Post Hip Replacement Recovery

2021-06-29T09:22:33+08:00June 22nd, 2021|Health and Wellness|

Guide to Recovery After Hip Fracture or Hip Replacement Surgery If you have just undergone hip surgery, this article is designed to provide you with general advice on how to manage at home after the surgery and guidance on home exercises to help you regain strength. It is important to exercise after

Post Knee Replacement Recovery

2021-06-22T15:55:40+08:00June 22nd, 2021|Health and Wellness|

Guide To Recovery After Knee Replacement Surgery If you have just undergone knee surgery, this article is designed to provide you with general advice on how to manage recovery from home after the surgery, and guidance on home exercises to help you regain strength. It is important to exercise after a

Debunking 5 Childhood Immunisation Myths

2021-02-26T15:21:03+08:00February 26th, 2021|Health and Wellness|

Debunking 5 Childhood Immunisation Myths Heard some rumours about childhood immunisations and vaccinations? It’s time to clear the air on these common misconceptions, because immunisations are important for protecting your child from potentially fatal diseases. WHAT YOU MIGHT THINK 1. “Vaccines cause many harmful side effects and even death. They should

4 Tips for Stress Management

2021-02-25T17:16:32+08:00February 25th, 2021|Health and Wellness|

4 Tips for Stress Management Everyone feels stressed from time to time. But in order for us to thrive under this pressure, we need to understand where stress comes from and how to deal with it. In short bursts, stress can be positive, such as when it helps you avoid danger or

Beyond Befriending Programme: Cooking Recipes

2021-02-24T12:03:38+08:00February 24th, 2021|Health and Wellness|

Beyond Befriending Programme: Cooking Recipes Who says that healthy eating has to be bland?  On 13 August 2020, NTUC Health conducted a cooking session on Facebook Live, supported by the Council for Third Age. The one-hour event saw hundreds of viewers tuning in to watch Mdm Hng, who is one of

Healthy Living : Prevention of Falls

2021-02-24T11:55:05+08:00February 24th, 2021|Health and Wellness|

Heathy Living: Prevention of Falls They say ‘Home is the safest place to be’, but is this true? Do you know that the home can be a dangerous place to live in? Based on WHO (World Health Organization) statistics, an estimated 424,000 fatal falls occur every year in homes. This shows the

Understanding Osteoporosis

2021-01-09T15:23:44+08:00November 4th, 2020|Health and Wellness|

Understanding Osteoporosis (Free PDF Download)   In our free PDF guide Understanding Osteoporosis, learn more about the following topics: What is Osteoporosis Stages of Osteoporosis Risk Factors for Osteoporosis Key Symptoms of Osteoporosis Consequences of Osteoporosis Prevention of Osteoporosis Treatment of Osteoporosis   Download the PDF Guide here.

It’s Time to Take Time for Yourself: 4 Self-Care Tips for the Tired Caregiver

2021-01-09T15:23:16+08:00July 24th, 2020|Caring in COVID-19, Health and Wellness|

It’s Time to Take Time for Yourself: 4 Self-Care Tips for the Tired Caregiver Are you constantly tired, even after sleeping or taking a short cat nap? Or do you feel sluggish, with much less energy compared to before? Or perhaps you used to enjoy caring for your loved ones, but now the thought of

Snack Attack at Work

2021-02-24T12:59:17+08:00April 25th, 2018|Health and Wellness|

4 Doctor-Approved Snack Ideas That Are Healthy and Nutritious With just a little planning, snacks can be enjoyable and nutritious. Here are four healthy office snacks that Dr James Cheong recommends for a healthier you. Snacking, unlike what most people think, can be healthy. By breaking down a few large meals into

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