Join medical specialists at the 360° Health Management Seminar next month as they offer special insights into managing the health of your heart, eyes, ears, nose, throat and liver.
Dr Michael Lim, a senior consultant physician and cardiologist at the Heart, Stroke & Cancer Centre in Paragon, will give a talk, titled How To Make It Almost Impossible To Get A Heart Attack.
Heart attacks can strike without warning and can lead to severe health problems. But there are steps that you can take to prevent one.
You can also learn how to take care of your liver from Dr Loh Poh Yen, a consultant in gastroenterology and herpetology (stomach and intestine) at the Singapore Medical Specialists Centre (SMSC) in Paragon.
Dr Loh will share information on how lifestyle and diets can affect the functioning of the liver, which could lead to chronic liver disease.
In Singapore, under-corrected refractive errors, cataract and glaucoma are the top three leading causes of vision loss. Hear from eye specialist, Dr Daphne Han Chuk Yin, who is also from SMSC, as she shares tips on how to detect warning signs of vision loss at the seminar.
The seminar is organised by The Straits Times Mind & Body and presented by SMSC.
Manage your health
WHAT: The Straits Times Mind & Body 360 Health Management Seminar
WHEN: Nov 11 , 9am to 2pm
WHERE: Singapore Press Holdings Auditorium, 1000, Toa Payoh North, News Centre
ADMISSION: $15 nett per pax Register at events.sph.com.sg/360health17
For those who are concerned about the signs of testosterone deficiency syndrome, such as reduced libido, difficulty maintaining an erection or loss of muscle mass, urologist Lee Fang Jann from SMSC will discuss the symptoms and implications of low testosterone levels.
He will give an update on the latest treatment strategies for this increasingly common condition.
And ear, nose and throat surgeon Annabelle Leong, another specialist from SMSC, will share how to look after the ears, nose and throat to prevent hearing loss and breathing problems.
Whether you are worried about your health or just keen to learn more about preventing diseases, this seminar is your chance to get valuable tips directly from various specialists.
What's more, the seminar fee includes a tea break, bento lunch and a goodie bag, which contains a limited edition Straits Times flask.