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Screen for Life (SFL) is a national screening programme that encourages Singapore Citizens and Permanent Residents to go for regular health screening and follow up.
This festive season is all about embracing self-control, moderation and a new beginning. Let’s celebrate the true meaning of this season and foster some healthy habits. Even the smallest acts, like cutting down our sugar intake or exercising a little more, can lead to a big impact. Take the first step today!
Physical activity is important to health. Get started with HPB's physical activity programmes and get more from life today!
Find out more about pre-diabetes and how you can reverse it by making some changes to your lifestyle.
Start your healthy journey with us and be rewarded.
Join or participate in our programmes to get healthier and feel great
Kickstart your healthy habits today with good hygiene practices, an active lifestyle, a balanced diet and sufficient sleep.
Practise the 5 F.I.G.H.T. steps to protect those you love from the flu and other infectious diseases.
Enter the world of sure wins when you choose healthier.
Find out how you can take care of yourself and make the necessary lifestyle changes to keep healthy as you age.
Project Silver Screen is a nation-wide functional screening programme for Singaporeans aged 60 and above. It consists of 3 simple checks to ensure your eyes, ears and mouth are in good health!
Read how a balanced meal helps you to stay well-nourished.
Join free programmes near your homes to stay active, healthy and socially engaged!
Vascular dementia is one of the most common forms of dementia in Singapore, yet many of us have never heard of it. Let’s change that. Keep reading to learn more about what causes vascular dementia and how you can reduce your risk.
From pregnancy to raising a teenager, learn the ins and outs of raising a healthy child in this one-stop pregnancy and parenting platform for health information.
Breast cancer is the most common women’s cancer in Singapore. Most women are at risk of breast cancer, and the risk increases with age. The Breast Cancer Screening programme has been screening Singaporean women since 2002, under a highly subsidised rate. Find out everything you need to know below.
How many of us have a clear idea of what calories mean?
Celebrate a healthy and happy life together. Spice up your kitchen with deliciously healthy recipes and work out as a family at any of our free classes.
Protect yourself and your loved ones from vaccine-preventable diseases like influenza and pneumococcal disease. There is no reason why anyone should suffer from the serious complications vaccine-preventable diseases can cause. Your best defence against such diseases is getting vaccinated.
Feel good as active seniors in our Silver Challenge! The National Steps Challenge™ Season 5 is here with the Silver Challenge.
Live life to the fullest, go on dates and enjoy a relationship – but don’t forget to protect yourself, and your loved one, from HIV. Learn how you can begin with ABCD now.
See our listing of Authorised Service Providers to buy or exchange your faulty HPB fitness tracker.
Stay smoke-free for 28 days and you're 5 times more likely to quit for good.
Wouldn’t it be great if healthy living were as easy and enjoyable as shopping? Now, that’s possible at Health Promoting Malls. Have fun with mall workouts, enjoy healthier meals, and learn how to stay smoke-free – all at your convenience!
Have you been checking in with those you care for? All it takes to start the conversation is a ‘hi’.
Screen for Life (SFL) is the national screening programme by the Health Promotion Board (HPB) that offers Singaporeans and Permanent Residents health screening recommendations based on age and gender.
Your health is yours. Caring for yourself is caring for your loved ones. Take charge and start your journey to good health today!
Usher in a year of abundant health with our festive e-package and lifestyle tips for a healthier and more prosperous Lunar New Year!
National Diabetes Reference Materials
- An initiative under the War on Diabetes
Calculate your Body Mass Index (BMI) here
Learn to get more from life with these easy-to-follow nutrition tips.
Learn about these super simple hawker hacks to turn your favourite dishes into healthier ones!
Looking to pick up healthier groceries? We have some ways to help you find them.
Here’s how you can keep your weight down and taste buds happy.
Introducing the new caregiver service on HealthHub. Grant your caregiver – a family member, next-of-kin or friend – secure and convenient access to your health records and help them better manage your health with you.
Put yummy in your tummy with healthier options
Find out what makes up a comprehensive diet that fulfils all your baby’s nutrition needs at every stage of growth.
Feel good as a squad when you get moving together! National Steps Challenge™ Season 5 is back with Youth Challenge!
Feel good after a long day at work when you get moving together! The National Steps Challenge™ Season 5 is back with Corporate Challenge!
Feel good as a campus with the all-new National Steps Challenge™ Season 5 Campus Challenge!
Feel good with every move as you bond with your neighbours! The National Steps Challenge™ Season 5 is back with Community Challenge!
The Health Promotion Board (HPB) conducts annual school health visits to provide free health screening and immunisation services. HPB also conducts health education and health promotion programmes on lifestyle practices. HPB’s Student Health Centre, which generally provides preventive and screening services, follows up children referred from the school visits above.
Discover and make sense of what you’re feeling with our Emotions Explorer!
Kick-start your journey towards a healthier you.
Follow the step-by-step instructions below to complete the 7 easy exercises. Do them at least twice a week to keep active and healthy.
Did you know that cervical cancer can be prevented? You can help make cervical cancer a thing of the past with regular screening and/or vaccination. The National Cervical Cancer Screening programme has been screening Singaporean women since 2004. In 2019, this programme has been enhanced to provide you with a more effective test at a highly subsidised rate. Keep reading to find out more.
A Pressure Injury resource for both patients and caregivers alike. Learn more about pressure injuries, prevention measures and how to better manage them.
Who says home-cooked meals can't be both delicious and wholesome? Check out our healthier recipes below!
We will be up and running soon with our new improved site with fresh content to help your child achieve better mental wellness. In the meantime, scroll down and enjoy our resources.
We are refreshing out content. We will be back soon with an awesome new site with tools for better mental wellness. In the meantime, scroll down to enjoy some of our resources.
Got a sweet tooth? Find out all about your everyday sugars and sweeteners.
Colorectal cancer is the number one cancer among men and the second most common cancer among women in Singapore. When detected early, colorectal cancer is one of the most preventable and treatable cancers.
Banish the “Uncle” label! Know your shape and shape it up with the right diet and fitness fixes.
Because antibiotics do not work on viral infections like the flu. Antibiotics are used to prevent or treat bacterial infections. When used inappropriately, antibiotics may lose their long term effectiveness, causing future bacterial infection to be worse and last longer.
Every child needs a daily dose of quality sleep.
When it comes to your child’s health, you can never be too careful. With the Children’s Health Services on HealthHub, you have a smarter and more convenient solution to store and access your child’s health records – allowing you to keep up with your little one’s growth anytime, anywhere.
A resource guide for stroke survivors, their loved ones and caregivers. Find out how to spot the warning signs and symptoms of a stroke. Learn how you can support patients in seeking treatment and recovery from stroke.
View an easy-to-follow video demonstration, available for download in 4 languages so you can stay active wherever you are.
Shopping for healthy and nutritious choices made easy, rewarding and convenient.
The Health Ambassador Network is
a community of volunteers who live healthy lifestyles and inspire others to do the same. The aim is to grow a social movement for healthy living within Singapore.
Keeping fit and healthy together with these passionate Health Ambassdor-led interest groups.
Falls can be serious and lower your quality of life. Stay mobile and independent by reducing your risk of falls.
There’s a lot about e-cigarettes that many of us are unaware of – what are they exactly, and are they safe? Read on to uncover truths and myths clouding it!
Ah Heng Drink Stall is a celebration of local drink culture.
Maintaining a healthy weight doesn't have to be a struggle.
Fat is essential to our body’s needs. Know your fat and learn to get the most out of it.
Carbs are often seen as the dietary villains. But do they really deserve their bad rap?
Here are some simple ways for you to maintain your calorie intake.
No time for home-cooked meals? Learn to dine out the healthy way with this 7-day guide.
Find out your recommended calories requirement for the day with the Calorie Calculator
Watch our video demonstration and learn these easy exercises that can help you get moving wherever you are.
Stroke is an emergency. Early detection and treatment will help to improve outcomes. Learn how to spot a stroke and more with these tips below.
As part of National Steps Challenge™
The School Dental Service provides free dental services in school dental clinics and mobile dental clinics for Primary and Secondary pupils to promote good oral health for life. Services are provided by dentists, dental therapists or advanced students in oral health therapy under close supervision.
New to National Steps Challenge™? Here’s everything you need to know about the programme.
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