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  • What is a flu? Flu and cold are 2 different illnesses caused by different viruses. Unlike a cold, flu is a serious infection that can cause complications like pneumonia and bronchitis. Individuals with chronic medical conditions, the very young and the elderly are particularly at risk. Some of the common symptoms of flu not seen in cold are high fever, dry cough, severe muscle pain, sore throat and runny nose. Do you know? Flu vaccines are very safe. Children as young as 6 months old can receive the flu vaccines to protect against

  • Planning to go for a holiday? Whether it's a weekend trip to Thailand, a volunteering trip to Cambodia or a business trip to Hong Kong, Singaporeans are constantly travelling. It is not uncommon to hear of frightening stories of a simple mosquito bite turning out to be a Malaria infection, or a case of food poisoning after eating contaminated food from a roadside stall. Save yourself the trouble and heartache of scrapping your travel plans altogether by getting vaccinated prior to your trips. Here are the important vaccines to consider before you plan

  • Did you know? In Singapore, Pneumonia is the 2nd leading cause of death and the 5th most common condition to be hospitalised for. Pneumocccal disease is an infection caused by the Streptococcus pneumonia (pneumococcus) bacterium and can affect the entire body including important organs like the brain, bloodstream and lungs. Anyone can be at risk of this disease but some people are at greater risk for the disease than others. You are at increased risk if you are/have: aged 65 years and above aged 2 years to 64 years old with chronic lung diseases like asthma

  • Cervical cancer is the 10th most common cause of cancer deaths in Singaporean women and 6 women die from this condition every month. The most important risk factor for cervical cancer is infection caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV). HPV can be spread from one person to another during skin-to-skin contact. There are more than 40 types of HPV that can infect the genitals or sex organs of women and men. HPV can affect anyone, whether married or single. Early stages of cancer can often be asymptomatic. The most common symptoms are abnormal