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.
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.
Cancer can affect men and women at any age. Discover who might be more susceptible, symptoms not to ignore, and the best time to take recommended cancer screening tests.
As more COVID-19 variants emerge, COVID-19 vaccines are adapting to offer better protection. Here’s what you should know about the bivalent vaccines approved for use in Singapore.
Is having a persistent or lingering post COVID-19 cough normal, or is there cause for concern?
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.
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.
Are you at risk of stomach cancer? Learn about the common symptoms, screening tests available, and prevention tips to help reduce your risk.
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