How much is does it cost to have a baby in Singapore if you have no insurance?

How Much Will It Cost to Have a Baby in Singapore Without Insurance?

We get it. Contraception can (literally!) be a total pain in the proverbial. We get lazy. We forget. We get ‘Lost in the moment’. But we tend to forget that as soon as we make that choice to let down the draw bridge, it’s game on and humans can happen. Like, actual BABIES! Yikes! ‘But...

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Insuring your Engagement Ring

You’re Engaged! Congratulations! Putting an insurance policy on your engagement ring may sound unromantic, but nothing’s sweeter than peace of mind! The love and commitment your ring represents   just as valuable as its material worth, which is why insuring your engagement ring is so important.

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2017 Travel Advice

Dengue Increase in Laos Lao health authorities have confirmed that they are experiencing an outbreak of Dengue Fever in the capital, Vientiane, with 70 infections recorded in January 2017 so far. The news comes with 12 out of the 18 provinces in the country reporting Dengue Fever at epidemic levels, though so far, no deaths...

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How to Build Your Immunity Through Nutrition

The Lacking Nutrient compromising your immunity Sometimes it’s the small things that can make big differences. I recently spoke about this often overlooked nutrient deficiency as I see it regularly in my clients and was always a victim until I got used to the signs. So many nutrients to remember hey? However, this one is made...

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Choosing The Right Doctor For You

How to choose your Doctor in Singapore?   You have just arrived and found your home, school and now working on finding some friends. It’s easy to forget about locating your family doctor until there is a real need. To avoid any last minute urgency, do your homework and locate a General Practitioner that suits...

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Childhood asthma

Brought to you by International Medical Clinic  Bronchial Asthma is a common problem in childhood that affects about 20% of children in Singapore (Source: SingHealth). We asked Dr Jakka, who has a special interest in childhood asthma to explain what it is and how to treat it. What is asthma? Asthma is a common condition...

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You’re Pre-diabetic: Now What?

  Prediabetes is a “pre-diagnosis” of diabetes—you can think of it as a warning sign. It’s when your blood glucose level (blood sugar level) is higher than normal, but it’s not high enough to be considered diabetes.Prediabetes is an indication that you could develop type 2 diabetes if you don’t make some lifestyle changes.     Get Active

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Post Natal Depression: You’re not alone

  We asked Dr Kaye McMullan, of IMC Katong to help us understand Post Natal Depression.   What is it and how common is it?

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A FODMAP Diet

  FODMAPs are a group of fermentable carbohydrates and they're known to cause common digestive issues like bloating, gas, stomach pain, diarrhea and constipation in those who are sensitive to them. Studies have shown that restricting foods high in FODMAPs can dramatically improve these symptoms.  

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