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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.
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!
Enter the world of sure wins when you choose healthier.
Who says home-cooked meals can't be both delicious and wholesome? Check out our healthier recipes below!
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.
Join free programmes near your homes to stay active, healthy and socially engaged!
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.
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.
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.
New to National Steps Challenge™? Here’s everything you need to know about the programme.
Practise the 5 F.I.G.H.T. steps to protect those you love from the flu and other infectious diseases.
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.
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.
See our listing of Authorised Service Providers to buy or exchange your faulty HPB fitness tracker.
Find out more about pre-diabetes, diabetes and how you can prevent them by making some changes to your lifestyle.
Stay smoke-free for 28 days and you're 5 times more likely to quit for good.