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Diabetes 101

Do you know that 440,000 people had diabetes in 2014? Numbers are expected to rise in 2050. It is time to fight the war...
Diantha
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How to Care for a Diabetic Foot Ulcer?

Did you know diabetic foot ulcers, if left untreated, can result in amputation? If you are caring for someone with a diabetic foot ulcer,...
Diantha
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How to Tips to Living Well with Cancer

Are you a cancer patient or a caregiver taking care of a cancer patient? Read on and find out more on how to live...
Diantha
1 min read

How to Start a Conversation with a Dementia Patient

Caring for a loved one with dementia? Read on to find out how to communicate with them more effectively. As a caregiver for a...
Diantha
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How to Improve Your Life as an Older Diabetic …

Are you a caregiver caring for an older diabetic patient or a diabetic patient yourself? Read on to find out more about how you...
Diantha
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Why You Should Consider Home Care

Are you a caregiver struggling with looking for long-term care options in Singapore? You might want to read on and find out how home...
Diantha
1 min read

Careshield Life: How Will It Affect You?

CareShield Life is set to replace the current ElderShield Life. CareShield Life serves to protect you from the financial burden in the event that...
Diantha
2 min read

How to Manage Tube Feeding: Tips from A Nurse

It is never easy to see a family member with a feeding tube. A feeding tube (or nasogastric tube) is often required for patients...
Andrea
3 min read

How to Manage Incontinence: Tips from A Nurse

Incontinence is the inability to control one’s urination or defecation. In most situations, it leads to a high dependence on caregivers to care for...
Andrea
4 min read

Comparing the causes and symptoms for Type 1 and Type 2 …

In Singapore, 1 in 9 people aged 18 to 69 suffer from Diabetes. Understand the differences in the causes and symptoms for Type 1...
Julian
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8 Diabetes Facts You Did Not Know About

In the recent National day rally 2017, one of the key issues raised by Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong was on Singapore’s war against...
Julian
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What is the difference between Medisave and Medishield life?

Medisave is essentially a savings account under Central Provident Fund (CPF), while Medishield Life is a low cost insurance scheme. But both protects us!
Julian
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