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Introducing six personal pocket trainers that will help you reach your fitness goals with precision

Whether you are training for your first 5k, eager to get stronger or just want to sweat it out after a sedentary day in the office – yes, there’s an app for it. RunKeeper iOS and Android, free RunKeeper logs[...]

Snuff Out the Dandruff


The persistent shedding of flakes from hair is frustrating, embarrassing, and worrying. Here are some tips to banish dandruff and keep them at bay.

Are you annoyed by the white flakes that drift from your hair? Do you constantly avoid wearing dark-coloured shirts to save yourself the embarrassment? While dandruff can be frustrating and embarrassing, the good news is that, it is usually harmless.[...]

The Showdown


Raw veggies vs cooked greens

The rise of raw food-ism The focus of the raw food diet is on uncooked, unprocessed, and often organic food. While a raw food diet may include raw meats and dairy product, it is most commonly associated with vegan food.[...]

Combat Obesity


Fight obesity with an active and healthy lifestyle

Singapore’s Health Promotion Board recently launched the One Million KG Challenge to motivate residents to collectively lose one million kilograms. It’s an excellent initiative; the first of its kind in the world. But while the tone is upbeat, the rationale[...]

Gymless Workout


Five simple and effective exercises you can perform at home

Who needs a gym membership if you can do effective workout routines right within the comforts of your own home?  These exercises can be performed during each commercial break of a one-hour TV show. Perform these exercises as a circuit,[...]

Vitamin C


Our familiar friend

Vitamin C is one of the most renowned nutrients in the world – even as kids, we could easily name citrus fruits and vegetables as good sources of this vitamin. Boasting a range of be nefits from nutrient production to[...]

Stress-Free Living


Tips to develop a ‘positive attitude’ in life

The key to achieving a positive attitude is to have a clear mind to think and feel like a winner, naturally! However, most often, you have so much going on in your life! There are a million different projects to[...]

That Cuppa Joe is GFYH (Good for Your Health)!


Eight reasons why you should drink coffee every day

Here’s good news you’ve been waiting for – that beverage that used to have such a bad rap is now recognised for its many health benefits. Ezyhealth brings you eight good reasons to savour your morning coffee in glee. The[...]

Heart Health Special


Five health-friendly hawker fares

As true blue Singaporeans, we cannot live without our hawker fare. It’s cheap, scrumptious but also calorie-laden…or not. Ezyhealth rounds up five hawker food options that give the healthiest bang for your buck and heart! Yong Tau Foo Soup Serving[...]

Foot Loose and Fancy Free

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Barefoot training has been fast gaining popularity in Asia, but what exactly are the benefits?

In the past couple of decades, we’ve seen a dizzying array of fitness shoes, all promising you greater stability and stronger motion control. However, these shoes could actually be doing you more harm than good. The rigid design of the[...]

Vitamin B12


Guardian of your red blood cells and nervous system

Our bodies need vitamin B12 to make red blood cells and maintain a healthy nervous system. Deficiency can lead to anaemia (a condition due to a lack of red blood cells) and nerve damage. While it’s part of the B[...]



Important for brains (and for men)

              Zinc is responsible for a wide range of functions in the human body, from synthesis of DNA and proteins, to wound healing, and maintaining a proper sense of taste and smell. Zinc is[...]

Fish Oil


The omega-3 repository

Fish oil is loaded with omega-3 fatty acids – a combination of docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) and eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) – which are pivotal in supporting brain growth and infant development. Fish such as sardine, mackerel, and salmon accumulate the fatty[...]

Vitamin B9


Brain and blood warrior

Vitamin B9, also known as folic acid, works like the other B vitamins in that it helps our bodies convert food into fuel, giving us energy to go about our daily lives. B vitamins are also important for healthy skin,[...]

Watch your Chicken like a Hawk


A glimpse at how food safety is ensured – from poultry farms to supermarket shelves

World Health Day 2014 (April 7) throws the spotlight on the fight against vector-borne diseases, which result from infectious agents such as viruses, bacteria, and parasites that living creatures carry and pass on to other creatures. These dreaded diseases include[...]

Heart Disease


Not just a man’s disease

Women, take heed! If you think your husband is the only one prone to heart disease, think again. According to the Singapore Heart Foundation (SHF), ‘heart disease and stroke combined is the leading cause of death among women in Singapore.’[...]

Women and Heart Attack

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Understanding symptoms and risk factors

Heart attack, or myocardial infarction, is the most severe form of heart artery disease. It is caused by sudden cut-off of blood supply to heart muscles as a result of severe narrowing of heart artery or sudden formation of blood[...]



More reasons to eat a plateful of colour

Beta-carotene is a red-orangey pigment found in colourful fruits and vegetables – especially in carrots. Once in our body, beta-carotene is converted into vitamin A, which we all need for good vision, healthy skin and a strong immune system. Just[...]

Vitamin B7


For hair, nails and skin growth

Vitamin B7 – more commonly known as biotin or vitamin H – is part of the B-complex group of vitamins, which helps to keep your nervous system healthy and is essential for metabolism of carbohydrates and fats. In particular, vitamin[...]

Try Turmeric


More than just a condiment, this super spice bodes well for your heart, joints, neurons and stomach

Turmeric is the spice that gives curry its distinctive colour. Native to Indonesia and Southern India, this bright yellow herb is commonly featured in a wide variety of Asian dishes, textile dyes and fragrances. Most importantly, turmeric is also well[...]

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