on the beach or explore a new city, prepare for any eventuality with our packing list.
Evidence shows that stress is a risk factor for heart disease, but how exactly does stress affect your heart?
Giving yourself a good scare is lined with a number of health benefits, but too much can also be detrimental to your body.
Managing parental exam stress can help our children to perform better. Check out these 10 tips to keep your family sane during this exam period.
When it comes to discussing more personal issues with doctors, it’s tempting to hide certain details. Yet, by doing so, you may be putting your health at risk.
Although exams may be a stressful period for everyone at home, it doesn’t have to take a toll on your child’s health. Here are 6 ways to make sure your child is in their best condition for the exams.
The age-old adage – laughter is the best medicine – may not be accurate after all. Dr Julian Tan explains happy heart syndrome.
A fast, irregular heart beat can be triggered by anxiety or emotional stress, but it may also be a symptom of a condition atrial fibrillation. Dr Kenneth Ng, cardiologist, explains.
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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.