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05 Apr Are You at Risk for Fatty Liver? Six High-Risk Groups You Should Know About
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  Fatty liver, also referred to as hepatic steatosis, is a disease characterized by the accumulation of fat in the liver. While having a small amount of fat in the liver is normal, but excessive amounts can lead to health problems. The liver is th..
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..
28 Jul 5 Diseases Resulting from Excessive Stress
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Stress may come from many ways and forms. It can be acute (short-term) or chronic (long-term). It can be triggered by common everyday events such as exams or a big presentation at work, or a traumatic life event such as a death in the family. Sometim..
09 Jul 5 Tips to Lower Blood Sugar Levels Naturally
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 Did you know that Singapore have the fourth highest diabetic rate in the world? The number of diabetes cases is expected to increase to 1,000,000 in 2050. In a normal healthy individual, the blood glucose levels are maintained within 4-5.5 mmol/L be..
20 Apr 6 Health Benefits of Brazilian Green Propolis
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Did you know that a beehive is one of the most sterile natural environments? Here’s why: honey bees collect resin from selected trees and plants, and mix it with their own discharges and beeswax. This creates a glue-like substance, also known as prop..
15 Nov 4 Health Benefits of Losing Weight
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 Overweight and obesity have become major health problems worldwide due to the escalating prevalence. It is estimated that 2.7 billion adults globally will be overweight or obese by 2025. Facing weight problems? Take action before it's too late. Exte..
12 Apr 4 Dietary Tips for Diabetics
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Diabetes is a worldwide epidemic. In Singapore, the number of diabetics is growing. Back in 2017, one in nine Singaporeans has diabetes and the number of diabetes cases is expected to increase to 1,000,000 in 2050.    Diabetes is a chronic disease wh..
04 Jan Why are gut bacteria important?
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If you are suffering from one of the following conditions (e.g. poor skin conditions, mental and immune health, bad breath or abnormal bowels), you may be lacking of good bacteria in your gut! So what’s the big deal? Did you know that your gut bacter..
07 Dec Why is it important to have sufficient sleep every night?
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Did you know that the lack of sleep (4 or 5 hours of sleep a night) in the short term can elevate your risk of developing diabetes by approximately 16%? The good news is this can be reversible! According to a study conducted at the University of Chic..
09 Nov How You Cook Meat May Affect Your Type 2 Diabetes Risk
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Did you know that the type of cooking method you choose to cook meat with can make a great difference in your risk of developing type 2 diabetes? \tResearchers from the Harvard Chan School of Public Health’s Department of Nutrition analysed the data ..
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..
28 May Diabetes complications you need to know
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According to statistics of the World Health Organization, there are more than 100 complications of diabetes. It is the most known chronic diease with the highest complication risk. The followings are some common complications caused by diabetes. 1) I..
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