What You Should Look Out for When Choosing a Haemodialysis Centre
Here are some of the key factors to consider. Type of haemodialysis available, type of clinical services, the location, what are the fees and charges. Lastly, is there a clinical team on site.
Frequently Asked Questions by Dialysis Patients
Which is a better dialysis modality – haemodialysis or peritoneal dialysis? Both haemodialysis and peritoneal dialysis serve the same purpose to remove unwanted toxins and…
Tuberculosis (TB) can occur in any part of the body, but it most commonly affects the lungs (pulmonary TB). TB, which affects other organs outside the lungs, such as lymph nodes, bone or brain (extrapulmonary TB) is less common.
What do nutrition experts eat?
Straits Times Interview: What do nutrition experts eat? Dietitians and nutritionists in Singapore let Yamini Chinnuswamy in on their diet
Beraya Dengan Sihat dan Selamat
HARI Raya Aidilfitri bakal menjelang. Umat Islam di Singapura ghairah membuat persiapan.
5 Tips of Hypertension Lifestyle Management
Based on the 2017 Singapore National Population Health Survey, hypertension affects approximately one in five adults here. Uncontrolled hypertension may lead to serious health problems. Apart from medication, learn the ABCDEs of hypertension lifestyle management.
What You Need to Know About Dengue Fever
The number of dengue fever cases reported so far this year has exceeded the whole of 2021 and is already climbing towards the levels in 2020 when Singapore saw its worst dengue outbreak. Read more and learn 6 preventive tips against dengue fever.
What is Monkeypox?
With the easing of COVID-19 travel restrictions and borders reopening, and the relatively high travel connectivity with countries experiencing monkeypox outbreaks, the likelihood of an imported case into Singapore remains possible.
肝脏知识 – 如何珍惜和保护它
肝脏虽然没有脑筋想的快，没有眼睛看得远，没有心脏跳得活跃，但它是人体内最大的器官之一. 肝脏到底有多重要呢？莱佛士癌症中心肿瘤内科顾问李振翔 (Dr Lee Chern Siang) 在这篇文章中分享[…]
Cancer Happens to 1 in 3 Singaporeans
On average, one in three people in Singapore will be diagnosed with cancer some time in their lives, and about one in four deaths in Singapore are caused by cancer.