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    Why should we eat vegetables?

    It would not be easy to find a child who hasn't questioned the need to have fruits. Most fruits are sweet and possibly, the reason for being such favourites.

  • Food allergy

    A food allergy is an abnormal response to a food triggered by our body's immune system.

  • The dopamine delusion

    So why exactly do we feel the urge to stay glued to social media? Or check out a new eatery and try out their delicious meals? Or grab a smoke between work every now and then?

  • Skipping sehri…no good

    Sehri is the differentiating factor between the fast we Muslims keep and the fasts of other religions. Holy Prophet(S) is reported to have said, “Verily, Allah and His Malaikah send mercy upon those who eat Suhur.”

  • Manage your mood swings

    I couldn't decide if it was my stomach or mind growling uncontrollably as I glared at the CNG driver who unashamedly asked for a fare that was double than usual.

  • Healthy food habits for Ramadan

    It is common knowledge that fasting has myriad health benefits. Besides increasing immunity, endurance, and the ability to face challenges, fasting contributes to our outward physical appearance by getting rid of excess fat.

  • The eyes have it

    We often spend hours blending out five different eye shadows and perfecting the winged liner, but how often do we actually spend 15 minutes behind this critical organ's health?

  • Skin Care

    The sun has started blazing through the clouds. Consequently, our skins have already started losing its moisture.

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    Do 'supplements' really supplement our lives?

    Energy drinks and protein supplements have become increasingly popular amongst youngsters nowadays.

  • A different approach to treating cancers

    “The treatment of cancer requires a multidisciplinary approach” said renowned oncologist Dr See Hui Ti, and this is exactly where the Parkway Cancer Centre (PCC) at Singapore can come in aide with those diagnosed with the disease.

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