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SKOOP ISSUE 9

 
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Many people find it hard to swallow pills. some might take the easier way out by crushing a tablet or opening the capsule to make swallowing easier.  However, this method might not be as safe as you think.

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If you snore loudly and sound like you are choking or gasping during sleep, you might have obstructive sleep apnoea (OSA). OSA occurs when the upper airway is blocked during sleep and causes repeated pauses in breathing. 

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Do you have 'maskne' or skin breakouts caused by wearing a mask constantly? With mask-wearing a way of life now, our dermatologist shares tips on how you can keep maskne under control.

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Osteoporosis is often called a silent disease as there are usually no symptoms until a fracture happens. It can affect anyone, not just seniors. Here's how to take care of your bone health at every age.
 
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Eating well and staying active can set our children up for a lifetime of good health. Our psychologist shares tips on how you can discuss weight matters with your child and help them build healthy habits.
 

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Many people avoid legacy planning and planning for their future healthcare needs. After all, we are mostly uncomfortable with discussing death and sickness. Here's what you should know.
     
 
 
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As we engage in more online meetings amidst work from home arrangements, some of us may experience vocal fatigue after spending long hours communicating over electronic devices. We share tips to ease vocal fatigue.

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Eating healthier doesn't mean you can't eat your favourite food. You can continue to enjoy them but in moderation by incorporating more plant-based foods in your diet. Our dietitian shares ways to include plant-based foods into meals to make them more colourful and healthier!


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When you experience nausea and vomiting, or a sudden attack of hives, you may have the urge to rush to a hospital. But did you know these conditions can be easily treated at home or by your friendly General Practitioner (GP)?

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