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When detected early, ovarian cancer can be successfully treated. Know your risks and schedule regular screenings with your gynaecologist.
If you’re new to health screenings, there might be many questions running through your mind. Read on to find out what to expect during your first health screening as well as questions to ask your doctor.
Wong Hui Mei, senior dietitian at Gleneagles Hospital, details how a dietitian helps patients prepare their bodies for bariatric and metabolic surgery.
Deodorants, bras, genes, warning signs and more – are you getting the right information about breast cancer? Find out more from the expert.
While most breast lumps are non-cancerous, the discovery of any new breast lumps, nipple discharge or skin changes around the nipple should prompt a trip to the doctor.
Are you consuming too much sugar? Processed sugar is undisputedly a main cause of weight gain and other health conditions such as heart diseases. What is less talked about is the detrimental effect of sugar on our intestines and our gut health.
Traditional Chinese Medicine, or TCM, is increasingly being adopted by cancer patients as a complementary form of treatment. However, is it effective? Read on to find out.
Breast cancer is the No. 1 cancer found in women in Singapore, accounting for 29.4% of all female cancers. Learn how to lower your risk.
Interested in doing a full-body check-up but aren’t sure where to begin? Find out more about how health screenings benefit you and what your options are.
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