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Health and Happiness the Swisse Way

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In the constant busy-ness of life in Singapore, it’s easy to fall short on meeting our daily nutritional needs. That’s why Swisse is bringing its world-renowned range of vitamins and supplements to Singapore, to help boost the nutrient intake that may[...]

Hands-on Healthcare Training

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Singapore is facing a rapidly ageing population, and with three new public general hospitals in the pipeline, there is growing demand for pharmaceutical healthcare professionals. Recognising the need for a pipeline of industry-ready graduates, Republic Polytechnic (RP) and Khoo Teck[...]

The Face of Change


Plastic surgeon Dr Leo Kah Woon transforms patients’ bodies and lives

Being the face of change is a calling that comes naturally to Dr Leo Kah Woon. His is a position that makes a twofold difference in people’s lives – enhancing their outer beauty and also inspiring inner confidence. The youngest[...]

Excessive Sweating and Body Odour

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When less is more

Sweating or perspiration is a natural process, whereby our “sweat glands” release a fluid that is high in salt along with some fractions of minerals and oil. Sweating is the body’s natural temperature regulation system. Everybody Sweats We are all[...]

Credit Card for Health and Wellness

With the OCBC Great Eastern Cashflo Card, Singapore’s first health and wellness credit card, customers will now find it easier to enjoy healthy living and manage their cash flow. The OCBC Great Eastern Cashflo Card, issued in partnership with OCBC[...]

Yoga and Bossa Nova by the Beach


Need a chill-out session? Then this is definitely for you! The evening by the ocean starts with a yoga practice workshop that explores the essentials of Vinyasa flow and aims at tuning the mind and finding inner rhythm. Afterwards, chill[...]

Love your Heart – National Heart Week/World Heart Day 2014


How well do you know your heart? Learn all about taking care of your heart at National Heart Week/World Heart Day 2014, a one day event in the heartland area to educate the public on heart health. Based on the[...]

Vitamin D


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Of the essential nutrients our bodies need, vitamin D is one that stands out from the crowd. You don’t get it from eating loads of green veggies (cue sighs of relief); interestingly, the best way to load up on vitamin[...]

Fight the Flu


Seven ways to combat the flu

The term ‘flu’ is often loosely used interchangeably with the ‘common cold’ or any illness consisting of runny nose, sneezing, watery eyes, cough, throat irritation, and fever. This is actually a misnomer. Flu by definition refers to influenza, a contagious[...]

Hypertension and Dental Care


Keeping your heart and teeth healthy

High blood pressure, also called hypertension, is a chronic medical condition in which the blood pressure in the arteries is elevated. The two measurements for your blood pressure reading refer to the force of heart muscle contraction pumping the blood[...]

Go Red for Women Luncheon

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This year, Singapore Health Foundation (SHF) held its 3nd annual Go Red for Women Symposium at Mandarin Oriental Singapore, Oriental Ballroom. Dr Amy Khor, Senior Minister of State, Ministry of Health and Ministry of Manpower, once again showed her support[...]

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[...]

Serious and Dangerous


Effective management of Hepatitis B

Hepatitis B is an endemic disease in Asia. It is transmitted either vertically or horizontally. Vertical transmission refers to transmission from mother to newborn during childbirth. Horizontal transmission is the transmission via blood transfusion with contaminated blood or sexual intercourse[...]

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[...]

International SOS Foundation Launches Global Framework on Safety, Health and Security for International Travellers

The International SOS Foundation, together with over 13 leading international health, safety and security experts, recently launched the world’s first global framework to protect workers travelling or on overseas assignments. The document provides strategic guidance for organisations to identify hazards[...]

Humour is Dangerous to Stress


Manage chronic stress with humour – a smile, a giggle, a hearty laughter!

“Help, I’m sooo stressed out!” “Life is no fun anymore!” These phrases sound familiar to us, right? We all suffer from stress and know how it feels. It destroys our sense of happiness and aliveness and sets us up for[...]

Spinning Sensation


Vertigo arising from Ear, Nose, Throat (ENT) conditions

According to the Ministry of Health, Singapore, more than 4,500 patients were admitted into hospitals nationwide over the period of 1st October 2012 to 30th September 2013 for dizziness. This represents only a small proportion of patients suffering from dizziness,[...]

New Book Aims to Inspire Singaporeans to become Fit and Healthy


Transform, Empower Yourself to Fitness and Health, is a powerful new book by fitness enthusiast Matthew Lou and physician Dr Frederick Ee, who have come together to share simple steps that readers can take to attain weight-related goals, improve fitness[...]

WCIC 2013: The Global Response to Care Integration

More than 1,000 social and healthcare practitioners, including voluntary welfare organisations’ representatives, hospital administrators, clinicians, researchers, policy makers, and caregivers attended the first world conference on care integration in Singapore last month. The World Congress on Integrated Care (WCIC) 2013,[...]

Get Vaccinated


Don’t risk ruining your well-earned break this year

Year-end is a time when many Singaporeans head out of town for a holiday. If you are one of those heading abroad on a well-earned break this year, you are likely to have already booked your air tickets, arranged accommodation[...]

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