The liver is one of the vital organs responsible for removing toxins from our body. Eating the right food helps your liver to be at its optimum health. Here are the top 5 foods you should help yourse...
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Cancer strikes fear in every one of us. This is especially true since the number of cases has been increasing every year. In Malaysia, the top five cancers are as follows: breast cancer (14.5%), inte...
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Dry eyes is the result of our tear ducts producing unsufficient amount of tears to keep the eyes moist and lubricated. The common symptoms of dry eyes include itching, redness, burning sensation and ...
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Need a bikini ready body for that Bali holiday trip? Picking the right food helps shed some extra pounds. Here is a list of the top 5 foods that can do just that, and how you can incorporate it ...
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Urinary incontinence is the loss of bladder control. Some patients may experience the leaking of urine or the urge to go toilet when they sneeze or cough. There are many reasons why someone experienc...
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Many wonder if it is safe for people with diabetes to drink alcohol. Although research show that there are some health benefits from moderate drinking such as reducing the risk of heart diseases, the...
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In 2015, the National Health and Morbidity Survey reports that 47.7% of Malaysian adults aged 18 years and above have high blood cholesterol. This is a concern because high blood cholesterol increase...
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Worldwide, people with diabetes use glucometers and test strips to monitor their blood glucose level regularly. In Malaysia, these test strips cost approximately RM2 for each strip. Some may have to ...
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Urinary incontinence (UI) [1] is the involuntary leakage of urine. It often remains undetected and undertreated. It is a common and embarrassing problem affecting millions in the world. The severity ...
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The word ‘diabetes’ is no longer a foreign term. Most people know at least one person who has been diagnosed with the condition. According to the International Diabetes Federation, the pr...
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