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Dr Edwin Chng, general practitioner, tells us about 7 common chronic conditions and how to avoid them with regular screening.
In 2022, the World Health Organisation rang an alert on acute hepatitis in children. We take a closer look at what hepatitis is, how to spot the symptoms, and what to do about it.
Beyond indicating how well-hydrated you are, do you know that the colour of your urine could be a sign of an underlying medical condition? Read on to find out when to consult your urologist.
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.
Hepatitis can be caused by a variety of viruses and other non-infectious means. Know your risks and how to avoid picking up this liver-wrecking condition.
Those with pre-existing health conditions face a higher risk of complications from the COVID-19 novel coronavirus. Our specialists weigh in on these conditions and how you can protect yourself.
Cancers of the digestive system can develop with little outward signs. Arm yourself with knowledge to catch the warning signs early.
Dr Lee Kang Hoe, respiratory physician at Gleneagles Hospital, talks about living donor transplants and its advantages.
There’s a reason hepatitis is known as the silent killer. Learn about its treatment and prevention options.
Drinking a lot of alcohol can damage the liver and disrupt its ability to break down fats, resulting in liver damage or disease.
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