Asthma in Children: 5 FAQs
Dr Tan Ngiap Chuan, Director of Research at SingHealth Polyclinics shares 5 FAQs on asthma in children.
Why Are Seniors More Susceptible To Tuberculosis?
Weaker immune systems make the elderly more susceptible to tuberculosis (TB). However, it is not incurable. The Department of Respiratory & Critical Care Medicine, Singapore General Hospital (SGH) explains.
High Blood Pressure: Types of Medicine
Can't tell which high blood pressure medicine is a diuretic, beta-blocker or ACE inhibitor? National Heart Centre Singapore Senior Pharmacist Connie Wong shares some tips.
Asthma Attack: Causes and Symptoms
Asthma attack have many root causes and symptoms. The Department of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine at Singapore General Hospital explains what they are in this article.
Allergic Rhinitis: Common in Children in Singapore
Haze: Latest Updates Singapore and International
Medisave Covers Outpatient Treatment for 15 Chronic Conditions
How to Survive an Asthma Attack if You’re Caught Without Your Inhaler
Asthma Triggers in Your Home
Asthma: Could Your Childhood Asthma Recur?
Pregnancy Diet: Bird's Nest, Herbal Tonics and Royal Jelly?
Childhood Cancer: Treatment Options and Cancer Programme
Childhood Cancer: Facts and Symptoms
Bedwetting: Causes and Solutions
Vomiting in Children: When to See the Doctor
Diarrhoea: Hydration Is Key to Treatment
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