Dementia Singapore has partnered with Tay Ping Hui and Munah Bagharib as its first-ever brand ambassadors.
This event brings awareness of and about dementia, as well as those impacted by it.
New analysis shows a decrease in prevalence due to education countered by increase due to heart health risk factors.
With these DIY kits now available, here are some things to keep in mind.
The National Dental Centre Singapore launches its first cookbook for patients who have undergone dental treatment.
A National Dental Centre pilot programme helps seniors achieve good oral function.
State-of-the-art brain training, neurofeedback, biofeedback and neuroscience centre to help individuals sleep better and deal with mental and emotional issues.
AMILI and NUHS have launched the predictor, which could help pave the way in identifying new treatment therapies of the gut in the future.
When you are giving your brain a workout, you are physically working out too and you don’t realise it.
It can affect self-confidence so what can we do about it? For some, it is no problem at all.
There are many different options to remove a tattoo.
With laboratory and radiology services, patients can get personalised screening by a doctor who can then review their results.
Pneumonia is the second leading cause of death in Singapore and it can be prevented by getting vaccinated.
Last year, Zam Zam Binte Juma’at was diagnosed with TB. With a little incentive, she has kept on course with her treatment.
A treatment for knee arthritis which is a temporary measure to delay eventual surgery.