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Highly active and fit individuals are not completely safe from heart conditions. Here’s why heart problems are seemingly common in fit people, and what you can do to reduce your risk.
Less than 10% of breast cancers are due to genetic predisposition. Dr Tan Yah Yuen explains how doctors calculate your risk of breast cancer, and what preventive options you have based on your risk.
Recreate Guest Chef Sam Leong's Spice of Life, a mouth-numbing spicy tofu dish with steamed rice mixed with assorted mushrooms.
Sarcoma is a rare, complex, and diverse cancer with over 70 different subtypes. Dr Richard Quek, medical oncologist at Mount Elizabeth Hospitals, explains more.
Is having a persistent or lingering post COVID-19 cough normal, or is there cause for concern?
Wang Yu hui, Chuyên gia sinh vật học cấp cao tại bệnh viện Mount Elizabeth, giải thích các nguyên nhân có thể gây đau lưng và cách làm giảm đau bằng các bài tập duỗi cơ đơn giản.
Meet our People: Dr Ivan Tham
Dr Ivan Tham gives us a glimpse of his role as a radiation oncologist at the Mount Elizabeth Proton Therapy Centre and tells us what keeps him motivated at work.
Postpartum Belly: Is It a Concern?
Having a belly bulge that still makes you look pregnant months after childbirth is not just a matter of residual pregnancy weight. You may have diastasis recti.
Treating Skin Cancer with Mohs Surgery: 10 FAQs Answered
Most skin cancers are curable when diagnosed early. Read on to learn more about Mohs micrographic surgery and how it is effective in treating skin cancer with minimal scarring.
Can Intermittent Fasting Help With Diabetes?
Intermittent fasting is known to bring along health benefits, but can it help with managing diabetes?
How to Cope When Cancer Returns After Remission
Coping with a cancer recurrence can present challenges for a patient and their loved ones. Discover more about this demanding circumstance and strategies for managing it.
What You Need to Know about RSV in Babies
Learn about Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV), a common and highly contagious virus that infects the airways and causes cold-like symptoms in young children.