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12 Jan How to Control Your Diet Smartly during Chinese New Year
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  With all the decorations in the streets and shopping malls, along with the Chinese New Year songs, we know that the Chinese New Year is coming. We're pretty sure everyone is really looking forward to reuniting with family and friends, and of cou..
23 Dec Diseases Caused By Lack of Exercise and Sedentary Lifestyle
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  According to the statistics of the World Health Organization (WHO), lack of physical activity is the 4th leading risk factor that affects global mortality. Compared to those with at least 30 minutes of moderate-intensity physical activity per we..
09 Dec Natural Ways to Reduce Uric Acid in the Body
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  Uric acid is a waste product that is naturally produced when our body breaks down chemicals called purines. Normally, most uric acid dissolves in the blood, passes through the kidneys and leaves the remains in urine.    However, it is possible..
24 Nov Bad Habits That May Contribute to Premature Skin Ageing
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  Ageing is one of the scariest transformations that we all have to deal with at some point in our lives. As we age, our skin becomes thinner, loses its smoothness and may develop wrinkles and age spots. That’s why many of us use expensive skincar..
10 Nov Do You Know the Difference Between Rhinitis and Sinusitis?
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  Nasal congestion is one of the common cold symptoms, it can be caused by anything that irritates or inflames the nasal tissues. The common causes of nasal congestion are infections such as colds, flu, or sinusitis and rhinitis. Sometimes a conge..
20 Oct Osteoporosis: Are You at Risk?
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  Osteoporosis is the most common age-related bone disease worldwide. In Singapore, hospital admissions for hip fractures have risen to 2,729 cases in 2020 from 1,487 in 2017, due to the ageing population here with a higher proportion of elderly p..
10 Oct 6 Most Common Signs of an Unhealthy Heart
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  Will you find out if there's something wrong with your heart? And do you know that not all heart problems come with clear warning signs? There isn’t always an alarming chest clutch followed by a fall to the floor as you commonly see in the movie..
26 Sep The 7 Stages and Symptoms of Alzheimer's Disease
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  Putting your house key in the wrong place, calling your neighbor by the wrong name, or forgetting to buy something at the grocery store are all common memory lapses. But as you get older, forgetfulness occurs more and more frequently, and it's e..
12 Sep Easy Ways to Increase Your Fiber Intake
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  Dietary fiber comes from plant-derived food that cannot be completely broken down by human digestive enzymes. You may then wonder why do we need it if we cannot break it down and why is dietary fiber so important in our daily diet? The major ben..
29 Aug Tips to Monitor Your Blood Sugar Correctly
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  In order to manage and control diabetes, blood sugar self-testing is a must to be done every day or even after every meal. Measuring your blood sugar level on your own can help to alert you when your blood sugar levels drop or rise beyond your t..
05 Aug How to Choose the Best Probiotic Supplement?
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  Probiotics are combinations of live beneficial bacteria and/or yeasts that naturally live in our bodies. When ingested in sufficient amounts, they can enhance the health of digestive tract, colonise and restore the number of beneficial bacteria ..
22 Jul What is Ashwagandha? Everything You Need to Know
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  Ever since the outbreak of the pandemic, many people were experiencing emotional and physical exhaustion aroused by excessive and prolonged stress. This is why, stress relief has become a pretty hot trend over the last two years, and Ashwagandha..
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