Treatments for Sleep Apnoea
Snoring, when associated with choking, unrefreshing sleep or daytime sleepiness, can be a symptom of obstructive sleep apnoea (OSA). The Department of Otolaryngology from Singapore General Hospital (SGH), a member of the SingHealth group, discusses its causes and treatment options.
Stay Flu Safe During COVID-19
Even with COVID-19 still around, we need to be protected against the flu (influenza) and the serious complications it can cause. The Department of Infection Prevention & Epidemiology from Singapore General Hospital (SingHealth) explains.
Good office ergonomics can prevent you from straining your neck and back after long hours from sitting at your desk. Occupational therapists from the Department of Occupational Therapy at Singapore General Hospital (SGH), a member of the SingHealth group, share useful tips.
Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT): How to Prevent and Manage
Beat Insomnia with Good Sleep Habits
8 Exercises to Stop Snoring
Anxiety and Depression
10 Ways to Reduce Stress on Your Heart
ADHD: Symptoms and Coping Tips
The Sporting Doctor - Badminton
The Sporting Doctor - Professor Ian Yeo
The Sporting Doctor - Professor Jodhbir S Mehta
Sitting Too Much Kills You
Eating Disorders: Benefits of Art Therapy
What Should I Do When My Child Has Fever?
Coping with Diabetes Management Stress
Stand By Her: Husband's Guide to Support Spouse With Breast Cancer
Support programme for young families launched at Punggol Polyclinic
First local study shows close to half of the foreign domestic caregivers lack the confidence & skills to support the healthcare needs of elderly
Eye Bag Removal Surgery
Age Is Just a Number: How to Stay Forever Young
Allergic Rhinitis: Common in Children in Singapore
Braces for Children - Doctor Q&A
Managing High Cholesterol (Hyperlipidemia) - Doctor Q&A
7 Tips to Manage Diabetes During CNY
Proton Therapy for Head and Neck Cancers - Doctor Q&A
High Blood Pressure (Hypertension): How to Lower It Naturally
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