How Peptic Ulcers Are Linked to NSAIDs
Peptic ulcers have been linked to the frequent use of nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, or NSAIDs. The Department of Gastroenterology & Hepatology at Singapore General Hospital (SGH) explains.
What Causes Travellers' Diarrhoea?
Travellers' diarrhoea is a common illness that affects 20-60 percent of travellers. The Travel Clinic at Singapore General Hospital shares what its causes are and ways to prevent it.
Endometriosis: Do Not Ignore Severe Menstruation Pains!
How Is Acid Reflux Treated?
What Causes Acid Reflux?
Diabetes: What Is It and What's the Singapore Scenario?
Yellowing Skin and Eyes? You Could Have Obstructive Jaundice
Acute Pancreatitis: Diagnosis and Treatment Options
Hepatitis B: What You Need to Know
Should Fruit Be Eaten Before or After Meals?
10 Ways to Keep Your Liver Healthy
How to Reduce Sodium in Your Diet
3 Bad Foods for High Blood Pressure
How to Prevent Gastric Pain
What's Causing Your Gastric Pain?
Nearly One in 10 Singaporeans Suffers From Irritable Bowel Syndrome
7 Tips to Reduce Belching or Burping
Gallbladder Cancer: What You Need to Know
Gallbladder Cancer: Are You at Risk?
Endometriosis: Is There A Cure?
Faecal Incontinence: The Silent Epidemic
Liver transplant programme at SingHealth Transplant
Obesity Surgery: An Evolving Field of Modern Medicine
Caring for an Autistic Child: How to Overcome Caregiver Stress
Caring for an Autistic Child: Caregiver Stress Symptoms
Diabetes and Obstructive Sleep Apnoea
Braces for Children Doctor Q&A
Baby Development Milestones: Newborn
Pregnancy Week 9: Baby is as Big as a 20 Cent Singapore Coin!
Introducing SingHealth's - and Singapore's - first ever Women's Health book!