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4 Tips to Maternity Insurance

 

How much does it cost to have a baby in Singapore?

 

Welcoming a newborn to the family is costly in Singapore. Medical expenses for each pregnancy typically range from $10,000 to $14,000 for a natural delivery and $12,500 to $16,000 for a caesarean. Bills for a complicated pregnancy or premature birth can be upwards of $20,000 and as high as $180,000.

 

What are some of the things to keep in mind when it comes to maternity cover?

 

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Now Open International Medical Clinic East Coast

 

International Medical Clinic(IMC) has opened its fourth clinic in Singapore at 02-07 Katong Square. The clinic has practitioners and medically trained staff specialises in family, paediatric and travel medicine, with the medical needs of the international community of Singapore and South East Asia very much in mind.

 

With Three General Practice Clinics and One specialist Paediatric Clinic, they strive to provide a high standard of healthcare in a caring, friendly and familiar environment.

 

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Is Butter Bad For Your Health?

 

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A review of nine studies involving more than 600,000 participants found that butter was only weakly related to total mortality and had no correlation to cardiovascular disease at all. In fact butter even seemed to protect slightly, against diabetes.

 

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Five Health Myths Debunked

 

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1.       Will cracking your fingers cause arthritis?
 

Have you heard this statement before? Cracking your fingers is damaging and causes arthritis! Quite the statement yet recent studies have found this statement to be false.
 

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Staying Healthy Before and During Pregnancy

 

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A mother’s health is essential to the good health of her baby. Women who eat well and exercise regularly are less likely to have complications during pregnancy and are more likely to give birth to a healthy baby. Here are a couple tips to keep all you mothers healthy before and during your pregnancy:

 

Nutrition

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Early Bedtimes For Your Baby Can Boost Health

 

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How To Alleviate Financial Risk As An Expat!

 

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I’m having a baby! – What is the cost in Singapore?

 

Giving birth overseas is a big decision and whether you are planning a child or not, if there is a chance you could fall pregnant you should arrange maternity cover. Expat Insurance News catches up with Natalie Drummond, Private Client Advisor at Expat Insurance to discuss Maternity insurance for expats living in Singapore.

 

Question: Can I get Maternity insurance for myself and my unborn child once I fall pregnant?

 

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Living The Green Life

 
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Is Forgiving Good For Your Health?

 

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