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Dr Akira Wu, renal physician at Mount Elizabeth Hospital, explains what kidney failure is, what causes it and what symptoms to look out for.
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More and more people today are developing diabetes. Dr Daniel Wai, endocrinologist, talks about the ways to avoid it from the latest research.
Kidney cancer is a silent killer, with symptoms usually only showing up in its late stage. Learn about its causes and treatment.
High blood pressure is a problem, but what’s causing it? Here are 5 common reasons.
Poorly-controlled diabetes can negatively impact various organs over time. Here are 10 things to know.
Hepatitis can be caused by a variety of viruses and other non-infectious means. Know your risks and how to avoid picking up this liver-wrecking condition.
If you experience pain or pass blood as you pee, you might have picked up a urinary tract infection. This unpleasant condition can be effectively treated if discovered early.
Learn more about urological problems, kidney stones, and how drinking water may prevent them.
In this article, find out if 8 cups of water is really enough for your body and how you can include more water (if necessary) in your daily diet.
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