Asiamedic Health Screening

At What Age Does Breast Screening Start?

Breast screening in Singapore typically begins at the age of 40 for most women. Mammography, a widely used screening tool, is recommended as the primary method to detect breast cancer in its early stages. The Singapore Cancer Society and the Ministry of Health advise women aged 40 and above to undergo a mammogram every two […]

Why Is Corporate Health Screening Important?

Corporate health screening is crucial for safeguarding the well-being of employees and the overall success of an organisation. These regular check-ups and assessments are essential to monitor and manage the health status of employees, ensuring that any potential health issues are identified and addressed promptly. By conducting corporate health screening programs, companies can create a […]

How Often Should I Do Health Screening?

Determining the frequency of comprehensive health screening Singapore depends on various factors, including your age, gender, family history, and overall health status. For most adults, scheduling a comprehensive health screening every one to two years is a sensible approach to maintaining well-being. These assessments typically include a battery of tests to evaluate cardiovascular health, diabetes […]

Health Screening 101

Health screening is a series of medical tests conducted on a person to examine their health condition. Generally, there are a wide range of medical tests ranging from simple tests like urine and blood, to more advanced ones, such as ultrasound and X-rays. The list of medical tests are endless but fret not as there […]

Women’s Health

Did you know there is a vaccination for cancer of the cervix?
Human Papillomavirus (HPV) is the virus that causes genital warts. Infection with HPV generally occurs through contact with infected skin, most commonly through sexual contact. There is a high rate of transmission of the infection (50– 80 percent risk) when there is unprotected sexual activity with someone who has an active HPV infection.

Breast Cancer Prevention

Did you know there is a vaccination for cancer of the cervix?
Human Papillomavirus (HPV) is the virus that causes genital warts. Infection with HPV generally occurs through contact with infected skin, most commonly through sexual contact. There is a high rate of transmission of the infection (50– 80 percent risk) when there is unprotected sexual activity with someone who has an active HPV infection.

Vaccinations for Adults Living in Singapore

FEBRUARY 23, 2022 FEBRUARY 23, 2022 Vaccinations for Adults Living in Singapore Vaccinations for adults living in Singapore If you are preparing to relocate to Singapore or if you are already living in Singapore, do not forget to receive all the necessary and recommended vaccinations. You may think vaccinations are mainly for children and few […]

Does your child have frequent skin itchiness and redness?

FEBRUARY 23, 2022 FEBRUARY 23, 2022 Does Your Child Have Frequent Skin Itchiness And Redness? Have you heard of Atopic Dermatitis or Eczema? Facts about Atopic Dermatitis As a parent, your child’s well-being is important. However, if your children often develop redness or itchy inflamed skin, he or she may be suffering from atopic dermatitis/ […]

Gut Health

FEBRUARY 23, 2022 FEBRUARY 23, 2022 Gut Health Ask the doctor: I’ve heard gut health can cause headaches, fatigue and other health issues. Is this true? Can a bad mood, headaches, muscle pain and fatigue be connected to digestion? Could a child’s poor concentration at school be linked to a gut issue? Can a mystery […]