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25 Nov Nutritional Needs During Pregnancy for You and Your Baby
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  During pregnancy, the body undergoes a lot of physical and hormonal changes. Therefore it is important to ensure that both mother and fetus are obtaining sufficient nutrients from various sources. Some people may wish that there is some secret ..
22 Sep 5 Foods That Lower the Risk of Alzheimer’s and Dementia
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  Dementia is the decline in one’s cognitive ability. Alzheimer’s disease is a type of dementia and the most common form. Dementia is often thought to be caused by a combination of genetic, environmental, and lifestyle factors which includes diet ..
26 Feb 7 Benefits of Taking Omega-3 Fish Oil
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  One of the most commonly consumed supplement in the world is fish oil, due to its high omega-3 fatty acids which are very important for your health. Taking fish oil supplement is helpful if you do not consume enough fatty fish in your day-to-day..
20 Aug 4 Tips for Choosing Omega-3 Fish Oil
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 Omega-3 fish oil is one of the most popular supplements commonly bought. The efficacy of fish oil has been proven to be beneficial for cardiovascular issues, depression, brain development in children, brain degeneration in adults, vision and many ot..
07 Aug 5 Tips to Decrease Your Risk of Stroke
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Did you know that one in 10 cases of stroke in Singapore involves patients younger than 50? The good news is that 80% of strokes can be prevented. Here are 5 tips to reduce your risk of stroke.  1. Keep Blood Pressure in Check Uncontrolled high blood..
28 May 4 Tips to Reduce Your Risk of Dementia
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 Did you know that there is an increasing number of Singaporeans being diagnosed with dementia below age 65? What’s alarming is that some individuals are developing dementia in their 40s and 50s.  Here’s the good news. There are steps you can take to..
04 Oct 6 Tips to Protect Against Cognitive Decline
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 Dementia is a major health problem in Singapore. The number of patients with dementia is expected to increase to 53,000 by 2020, and by 2050, this figure will balloon to 187,000. So what exactly is dementia? Dementia is a syndrome characterised by t..
15 Mar 7 Tips to Slow Down Arterial Stiffening
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As we age, our arteries become stiff due to the progressive breakdown of elastin in the arterial wall. This condition known as arterial stiffness is useful for predicting cardiovascular events, especially in asymptomatic individuals. Currently, pulse..
08 Feb Why is it important to limit your child’s screen time?
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Excessive screen time not only causes vision-related problems, it also impairs your brain’s ability to process information, concentrate and make decisions. What’s worse? These effects are aggravated in children as their brains and bodies are still de..
26 Oct Trans-Fats May Cause Memory Loss
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Not only do trans-fats increase your risk for heart disease, cancer and diabetes, they have been shown to worsen memory! What exactly is trans-fat?  Trans-fats are produced via an industrial process where hydrogen is added to vegetable oil to solidif..
10 May Taking a walk in the park helps improve memory
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Researchers at the University of Michigan, United States, recently discovered that taking a breath of fresh air and a stroll in the park helps with memory. Results show that one’s short-term memory increased by 20%. Researchers believe that the hustl..
15 Mar Children need good fat to stay smart
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60% of the brain is made of fat. Brain development affects children's intelligence and emotions. If children lack essential fatty acids, it can easily lead to depression, dyslexia, attention deficit disorder, autism, fatigue, memory loss and other sy..
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