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.
Cranberry juice at the right doses can help prevent recurrent UTIs in women, although not everyone should consume it. Dr Colin Teo explains more.
Parkway Shenton family physician Dr Wong Pei Ying shares more about gout symptoms, risk factors of the disease, potential complications and how it can be treated.
Recreate Guest Chef Sam Leong’s Golden Happiness, a delightful appetiser of crispy sea prawns, wasabi aioli and mango salsa.
IHH Healthcare Singapore hospitals are collaborating with celebrity chef Sam Leong to curate a selection of dishes aimed at whetting our patients’ appetites.
Recreate Guest Chef Sam Leong’s very own La Mian, a somen noodle dish with fresh seafood in a chicken-based pumpkin broth.
Recreate Guest Chef Sam Leong’s Rolls of Strength, a roast chicken roulade with sautéed mushrooms and potato puree in coriander jus.
Recreate Guest Chef Sam Leong’s Spice of Life, a mouth-numbing spicy tofu dish with steamed rice mixed with assorted mushrooms.
Recreate Guest Chef Sam Leong’s Wellness in Abundance, a nourishing double-boiled chicken soup with cordyceps flower, abalone, dried scallop and snow lotus seeds.
Breakfast is a meal loved by many – but is it best served hot or cold? Dr Chew Chun Yang, family physician at Parkway Shenton, discusses what an ideal breakfast could look like.
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