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Neuroendocrine tumour (NET) survivor, Malek Abdul Aziz was told he had only two years to live – but that was six years ago!
by Mona Khan | 15 Nov 2022
With masking on flights no longer mandatory, what should travellers consider to minimise their risk of infections and continue to stay safe?
by Jenna Cheong | 2 Nov 2022
Woman shares how she survived breast cancer despite having crippling debt and no critical illness insurance.
by Mona Khan | 20 Oct 2022
A customised approach to exercise can help patients with diastolic heart failure, says Dr Lin Weiqin, cardiologist from the National University Heart Centre, Singapore.
by Jenna Cheong | 28 Sep 2022
It turns out that a broken heart can actually kill
by Shaila Dass | 1 Sep 2022
Both glasses and contact lenses have been used to correct myopia in children, but which are more effective in managing the condition in the long run?
by Shaila Dass | 28 Jul 2022
Flying long distance can be risky for people who are predisposed to blood clots. If they’ve...
by Mona Khan | 20 Jul 2022
Dr Mark Tang, Consultant Dermatologist from the Skin Specialists & Laser Clinic shares useful tips for managing eczema and travelling with the condition.
by Mona Khan | 1 Jun 2022
Cardiologist Dr Michael Macdonald from Harley Street Heart & Vascular Centre addresses the myths and facts on GLP-1 agonists, a drug believed to help obese diabetics lose weight fast.
by Jenna Cheong | 20 Apr 2022
Mother of three Siti Haiza experienced chronic pelvic pain that was so excruciating she could not sit or stand, but her doctor said she was ‘overthinking it’.
by Jenna Cheong | 12 Apr 2022
How to tell if heart palpitations are due to stress, or caused by something more sinister.
by Jenna Cheong | 28 Feb 2022
Working 55 hours or more per week increases your risk of deadly heart disease and strokes.