Five Things to Know About the Sinovac Vaccine
In Singapore, the Ministry of Health (MOH) approved Sinovac for use as part of the Special Access Route (SAR). While details are still pending on how the public can access it, here are five key things you need to know about this vaccine.
Covid-19 variants: The B.1.617 strain Common Questions Asked
Genetic variants of SARS-CoV-2 have been emerging and circulating around the world throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. 6 common questions asked, read on to find out more.
Celebrating Eid in a Safe and Healthy Way
The elderly are particular vulnerable in this period due to their weakened immune systems and prevalence of chronic illness. Here are some tips for an older person on how to stay safe and remain healthy during Eid.
Parenting Tips for Mothers
Being a mother is one of the toughest but most fulfilling jobs. Sometimes you wish your children came with instruction manuals. Here are some tips to ease this parenting journey.
When you should visit the Accident & Emergency (A&E) department, and why
It is important to know the types of medical support you can receive at the A&E in order to make a sound and informed decision when faced with a medical emergency in future.
When to bring your child to the Accident & Emergency department?
Learn some of the common child health emergencies and warning signs that you should seek emergency attention for your child at the Accident & Emergency (A&E) 24 hour clinic.
7 Essential Tips for Mental Wellness
Having good mental well-being can help you to cope with challenges and achieve your goals. Practice our tips for better mental wellness to take care of your well-being.
Fasting during Ramadan: What an older person needs to know
There is no age limit to fasting. An older healthy adult may continue to fast. However, an older person suffering from illness might not be able to fast as it may be more harmful to their health.
Learn Healthy Ramadan Fasting Tips
Fasting during Ramadan carries a high risk of dehydration and low sugar since food and drink are limited to before sunrise and after sunset. We have some tips on how you can fast healthily and safely, also what you can eat during Ramadan.
Sugar and Inflammation: The Not-so-sweet Connection
Our love hate relationship with sugar could be our daily struggle. Do you know too much of it can cause inflammation to your body? Find out how to start an anti-inflammatory diet with Ms Bibi Chia, Principal Dietitian, Raffles Diabetes & Endocrine Centre.