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Save A Limb From Diabetes

March, 2021

Neglecting your self-care routine can have dangerous consequences such as loss of limbs through amputation

Love Your Feet When You Have Diabetes

March, 2021

If you have diabetes, make sure you pay extra attention to your feet because imbalances in blood sugar levels will weaken them.

Why Your Glucometer Is Your Best Friend

February, 2021

Your blood sugar monitor, or glucometer, is one of your most important tools to ensure your glucose levels remain safe

Protect Your Joints From Osteoarthritis

February, 2021

Keeping your weight down can go a long way towards protecting your joints and reducing the risks of osteoarthritis

High Blood Pressure Is A Silent Killer

February, 2021

High blood pressure can go undetected for years until it escalates to life-threatening proportions

10 Good Habits To Boost Your Immunity

February, 2021

Boosting your immune system takes time and effort, but here are a few things you can do to batten down the hatches!

Chronic Medical Conditions & COVID-19

January, 2021

Managing COVID-19 and why you must stay vigilant of chronic medical conditions during this pandemic

Medical Investigations In Elderly

January, 2021

Shedding some light on the basis and use of general medical investigation in the elderly population.

Guidelines for COVID-19 Home Quarantine

January, 2021

Official COVID-19 guidelines from MOH quarantine, self-monitoring, testing and treatment at home or non-healthcare setting

Great Health Resolutions

January, 2021

With 2021 already upon us, why not ring in the new year with these easy resolutions for healthy living?

COVID-19: Solar Power Your Immune System

December, 2020

Did you know that sunlight sets off a complex chain reaction that converts a sterol found in your epidermis into Vitamin D3?

What Seniors Need To Know About COVID-19

December, 2020

Distancing yourself from your grandchildren can be tough, but there’s good reason to exercise caution if you are over 60.