Your Sedentary Lifestyle Can Cause Pain
Physiotherapist Nordawama Ahmad Ali explains how physiotherapy can manage and resolve musculoskeletal pains as a result of prolonged sitting and poor posture.Read More
A Rare Cancer Patients Can Live With
Dr Azura Deniel, Consulting Oncologist at the Ampang Puteri Specialist Hospital, Kuala Lumpur tells us more about a slow-growing type of cancer known as neuroendocrine tumours or NETs.Read More
How Contact Lenses Changed the Life of a 7-year-old
Alana’s eyesight was deteriorating at an alarming rate due to myopia, until her mother decided to switch her from glasses to contact lenses!Read More
How to Beat Breast Cancer, Twice!
Foo Choon Mei was only 39 when she thought he had overcome breast cancer, only to receive a second diagnosis a year later.Read More
Diagnosed with Cancer not Once or Twice, but Thrice!
Cayden Chang was busy balancing his new business and being a first-time father, when he received a life-changing cancer diagnosis.Read More
Living with Neuroendocrine Tumours (NETs)
Neuroendocrine tumour (NET) survivor, Malek Abdul Aziz was told he had only two years to live – but that was six years ago!Read More
The Masks Come Off: Flying with COVID-19
With masking on flights no longer mandatory, what should travellers consider to minimise their risk of infections and continue to stay safe?Read More
Surviving Breast Cancer with No Money
Woman shares how she survived breast cancer despite having crippling debt and no critical illness insurance.Read More
Exercise for Heart Failure Patients
A customised approach to exercise can help patients with diastolic heart failure, says Dr Lin Weiqin, cardiologist from the National University Heart Centre, Singapore.Read More
A Broken Heart Can Kill
It turns out that a broken heart can actually killRead More
Are Glasses or Contact Lenses Better for Myopia?
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?Read More
Flying in the era of COVID-19 puts you at higher risk of blood clots
Flying long distance can be risky for people who are predisposed to blood clots. If they’ve...Read More