Women’s Health

12 Things A Young Woman Learned Throughout Her Cancer Battling Journey

March is ending. That notes the end of the first quarter of the year, and the beginning of another new quarter. Such times are apt for personal reflections and gratitude sessions. For some, you might be thankful for your new found love. Career advancement. Food to eat. Great relationships. Etc. For Mei Sze, as expressed …

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Did My Water Break? Your Guide to the Entire Labour Process

Birth is a normal and natural process. About 70%-80% of babies are delivered via normal birth each year. Delivering a baby is a great challenge and yet, most women find the thought scary and intimidating initially. With better information and preparation, most women find it comforting to know what to expect during labour and delivery. …

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Will Wearing Your Bra All The Time Cause Breast Cancer?

The Gist of It New research published this year shows that wearing bras are not correlated to breast cancer. The book that popularised this idea is based on a research that is not scientifically-sound, and thus should be refuted. Prevent cancer by eating healthy, moving more, and lowering your weight if you are obese. This …

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[Review] GoGirl: Ladies, Now You Can Pee Standing Up

The Problem  So as a lady I’m sure you’d have encountered multiple disaster toilets in your lifetime, some so disgusting that you’d rather not talk about it. I know I have. I love travelling. I live to breathe the air of strange foreign lands, talk to the locals, and discover cuisines I’ve never even heard of …

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Alzheimer’s Disease: Detect it Early for Better Outcomes

The Gist of It Alzheimer’s is a progressive, neurodegenerative disease that alters the brain, causing impaired memory, thinking, behaviour and functional activity. Although there’s currently no cure for Alzheimer’s, the earlier it’s treated, the better the outcomes. There are Alzheimer’s support groups in Malaysia like Alzheimer’s Disease Foundation Malaysia which patients can reach out to for …

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