How to Reduce Salt in Your Diet
Get healthier with these tips on how to reduce sodium in your diet from Magdalin Cheong, Head/Deputy Director, Department of Dietetic and Food Services at Changi General Hospitals.
Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver: What You Need to Know
Non-alcoholic fatty liver can be prevented from getting worse with lifestyle changes. But for some, the condition can lead to life-threatening liver problems.
Diabetes and Liver Disease: When Being Thinner Raises the Risks
Diabetes may have a more severe effect on liver disease among thin Asians, says a study led by Professor Koh Woon Puay of Duke-NUS Medical School and Dr George Goh, Consultant, Department of Gastroenterology and Hepatology, Singapore General Hospital (SGH).
Stomach Cancer: Symptoms and Diagnosis
Stomach Cancer Treatment and Tips
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
Kidney Failure Patients With High Antibodies May Now Get Transplant
Transplant for Kidney Failure Patients with High Antibodies: Procedure and Risks
Nearly One in 10 Singaporeans Suffers From Irritable Bowel Syndrome
Get Rid of Irritable Bowel Syndrome by Eating Right
Gluten- and Sugar-Free Diet Helped This Athlete Overcome Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)
Gallbladder Cancer: What You Need to Know
Gallbladder Cancer: Are You at Risk?
7 Tips to Reduce Belching or Burping
Rectal Prolapse Symptoms
Rectal Prolapse Treatments
Faecal Incontinence: Treatment Options
Faecal Incontinence: The Silent Epidemic
What's Causing Your Gastric Pain?
Kidney Transplant: Gift of Life from One Brother to Another
SGH Doctor on Fall in Numbers on Waiting List for Kidney Transplant
SGH Doctor on Bowel Incontinence
How to Prevent Gastric Pain
Reduce Salt in Your Diet: It's Important To Your Health
Osteoporosis: Commonly Asked Questions
Osteoporosis Facts and Risk Factors
Fitness Motivation Tips That Work
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