The year-end exams may be just around the corner, but don’t fret! It’s never too late to start on study preparations. If you or your little ones are looking for some tips on how to study smart, read on for more!
Being unable to go out freely because of COVID-19 or having disruptions to an established routine can be stressful, especially for persons with dementia. By including engaging activities in each day, you’ll be able to ease some of their distress and keep them active.
Knowledge is the supreme power and every child has the right to access this power. The schools hold the responsibility to provide education and the homely environment to children which helps them to bloom and secure a prosperous future.
Having a bun in the oven is both exciting and exhausting at the same time. Fatigue sets in as your energy levels decrease due to hormonal, physical, and emotional changes. Some of these changes include the increase in estrogen and progesterone levels, disrupted sleep, as well as stress and anxiety.
If you prepare for your baby’s arrival in advance, you can sit back and enjoy the rest of your pregnancy as your belly grows bigger. Remember to get as much rest and ‘me time’ as much as possible before your little one arrives, because once the baby’s here, you will be busy during the first year!
In 2019, 400 lives were lost in Singapore due to suicide. Whether you’ve harboured suicidal thoughts at some point, or know a friend or relative who has, just know that help is always readily available.
Of course, prevention is key. If someone has shared with you that he is contemplating suicide, you may tend to react emotionally. However, it’s important to remain calm, understanding and non-judgmental.
As a nod towards World Suicide Prevention Day on 10th September this year, read on and take a moment to learn more about suicide and what you can do to prevent it.
We have read and heard numerous times about the dangers of the ultraviolet (UV) rays from the sun, on TV, in advertising, and from doctors. UV rays age our skins and can cause skin cancers.
Yet, some of us still find that putting on sunscreen is too much a hassle.
Understand how your kidneys function and learn about its most common disorder- kidney stones, in this article. Also known as urolithiasis, kidney stones is an illness which can lead to Chronic Kidney Disease. Chronic Kidney Disease is a worldwide epidemic. In Singapore, 2.3% of the residents aged between 18 and 69 years old had Chronic Kidney Disease in 2010 based on the National Health Survey 2010. It is paramount that we understand how kidneys are important in maintaining our daily health and best practices to keep our kidneys healthy.