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.
As cases of dementia rise in Singapore, here’s what you should know about the condition.
Shingles is a viral infection that causes painful rashes. Read on to learn how it can be treated and how vaccinations can help protect you against shingles.
It’s not the flu – pneumococcal pneumonia is a serious bacterial infection that can be potentially life-threatening. Learn how to protect yourself and your family by getting vaccinated promptly.
As we grapple with the hustle and bustle of daily life, don’t forget to make time for yourself. Here are some screening and vaccination options to help protect you from illness.
Health screenings for the body can give us peace of mind, so why not consider testing our brain to see if it’s working at its best?
Dr Chew Chun Yang, family physician at Parkway Shenton Medical Clinic in Serangoon Central, shares why it’s important to get annual vaccination against the seasonal flu.
We detail 5 common hormone disorders that can be managed by your general practitioner.
Tendinitis, tennis elbow, golfer’s elbow and frozen shoulder – these are some of the most common joint conditions that affect the upper body.
Heel pain, ankle sprains and arthritis of the knee are some painful, yet common, orthopaedic conditions seen by doctors.
If you’re new to health screenings, there might be many questions running through your mind. Read on to find out what to expect during your first health screening as well as questions to ask your doctor.
Singapore has started the roll-out of its COVID-19 vaccine booster programme. Wondering if you should get a booster shot? Read on to find out more.
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