Preparing your toddler for preschool in Singapore

Congratulations! You have finally reached a decision and enrolled your child in the preschool that passed your given standards. Preschools, such as First Steps Preschool @ East Coast, can greatly help your child reach their full potential during their developmental years. But, before your child steps into the school’s premises on his or her first day, ask yourself: “Is my child prepared for this change?” The people that your child has encountered from the day he or she drew their first breath up to 36 months of his or her life may probably be limited to a few family members and close friends. At the same time, the surroundings that he or she has been mostly exposed to may only be within the four…

Different Ways for Eye Bag Removal in Singapore – Food to Eat, Tips and Treatments

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Ever wake up in the morning and see dreadful-looking eye bags beneath your eyes? Well, you’re not alone. Many people each day struggle with their eye bags, especially those who have sleepless nights or are fatigued by their workload. Eye bags look ugly and can make people look tired or sleepy even if they aren’t. It’s also embarrassing to see eye bags on your photos, especially in today’s Instagram generation. Due to this, eye bag removal in Singapore (I personally visit Cambridge Therapeutics) is a popular topic and one that almost anyone can relate to. Although eye bags are harmless and should not be any indication of a more serious condition, it can still affect a person’s mental health and self-esteem. A lot of…

Who Should Get a Pap Smear in Singapore and What Foods to Eat to Prepare For the Procedure

Pap Smear in Singapore
A Pap smear is a medical procedure used to test for cervical cancer. It also called a Pap test and it involves the collection of cells from a woman’s cervix and examined for signs of abnormal growth of suspected cancer cells (example of PAP smear test at DB Clinic). In Singapore, cervical cancer is among the top ten common cancer affecting Singaporean women. Each year, there are lots of new diagnoses and the number keeps on getting higher year by year. Cervical cancer is the cancer of the cervix, a part of a woman’s reproductive system and can be found on the lower narrowed end of the uterus. The cervix plays a very important role in a woman’s body as it performs two major…

What Foods to Eat After Your Double Eyelid Surgery in Singapore

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More and more women of Chinese, Korean, and Japanese descent now have eyes that are huge and doll-like, all thanks to double eyelid surgery. By nature, the eyes of a number of Asian races have monolids. This means that their eyelids do not have a crease that would allow the lids to fold and fully retract, making the eye-opening much bigger. A monolid is neither an eye condition nor a disorder (explained here at TES Clinic) that can cause serious eye problems, like vision loss. It may, in some cases, do interfere with the vision that can have a negative impact to a person’s quality of life. At most, it only shows a difference in the way the eyelids is structured when compared to…

History Should Not Repeat Itself: Available Acne Scar Treatments in Singapore and Food Habit You Should Develop to Avoid Future Acne Breakouts

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Battling with acne can be very frustrating and painful. What’s worse is that after a long tedious process of clearing them up, they leave you with undesirable scars. Having acne scars usually can have an impact on a person’s confidence thus can greatly affect their perception of themselves, at the same time, can affect how others may perceive them. Acne scars heal over a period of time, but the time frame in which these disappear is not certain. That’s why a lot of men and women opt to seek and go through treatments that will help them get rid of acne scars faster and easier. It’s a good thing that acne scar treatments in Singapore are readily available in many beauty and aesthetic clinics. However,…

The Ultimate Guide to Food Before and After a Rhinoplasty in Singapore

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Getting plastic surgery is a life-changing experience for many people. It can enhance your physical appearance, repair areas of your body that have been damaged and even improve some of your body functions. There are risks however when undergoing plastic surgery, such as infection and bleeding. Not only that, but it can also affect your life in other ways such as changing your daily routine or even the food you can eat. Surgical procedures such as rhinoplasty in Singapore should only be performed by MOH certified plastic surgeons, such as in Dream Aesthetics & Plastic Surgery. They have been around for more than 20 years now, and until today it remains one of the most trusted aesthetic clinics in Singapore. Several of their past patients…