If you’re suffering from the negative side effects of festive overindulgence, here are some ways to bring balance back to your gut.
Read on to find out.
Recently, coconut oil has been touted as a new superfood. We give you the low-down so you can decide for yourself.
Because you are the best advocate for your health.
Weight training is hugely beneficial to all. Here we explain exactly why and tackle common misconceptions.
Knee pains are not just caused by age. Here’s how to spot the signs, and what you can do to maintain strong knees.
Scrolling through your phone in the dark is just one of them.
Could that new mark on your face be cancerous?
It’s time to separate myth from fact.
Beyond genetics and family history, how do you know if you’re susceptible to the condition? We speak to Dr Marilyn Lee, consultant physician and endocrinologist at Khoo Teck Puat Hospital, to find out.
Making it a habit to work out, especially if you’ve been sedentary for years, can seem like an almost impossible task. Here are some mental strategies that will help.
When is your monthly period normal and, when is it a matter of grave concern?
’Fess up: When it comes to working out, how often do you use the excuse, “I have no time”? There are many simple ways to eradicate this problem. Find out how.
You can do so by making adjustments to your diet.
Glutathione isn't just an antioxidant that fights free radicals; it also helps other antioxidants like the vitamins C and E regenerate when they become unstable.
Workplace safety is not just for those whose job scope involves heavy-duty machinery and equipment.
Feeling low on energy or like you’re in a perpetual funk? You could be experiencing a dip in testosterone.
Genetics play a part in determining the likelihood that you’ll be bitten, but the good news is that making the right lifestyle choices could lessen your chance of falling prey to mosquitoes.
Not all calcium supplements are created equal. Here’s why.
When Lui Yen Yuin found out she had breast cancer, her world crumbled. Here, she shares her story about how she found the strength to remain positive through the process of recovery.
Skin cancer is the sixth most common cancer amongst men and seventh most common amongst women in Singapore, but it’s highly treatable if detected early. To debunk some of the most common (and dangerous) myths surrounding skin cancer, we speak to Dr. Sue-Ann Ho Ju Ee...