【Dr Claudia Ng, BSc, DC – Walking for Health】
Walking is a great exercise. Research says that even walking less than 10,000 steps a day can yield huge health benefits. Increasing step count is key. Read more.
【Dr Claudia Ng, BSc, DC - “Work From Home” Syndrome】
Working from home has become the new norm. Is your home office equipped with an ergonomic set up to avoid back pain, sciatica, headaches? Find out more
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【Dr. Karen Chan - The Brain’s Ability to Grow, Adapt and Reorganise: Neuroplasticity】
The brain has the ability to grow, adapt and reorganize by learning from the environment, from experiences and memories, practice and when learning a new skill, this is called Neuroplasticity.
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【Dr. Karen Chan - 2020 Tokyo Olympics! Prevent Injury from Exercise】
The 2020 Tokyo Olympics have been exuberating, decorated with accolades, provided us with a few jaw dropping surprises and reiterated the tenacity of the human spirit!
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【Dr Claudia Ng, BSc, DC - 7 Benefits of Doing Exercises】
There are so many advantages that you can derive from regular physical activity. Allocate 30 to 60 minutes 3 to 5 times each week to get the best results.
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【Dr. Karen Chan - Breastfeeding Challenges and Suggested Advice】
Breastfeeding complications is one of the main reasons affecting a mother’s decision to breast feed. The below information will provide support for mothers who are facing difficulty in breastfeeding and suggest methods to assist them.
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【Dr. Karen Chan - World Breastfeeding Week 2020】
Breast milk builds your baby’s immune system by providing natural antibodies, antimicrobial properties, and protective enzymes.
Dr Claudia Ng, BSc, DC - Beat the Virus, Not the Bone!
With the recent resurgence in COVID-19 cases, you may find yourself working from home again. Besides the feeling of stiff muscles and joints from this extended period of confinement, do you know that a lack of exercise may also speed up the loss of muscle mass and increases the risk of osteoporosis?