Red, itchy skin flare-ups: How to tell if you have eczema and when you should see a doctor
Atopic eczema, the most common form of eczema, occurs in about 20 per cent of school-going children and 10 per cent of young adults.
A&E alternatives: Where to seek help quickly for non-emergency conditions like sprains and high fever
Patients can visit StarMed Specialist Centre’s urgent care centre, where most patients queue for up to 15 minutes or less, for diagnosis and treatment.
Happy Mind, Happy Gut: Understanding the Brain-Gut Axis & IBS
Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is a common illness in Singapore that can significantly affect the quality of life of sufferers, even though it is benign.
5 common acne myths busted by a dermatologist: How to get the flawless face you’ve always wanted
The following article was written by Amelia Ang, Honeycombers, in partnership with StarMed Specialist Centre.
Tired all the time: How to tell you may have a sleep disorder and ways to rest better
Long working hours and revenge bedtime procrastination could be contributing to chronic lack of sleep, says sleep physician Dr Garvi Pandya.