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.
Discover the risks of eating raw foods while pregnant, especially during the first trimester, and learn how to avoid food poisoning.
Find out how many C-sections you can safely have, how long you should wait in between each C-section, and what the risks are.
In Singapore, 5.5% of the adult population suffer from allergic rhinitis. Less than 5% of those with sinus or nasal symptoms suffer from true sinusitis.
Trigger finger is caused when the tendon sheath’s passage is narrowed due to age or overuse. Treatments aim to expand the passage.
Benign prostate hyperplasia (BPH), a condition where an enlarged but non-cancerous prostate causes urinary problems, is extremely common among older men.
Ovarian cancer remains one of the most challenging of all gynaecological diseases to detect and cure. An early diagnosis can be life-saving.
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.
Women who experience abnormal vaginal bleeding might want to visit their gynaecologist for a check to rule out womb or uterine cancer.