Answering Your Questions About Psoriasis
According to a 2016 report by World Health Organisation, psoriasis affects approximately 100 million people worldwide. In Singapore, it is estimated that at least 40,000 persons are affected with psoriasis.
What is Shingles and How Common Is It?
It is estimated that around one in five people who have had chickenpox would later develop shingles. The pain of shingles can, in some cases, linger for several weeks or months after the rash has disappeared…
Prevention Tips for Common Sexually Transmitted Diseases
Did you know that some STDs may not show any sign or symptom, and it is also possible for individuals to be infected with more than one STD or sexually transmitted infections (STIs)? With that said, here are some common STDs in Singapore, and how you can spot and prevent them.
How to Care for Your Children’s Skin
Children have more delicate and sensitive skin than adults. As parents, it is important to know how to care for your children’s skin, so that their skin will be healthy as they age.
Caring for Your Skin Under the Sun
As the sun’s harmful ultraviolet (UV) rays damage our skin significantly over time, it is important to wear sunscreen every day, even on cloudy days.
How to prevent oral & skin problems from mask-wearing
The pandemic has proliferated a new staple accessory in our daily wardrobe – face masks. Whether you prefer to don on surgical masks or washable…
Common skin cancers in Singapore
In Singapore, skin cancer is ranked sixth in males cancers and seventh in female cancers. Although this condition is still more prevalent in the elderly,…
Singapore Doctors Treat Turban Tumour from China
For 25-year-old Ms Wu Xiao Fen, from the Yi minority from Yunnan, China, the pain on her head is not just a figure of speech….