Traditional Chinese Medicine may be gaining popularity, but despite its long history spanning 3,000 years, some misconceptions remain. Traditional Chinese Physician Dr Lim Tze Chao clears the air.
Learn how Traditional Chinese Medicine can complement Western medical treatment for better recovery outcomes.
Learn about the principles of practising mindfulness and how you can introduce it into your everyday life.
Breakfast is a meal loved by many – but is it best served hot or cold? Dr Chew Chun Yang, family physician at Parkway Shenton, discusses what an ideal breakfast could look like.
What are some essential medications to have at home for mild medical conditions? We detail some common examples and considerations to note when self-medicating.
Learn more about what a chronic illness is and how your regular family doctor can help you keep the condition under control.
As we grapple with the hustle and bustle of daily life, don’t forget to make time for yourself. Here are some common misses affecting our sleep, mental health, moods, as well as quality of physical activity.
Hair loss, a reduced sex drive and loss of muscle mass may be part of ageing, but it could also point to testosterone deficiency in men. Here’s more on the matter.
Hepatitis A and B are viruses that can seriously affect our liver. Here’s how vaccination can help reduce the risks of getting infected.
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.
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