The low-FODMAP diet helps manage symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome. Discover if this diet is right for you, what you can and can’t eat if you’re on it, and more.
Are you consuming too much sugar? Processed sugar is undisputedly a main cause of weight gain and other health conditions such as heart diseases. What is less talked about is the detrimental effect of sugar on our intestines and our gut health.
Haemorrhoids are extremely common, but a lot of people have misconceptions about what they actually are. We debunk 5 myths surrounding haemorrhoids.
As you grow older, digestive issues may creep up and impact your eating habits.
Childhood allergies are commonly heard of but it’s possible to develop food allergies during adulthood. The cause isn’t clear but it could be gut related.
Chronic bowel problems coupled with severe pain or bloody stools could be a sign of inflammatory bowel disease such as Crohn’s disease.
It may be among the top cancers in Singapore, but colorectal cancer can be beaten with screening.
Haemorrhoids, otherwise known as piles, can cause pain around the anus. In some cases, it can even cause discharge or bleeding. Should you be concerned and will surgery be required?
We discuss the role gastroscopies and colonoscopies play in cancer prevention and what they entail.
Whether you prefer to call it haemorrhoids or piles, there are many options to manage the painful condition. Here we explain symptoms, risk factors and treatments for haemorrhoids.
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