The most sensitive areas where people can smell easily are the armpits. They are also one of the reasons why some people don’t like to take public transport during peak hours. When you sweat, the bacteria breaks down certain proteins
Even among those who will never find each other, there is a compulsion to perform a tiny baptism of the fingertips: Not enough scrubbing or soap to eliminate a virus, just enough to signal civility. Studies have set the average
It’s every Nutritionist’s mantra, “Eat more broccoli”. Touted for its health-promoting benefits and a reduction of chronic diseases, broccoli and its breakdown constituent sulforaphane have been studied immensely as being “plant medicine”. As a Nutritionist, Biowhole Nutrition’s Puja Bansal, is
As the world goes into social distancing, we’ve seen everyone from yoga instructors to ballet dancers have taken to teaching online. After all, now’s the perfect time to learn something new, or brush up on old skills to pass time.
This bears repeating: don’t take ivermectin. The medication that treats parasitic infections came into Singapore’s mainstream media when a 65-year-old-retiree ingested the controlled drug. There is even an online petition with over 2,200 signatures that called for ivermectin to be used
You've obtained your nighttime dental hygiene routine down pat-- brushing, flossing, a little mouth wash, and a smile at the mirror as you flash your teeth. However experts say that there may be an action missing in your evening routine:
With the rising numbers of Covid-19 positive cases in Singapore as the government announced it was planning to move toward a living with Covid strategy -- attempting to control outbreaks with vaccines and monitoring hospitalizations rather than restricting citizens' lives.
The Straits Times Singapore reported that Singaporeans spent a total of S$490 million on supplements in 2017. This expenditure would have gone up significantly in 2020. Many Singaporeans are busy and constantly on the move; hence they generally feel that