Adopting an active lifestyle is important for all including heart patients. The Heart and Sole Challenge 2018, which consists of a fun walk and race component, aims to encourage individuals to adopt an active lifestyle in heart disease prevention and management.
Participants will get a chance to learn more about heart disease through the interactive and educational activities along the walk and race routes.
Race Category: 5KM Challenge your wit and grit!
This is a competitive segment whereby participants are to form a team of 5 and complete various challenges around Punggol Waterway Park, covering a distance of about 5km to accrue game points.
Fun Walk Category: 5KM
This is a leisure walk and participants may learn more about heart disease through the interactive and educational activities along the walk routes.
The heart does not stop working even when you are sleeping. It does so much for you every day but how do you know if your heart is functioning well? If you were to ask how it is doing today, what would it say?
Join us at this forum and discover your heart health. Learn from the experts on how to manage your diet, pick up simple exercise tips that you can do daily and how to look out for early signs of a heart attack. Thinking of taking supplements for your heart? Check with our experts if they would be suitable for you.
There will also be a special cooking demonstration by our chef and fun activities at the booths.
Spend a fruitful Saturday with us and your heart will thank you for it!
To register, send your information (name, contact number and number of persons) to
Tel: 6936 6947
Closing date for registration is
24 September 2018.
Welcome Address and Introduction
Dr Liew Boon Wah, Consultant
Lowering the highs - Treating blood pressure,blood sugar and blood cholesterol issues
Dr Tan Jian Jing, Associate Consultant
Exercise – Tips that you must have!
Teo Mei Lun Anna, Senior Physiotherapist
Eating your way to a healthier heart - It's not heart to start!
Chua Ningyi Fionn, Dietician
Do I have heart disease? A simple guide to symptom recognition and screening tools
Dr Chai Siang Chew, Consultant
Coronary Artery Disease - Is it a blocked pipe or a volcano?
Dr Kelvin Wong, Consultant
Supplements for the heart - A magic elixir?
Helen Lee, Pharmacist
The forum discusses about painful periods and understanding them, endometriosis and contraception methods to aid in family planning.
The public forum will be conducted in English.
Registration closes on 11 October 2018 (Thursday). Pre-registration is required. Seats are confirmed upon full payment on a first-come, first-served basis. Registration fee is non-refundable.
To register, please log on to www.kkh.com.sg/healthseries to fill up the registration form.
Don't wait till you break a bone. Be a superhero and protect your bones.
register, kindly call 6635 7911 during office hours (10am to 5pm) or scan the
QR code to register online.
For more details, visit
Chronic pain has an impact on the physical, functional, emotional, psychological state of an individual. To some, it is a disabling and debilitating condition.
Find out about the different pain conditions and how you can overcome pain at this public forum.
Time12.30pm to 2.15pm (English) 3.00pm to 4.45pm (华语)
Topic highlights / 题目
Seats are available on a first-come-first-served basis. Here's how to register:
By phone / 电话 (from Monday to Friday, 9.30am to 5.30pm)
By email / 电邮 (your name and contact details)
By QR code / QR码
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Breeze your way through menopause!
Valuable advices and trusted tips from our healthcare experts will help you manage and overcome the common physical challenges and symptoms of menopause.
2.00pm to 4.30pm (Forum)
Timing varies (Workshop)
Registration closes on 15 November 2018 (Thursday). Seats are confirmed upon full payment on a first-come-first-served basis. Registration fee is non-refundable. For more details, please call 6394-1268 (Monday to Friday, 9.30am to 4.00pm) or log on to www.kkh.com.sg/healthseries.
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Mandarin Forum Topics
Introducing SingHealth's - and Singapore's - first ever Women's Health book!