It is the most common cancer in Singapore, yet usually presents no symptoms at its early stage. Dr Ho Kok Sun talks about preventing and treating colorectal cancer.
According to the WHO, pneumonia is the single largest infectious cause of death in children worldwide. Dr Philip Eng shares 5 things you might not know about it.
Every minute counts when it comes to recovering from a stroke. Recognise the warning signs and know what to do when you see them.
Heart attack symptoms in women are often 'silent' but the consequences of not noticing them can be life threatening. Besides frequent heart screenings, knowing the signs can help prevent heart attacks.
Think heart attack symptoms are obvious to spot? Here are 5 things you never knew about heart disease, heart attacks and high blood pressure.
It is helpful to keep in mind the less common causes of these diseases as well.
Making the right food choices can help to maintain a healthy heart. By implementing a few simple changes you can ensure that you’re getting the best nutrition possible to keep your heart strong.
High blood pressure is a problem, but what’s causing it? Here are 5 common reasons.
An infectious disease specialist and an obstetrics & gynaecology specialist talks about the Zika virus and its effects on pregnant women.
The problem with heart disease – aside from the fact that it’s heart disease – is that, without health screenings, it’s unlikely you will know there is anything wrong until it is too late.
Recognise the symptoms of a fainting spell and know how you can help those around you.
Heart attacks are the 2nd most common cause of death after cancer in Singapore – but help is available for if you are diagnosed and treated early.
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Many women accept period cramps as part and parcel of being a woman, not realising that it may be a sign of an underlying problem. Dr Cynthia Kew explains.
Dr Leong Hoe Nam, an infectious disease specialist at Mount Elizabeth Novena Hospital, provides the answers to important questions about the Zika virus.
Dr Henry Cheng, an obstetrics and gynaecology specialist, talks about the Zika virus and its effects on expecting mothers.