How to Protect Yourself from the Haze
When there is haze, try to stay indoors as much as possible, advises the Department of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine, Singapore General Hospital (SGH), a member of the SingHealth group.
Asthma: Myths vs Facts
Asthma prevents you from exercising – this is a common myth and not a fact! The Department of Respiratory & Critical Care Medicine at Changi General Hospital dispels other common myths about asthma.
4 Tips to Manage Asthma
Asthma attacks can occur suddenly without warning, but living an active lifestyle is still possible with the condition. The Department of Respiratory & Critical Care Medicine at Changi General Hospital shares tips how to.
Adult Asthma Doctor Q&A
Ask Dr Tay Tunn Ren, consultant from the
Department of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine of Changi General Hospital about adult asthma.
Asthma Triggers in Your Home
How to Survive an Asthma Attack if You’re Caught Without Your Inhaler
Why Are Seniors More Susceptible To Tuberculosis?
Asthma: Could Your Childhood Asthma Recur?
Achieving better asthma control
Local study on asthma and COPD by SingHealth Duke-NUS AMC and GSK
SGH and CGH Doctors on Tackling Adult Asthma
How Haze Affects Newborn Babies
Protecting Your Child From the Haze in Singapore
Is Your Child Often Falling Sick? Protect Your Child from Germs!
Children's Immunity: Frequently Asked Questions
Cancer in the Elderly - Doctor Q&A