Top Tips for Planning a Babymoon

Planning for your baby’s arrival is an exciting yet chaotic time. As you’re anticipating the arrival of your new bundle of joy, one thing you can do is plan a babymoon. Essentially the last...

Does my expat health insurance cover COVID-19?

Like many concerned expats, you might be wondering if your health insurance covers COVID-19, both in Singapore and abroad. Fortunately, the team of experts from Pacific Prime Singapore has the answer.

I’m exercising so well, why did I get injured?

This is a question often asked when clients come in to see us at In Touch Physio. The best strategy to prevent injury is to modulate your load ! To do this you have to: ...

7 Reasons to Choose a Dental Implant

First of all what is a dental implant? A dental implant is a titanium fixture that is placed in the jaw bone to support the prosthesis of either a crown, bridge or dentures. Here are...

Boosting your child’s mental wellbeing in Singapore

All parents in Singapore want their children to grow up happy and strong. Consuming the right food and getting enough exercise can help with your child’s physical health, but what can you do as...
Measles Vaccine

Measles – Should You Be Concerned?

With measles cases on the rise, Dr Charu from IMC gives advice on preventing the spread of the disease. What is the difference between measles, mumps and rubella? Measles, mumps and rubella are all caused by...

Seeing Double: Planning for the birth of twins in Singapore

Planning for the birth of a child in Singapore is complicated enough, but what about when you’re expecting twins? David Marshall shares his experience. In the spirit of the ‘Made in Singapore’ issue of ANZA...

The Wriggly Issue of Worms

We asked Dr Valerie Druon at International Medical Clinic about the itchy problem of pinworms. How common are worms in children and adults in Singapore?Very common!Pinworms, also known as threadworms (because they look like thin...

Diabetes: what you need to know

Diabetes and What You Need to Know Worldwide, diabetes is on the rise. The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that 422 million adults have diabetes, In 2018, 5.2 million deaths could be attributed to the...

Dengue Prevention Tips

As if we didn’t have enough to worry about with the coronavirus, we are also in peak dengue season in Singapore - June to October. Here are some tips for avoiding a nasty bite.