As one ages, it is common to have either of these two eye problems such as uncorrected refractive errors (includes hyperopia and presbyopia) and cataracts.
When children complain of pains and aches in their joints, there can be a number of causes behind the pain. It helps to quickly identify these causes.
Stomach cancer is treatable if detected early. However, it is usually asymptomatic in the early stages and only detected when it has advanced.
Shingles is a viral infection causing painful skin rashes and blistering, occurring only in people who have been previously infected with chickenpox.
Swollen feet and swollen ankles could be a sign of heart valve disease as the blood flow through the heart to the body is inhibited, leading to fluid build-up.
Diabetes is a growing epidemic in Singapore and some of its most debilitating complications are foot-related problems. These can lead to more severe consequences such as leg amputations.
Benign prostate hyperplasia (BPH), a condition where an enlarged but non-cancerous prostate causes urinary problems, is extremely common among older men.
Hysterectomy is the main treatment for uterine cancer. Find out how it is performed, and how it impacts a woman’s body.
Menstrual irregularities or postmenopausal vaginal bleeding are typical warning signs of dysfunction in the female reproductive system.
A chronic cough, coughing up blood, a hoarse voice, chest pains and fatigue could be symptoms of late-stage lung cancer.