Parkway Shenton family physician Dr Wong Pei Ying shares more about gout symptoms, risk factors of the disease, potential complications and how it can be treated.
Hepatitis A and B are viruses that can seriously affect our liver. Here’s how vaccination can help reduce the risks of getting infected.
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Planning to attend a festive party this season? Stay safe and know your limits with this guide to responsible drinking.
Nutrition plays an important role in your recovery after surgery. Knowing what foods to eat after going for an operation may help to improve and speed up your healing process.
7 out of 10 people in Singapore can’t recognise the symptoms of a heart attack when it happens. Can you?
Alcohol. It’s been linked to various health benefits, but over-drinking can take a toll on our bodies, sometimes even resulting in severe health issues.
What are some common confinement myths you can ignore? Our O&G specialist separates fact from fiction.
Some people avoid alcohol for various reasons, be it religious or health-related. Others enjoy the occasional tipple or more. But what are the effects of alcohol on your body?
Drinking a lot of alcohol can damage the liver and disrupt its ability to break down fats, resulting in liver damage or disease.
Fatty liver is a disease where you have extra fat in your liver. Is it a rare condition? Does it only affect alcoholics?
Many people feel guilty for eating too much, or even dread stepping on the scales after the holidays. But occasional overeating is unlikely to have a long-term impact on your health – and here’s why.
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