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Just Be Natural


“The Happy Naturopath” Eugene He practises a healthy and happy lifestyle

Curiosity has always been in Eugene He’s nature. Growing up with a huge appetite for questions, he always wanted to know how everything worked, such as the science of chemical reactions and how food affects mood. He discovered naturopathic medicine[...]

Metabolism Matters

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Lots to digest on metabolism and obesity

The causes of obesity are complex and have not been fully uncovered, despite scientific breakthroughs. The relationship between metabolism and body weight is an area of great interest as well as controversy for researchers, healthcare providers and patients alike. Here,[...]

How Do I Love Thee?


The real deal on relationships, love and sex

  Relationships can be tricky things, especially for those who are clueless about love and sex – and let’s be honest, most of us have been there at one time or another. Armour up on amore with advice from Singapore’s[...]

A Lifetime of Limelight

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Hong Hui Fang lets us in on how to leave a lasting impression

Hong Hui Fang has long been a familiar face on television. The talented thespian has serious staying power, with an acting career spanning three decades – truly, a lifetime in the limelight – and tons of roles under her (enviably[...]

My Body, My Expression


Overcoming shyness in the bedroom

We can run but we cannot hide from the multitude of messages in the media telling us that we can look better in this or that way. Small wonder that we find ourselves to be body conscious in the bedroom.[...]

Big, Bold and Bea-utiful

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Beatrice Chia-Richmond on body image and beauty

Beatrice Chia-Richmond is not one to shy away from “sensitive” topics. Her acting and directing résumé is peppered with provocative, controversial choices, from her turn as a researcher of reproductive technology in Immaculate Misconception, to her directorial debut in 2001,[...]

Live in Harmony

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Are you in tune with your body?

For the longest time, I didn’t have a positive relationship with food – and neither did the hundreds of people I interacted with. Look around you and you’ll see that most of us are either stressing ourselves way too much[...]

Live to the Max

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Max Loong pushes the limits

From acting and TV hosting, writing and producing, to owning his own club and being a savvy businessman, Max Loong has a finger in many pies. Despite having so much on his plate, the hunky 34-year-old Malaysian-Swiss makes it a[...]

Breast Cancer in 20-Somethings

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Are you at risk?

As the number one cancer affecting women in Singapore, breast cancer has been written up in numerous publications and aired on various media platforms over the years. What is uniquely Singaporean is that there are two peaks of incidence of[...]

Sex Matters


A discourse on intercourse (and other sexual health issues)

Sex is one of the most natural things in the world, but many of us really know very little about it! Our Expert of the Month, Dr Christopher Chong, Obstetrician, Gynaecologist and Urogynaecologist at Gleneagles Hospital, answers all your burning[...]

‘Gumming’ for the Perfect Smile


Too much or too little gum? Now you can get it just right

About 85% of the general population suffers from periodontitis.  Early treatment is essential and, if left untreated, can lead to tooth loss. It is said that having a nice smile can often determine how well you leave an impression on[...]

A Pain in the Neck

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What is cervicogenic headache?

A Patient’s Story A 44-year-old woman, Mrs Chan always comes home from work with a headache, which usually starts around mid-afternoon. She is a secretary in a bank and works long hours in front of the computer. However, this headache[...]

Healer and Educator

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Dr Elisa Koh and her fight against gynaecological cancers

Oprah once said, “The real work of your life is to figure out your function – your part in the whole – as soon as possible, and then get about the business of fulfilling it as only you can.” Dr[...]

Is Your Child a Gamer?

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Four ways to protect your child from video game addictions

Whether it is on the MRT or during Chinese New Year visitations, one cannot help but encounter children, youth, and adults fiddling with their mobile devices. While some of them might be socialising electronically through the popular Facebook or WhatsApp[...]

Amid Hot Flushes


Menopause and healthy sex life

Menopause occurs when the ovaries have no more eggs to ovulate and stop producing female sexual hormones. The woman is considered to have reached menopause when she does not get her period for more than a year. Typically, blood test[...]

Colorectal Cancer Screening

Why you need to do it now!

Colorectal cancer (CRC) is the most common cancer in males and second to breast cancer in females in Singapore. However, when combined, it is undisputedly the most common cancer in the country. More worrying is the rising trend not just[...]

In Her Shoes

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Sofie Roberg skates her way to success (and right smack into our children’s hearts!)

Have you ever been asked the question ‘What are you passionate about?’ and suddenly found yourself groping for words? Well, you are not alone. Most of us spend a lifetime trying to figure out our true calling. Sadly, with our[...]

Your Child’s First Trip to the Dentist


7 Tips to help children overcome their fear of dentists

For a child, a trip to the dentist can be overwhelming due to the different people, sounds and sights they may encounter. However, regular visits to the dentist are vital to ensure good oral health and to promote good oral[...]

Friends for Life


Friends for Longevity

Good friends always stick by you through the thunderstorms and darkest nights, so says the above theme to American hit sitcom, Friends. But more than these, good friends may help you live longer, according to research by the Brigham Young[...]

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[...]

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