Cranberry juice at the right doses can help prevent recurrent UTIs in women, although not everyone should consume it. Dr Colin Teo explains more.
Are you at risk of stomach cancer? Learn about the common symptoms, screening tests available, and prevention tips to help reduce your risk.
Hepatitis A and B are viruses that can seriously affect our liver. Here’s how vaccination can help reduce the risks of getting infected.
Endometriosis is a common gynaecological condition that affects up to 10% of women, usually between the ages of 25 – 45, though symptoms can start to present even at puberty.
Are you consuming too much sugar? Processed sugar is undisputedly a main cause of weight gain and other health conditions such as heart diseases. What is less talked about is the detrimental effect of sugar on our intestines and our gut health.
An overactive bladder can happen when you drink too much liquids. However, it’s wise to see a doctor when the condition persists or if you suffer bouts of incontinence.
Mala Xiang Guo – a food fad that many of us know and love. However, overindulgence can be bad for health in the long run – read on to find out why.
Deciding whether a natural or caesarean delivery is right for you is a question you should discuss with your doctor. Especially when it considers your personal circumstances and medical history.
As you grow older, digestive issues may creep up and impact your eating habits.
Gastroenteritis or the stomach flu is a viral or bacterial infection that causes irritation and inflammation of the stomach and intestines.
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