The subsidised health screening programme for Singapore Citizens. The best time to go for screening is when you still feel fine.
Nutrition Hub helps you achieve your health and diet goals. Get nutrition information, facts and resources to help you adopt a healthier diet.
Find out more about pre-diabetes, diabetes and how you can prevent them by making some changes to your lifestyle.
Giving can be more rewarding than receiving, compassion can be more powerful than control and many times, less brings us more. Because sometimes having less or doing less can mean a lot more love. This festive season, let us show we care by being thoughtful rather than indulgent and relish in the Joy of Less.
Turn your moves into instant daily rewards all year round with the National Steps Challenge™
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.
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.
Start your healthy journey with us and be rewarded.
No time for home-cooked meals? Learn to dine out the healthy way with this 7-day guide.
Carbs are often seen as the dietary villains. But do they really deserve their bad rap?
How many of us have a clear idea of what calories mean?
Calculate your Body Mass Index (BMI) here
Find out your recommended calories requirement for the day with the Calorie Calculator
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.
National Diabetes Reference Materials
- An initiative under the War on Diabetes
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!
Find out more about what makes up a comprehensive diet that fulfils all your baby’s nutrition needs at every stage of growth.
Enter the world of sure wins when you choose healthier.
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.
Practise the 5 F.I.G.H.T. steps to protect those you love from the flu and other infectious diseases.
Maintaining a healthy weight doesn't have to be a struggle.
Learn the right way to keep your hands clean and prevent the spread of germs. Dispel the common misconceptions of hand hygiene and start practising proper hand washing today!
Put yummy in your tummy with healthier options
Physical activity is important to health. Get started with HPB's physical activity programmes and get more from life today!
With early and effective treatment, people living with HIV can lead lives no different from others. Get tested to know your HIV status.
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!
Learn about these super simple hawker hacks to turn your favourite dishes into healthier ones!
Have you been checking in with those you care for? All it takes to start the conversation is a ‘hi’.
Discover and make sense of what you’re feeling with our Emotions Explorer!
Stay smoke-free for 28 days and you're 5 times more likely to quit for good.
Fat is essential to our body’s needs. Know your fat and learn to get the most out of it.
Support our seniors on their COVID-19 vaccination journey and get $30 HPB eVouchers. Together, let's help seniors protect themselves and their loved ones.
Stay healthy and active with FREE activities near you!
Explore our suite of self-care tools and resources to help you better understand and manage your mental health.
When used inappropriately, it can result in serious infections, longer recovery time, and loss of effectiveness for future treatments, due to infections becoming antibiotic-resistant.<br/>
Follow your doctor's advice.
Looking to pick up healthier groceries? We have some ways to help you find them.
A Pressure Injury resource for both patients and caregivers alike. Learn more about pressure injuries, prevention measures and how to better manage them.
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.
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 Screen for Life Breast Cancer Screening programme has been screening Singaporean women since 2002, under a highly subsidised rate. Find out everything you need to know below.
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.
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.
Every child needs a daily dose of quality sleep.
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.
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.
Got a sweet tooth? Find out all about your everyday sugars and sweeteners.
Check out our tips on how you can live well together, and test your knowledge on healthy living. Whether it’s eating healthy, staying active, going for health screening, or caring for your mental well-being, it’s never too late to start your journey!
Youth Preventive Dental Service (YPDS) provides oral health screening for pre-schoolers at some childcare centres as part of the Preschool Oral Health Screening and Fluoride Therapy Programme. Parents will be informed of the screening findings and recommended follow-up action through an "Information Sheet for Parents" that is downloadable from HealthHub.
YPDS also provides free basic dental services to Primary and Secondary students through school dental clinics and mobile dental clinics.
Annually, Primary 1, 2, 4 and 6, Secondary 1 and 3, and ITE Year 1 students who are enrolled in the school dental programme will be screened and treated by YPDS. Students in other levels who require dental services may visit the school or mobile dental clinics for free consultation and treatment.
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