What are some essential medications to have at home for mild medical conditions? We detail some common examples and considerations to note when self-medicating.
In 2022, the World Health Organisation rang an alert on acute hepatitis in children. We take a closer look at what hepatitis is, how to spot the symptoms, and what to do about it.
Losing a loved one can take a toll on one’s health. However, there are ways to cope with the grieving process without impacting your physical and emotional well-being.
Are you consuming too much sugar? Processed sugar is undisputedly a main cause of weight gain and other health conditions such as heart diseases. What is less talked about is the detrimental effect of sugar on our intestines and our gut health.
Alcohol. It’s been linked to various health benefits, but over-drinking can take a toll on our bodies, sometimes even resulting in severe health issues.
Mala Xiang Guo – a food fad that many of us know and love. However, overindulgence can be bad for health in the long run – read on to find out why.
As you grow older, digestive issues may creep up and impact your eating habits.
Gastroenteritis or the stomach flu is a viral or bacterial infection that causes irritation and inflammation of the stomach and intestines.
Childhood allergies are commonly heard of but it’s possible to develop food allergies during adulthood. The cause isn’t clear but it could be gut related.
Many of us love Chinese New Year feasts, but getting carried away with indulgences can increase the risk of digestion issues, and, if made habit, pose other health problems. Here’s a guide to enjoying festive indulgences, as healthily as possible.
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