Singaporeans are re-evaluating their priorities and placing more importance on physical fitness, according to report.
Swedish company now has 12 clinics islandwide, caring for over 527 patients.
The new clinic by Eu Yan Sang also has an experience corner.
This chronic autoimmune disease causes inflammation and pain in any part of the body.
Thailand’s Chulalongkorn University launches latest gloves which are lightweight and cheaper than its previous version.
The Dynamic Resilience Programme aims to identify and validate health resilience measures and models, and develop and test new interventions to improve health outcomes in older people after stress events.
The health appointment system allows them to book appointments using a QR code scan.
The space comprises of a group activity area, an immersive projection cave, a Quiet Room, and music booths.
The programme supports tuberculosis patients by dispensing supermarket vouchers as incentives to encourage them to complete the full course of treatment.
Clinical trial among 30 patients with Type 2 diabetes shows promising results of fenofibrate as an effective and affordable treatment option for diabetic corneal neuropathy.
Survey finds that work commitments and family as key motivators to seek treatment for hearing difficulties.
Johnson & Johnson Vision has come up with a three-part video series to bring more awareness of this condition.
Over 90 percent of adults above the age of 50 carry the virus that causes shingles; yet only three percent of Singaporeans in this age group believe they are at high risk of developing the disease.
Concerned about your sugar intake, no worries in this new version of Subway’s chocolate chip cookie.
It is increasing the availability of physical activity programmes and refining the National Steps Challenge.