What Your Vaginal Discharge Says About Your Health
Let us dive deeper into understanding vaginal discharge, and learn a few tips on treating that intimate part of your body with care.
Understanding the Risk Factors of Breast Cancer
Risk factors that you can control and change are called modifiable risk factors. This is where every person who is concerned about getting breast cancer can put in effort to minimise their personal risk.
How IVF is done in Singapore
01 Egg Stimulation Drug treatments are injected daily into your thigh or abdomen to stimulate the growth of follicles in the ovaries. 02 Egg Maturation Assessment After…
Breast Cancer Among Women Aged 35 and Below
Breast Cancer Among Women Aged 35 and Below – Here are some questions regarding the Dos and Don’ts during your cancer treatment.
Breast Milk: The Most Optimal for Infant Growth
Breast milk is regarded as the optimal source of nutrition for all infants. Exclusive breastfeeding promotes development of an infant’s immune system; meeting the nutritional needs of a full-term infant until approximately six months of age.
Breastfeeding – Breast milk and other benefits
Breast milk contains the right balance of nutrients for the baby during the first six months of life. As the baby grows, the nutrients in the breast milk change. This fulfills the baby’s changing nutritional needs.
What you should know about a mammogram
According to the Singapore Cancer Society, breast cancer is the most common cancer occurring among women in Singapore with over 2,000 women annually diagnosed with…
Your Pregnancy Journey: Tips for Mothers-to-be
Pregnancy marks the beginning of a lifelong adventure – nine precious months before welcoming a new member into your family. This nine-month long journey to…
All you need to know about urinary incontinence (UI)
The loss of bladder control can be an embarrassing issue. However, urinary incontinence is not an uncommon problem and many people may experience an occasional…
Urinary Tract Infection (UTI)
Approximately 40% of women develop a urinary tract infection (UTI) at some point in their life. The condition is uncommon in boys and young men.
Find out more, the risk factors, diagnosis, treatment and prevention.