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Rescheduling Motherhood?

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to not worry about the biological clock? With recent advances in egg freezing, more women now have the option of embracing motherhood when they are ready a...

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You Can Do It!

Coping with changes can be hard, but nothing is impossible with the right attitude and perspective.

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A Conceivable Dream

Discover how your hopes of having a healthy child are no longer merely wishful thinking but a conceivable dream. 

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Say Goodbye to Trans Fat?

The use of trans fatty acids in processed foods will be a thing of the past for US residents in a few years. Will Malaysia follow suit?

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The Sweetest Sorrows: To Keep the Light in Your Eyes

Just as it is with the heart, diabetes can also affect the eyes. An ophthalmologist or eye specialist explains how people with diabetes can protect their eyes and, should things go wrong, what can be ...

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HEALTH A-Z
  • October 2016
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    There’s Fungus Growing in My Mouth!

    You have a sore throat but no signs of the cold or flu. So, what is the cause? [Read More]

    What’s in a lozenge?

    You are probably familiar with sore throat lozenges but have you thought about what is actually in a lozenge? [Read More]

    Goodbye, Acne Scars!

    Thanks to research in aesthetic and skin treatments, we can now do something about those unsightly scars. [Read More]

    The Revenge of Shingles

    Just when you thought you have had enough of shingles, you might find yourself with a new problem … post-herpetic neuralgia. Consultant Dermatologist Dr Lee Yin Yin tells us more about this condition... [Read More]

    The Power of Smell

    Most of us love the aroma of coffee, perfume, scented soap and other sweet-smelling stuff. But what happens if you were to lose your sense of smell? [Read More]

    The Anti-Cancer Factor

    We have already heard about how tocotrienols can boost our immune and nervous systems. What about cancer, then? We talk to a researcher who is actively involved in studying the potential anti-cancer b... [Read More]

    ‘Safe Than Sorry’

    The current typhoid situation in Malaysia isn’t too worrying but it’s important to stay vigilant. As the saying goes, it’s better to be safe than sorry… [Read More]

    Ana, Mia & Me

    Eating disorders can sneak up on a loved one and cause severe repercussions, so look out for the signs. [Read More]

    Surviving Anxiety

    A dramatherapist shares how one can understand and manage anxiety disorder. [Read More]

    Our Children’s Kidneys

    A consultant paediatric nephrologist shares how healthcare specialists such as herself strive to offer treatment, comfort and hope to children with kidney diseases. [Read More]

    Quit Like a Champ

    When it comes to quitting the smoking habit, the first week is crucial. Fail the first week, and you have a high chance of lapsing back a year later. Here are some tips to help you stay smoke-free the... [Read More]

    Not so sweet after all

    Diabetic peripheral neuropathy is typically brought on by uncontrolled blood sugar but the complications that accompany it aren’t so sweet. [Read More]

    Natural Immunity Boost

    More and more, we are starting to learn that palm oil contains natural substances that can give our health a boost. In this article, an experienced researcher and immunologist highlights the benefits... [Read More]

    Take Nothing for Granted

    A courageous woman shares her journey with Guillain-Barre Syndrome and how she soared high despite it all. [Read More]

    Food for Your Throat!

    Discover what you should or shouldn’t be eating when having a sore throat. [Read More]

    Ugh, My Nose Is Blocked Up!

    Sniff, sniff, snort, wheeze… it can be annoying and uncomfortable to be stuck with a blocked nose. Fortunately, there are ways to get relief. [Read More]

    Setting The Record Straight

    We have all had the flu before – nothing surprising there. What’s surprising is that despite how common the bug is, there’s still quite a lot of misinformation out there! Here, we tackle some of it... [Read More]

    Living with NSCLC

    If you are reading this Special Report, you or someone close to you may have been diagnosed with non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC). There must be so many questions in your head. How will this cancer ... [Read More]

    Bone-ing Pains

    Two natural ingredients may provide some relief for bone and joint aches. Let us look at the evidence. [Read More]

    Who Says a Liquid Diet Has to Be Boring?

    Liquid diets can get monotonous after a while. Fortunately, there are things we can do to make meals interesting again! [Read More]

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