Highly active and fit individuals are not completely safe from heart conditions. Here’s why heart problems are seemingly common in fit people, and what you can do to reduce your risk.
In this article, Dr Tay Hin Ngan shares more about Head and Neck cancers.
Some recovered COVID-19 patients continue to experience persistent symptoms. Learn more about the signs of long COVID, how it affects your body, and when you should seek help from a specialist.
Minimally invasive heart surgery has multiple advantages for patients. With an Impella heart pump, even high-risk patients with very weak hearts can now benefit from such treatments with improved safety.
The pandemic-induced new normal has changed the way we live. Here’s why it might be making us feel more tired.
Understanding Omicron, virus mutations and how we can continue to protect ourselves against COVID-19. Dr Asok Kurup, infectious disease specialist at Mount Elizabeth Hospital, shares more.
If you’re having frequent backaches, your posture and sedentary lifestyle may be some of the reasons. Here are 6 exercises that can provide you with some much-needed relief.
If you are self-isolating, it is important to look after your mental and physical health. Here’re some tips to help you manage your well-being during quarantine.
With COVID-19 testing the new normal, here’s how parents can make taking an ART test more pleasant for their little ones.
As COVID-19 becomes endemic in Singapore, how will the disease affect patients with underlying respiratory conditions? Dr Adrian Chan, respiratory physician and intensivist at Mount Elizabeth Novena Hospital shares more.
As COVID-19 becomes endemic in Singapore, how will the disease affect patients with underlying heart conditions? Dr Reginald Liew, cardiologist at Mount Elizabeth Hospitals shares more.
While most breast lumps are non-cancerous, the discovery of any new breast lumps, nipple discharge or skin changes around the nipple should prompt a trip to the doctor.
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