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Dr Ethan berlatih dan berlatih di Edinburgh dan London sebelum pindah ke Singapura. Dia sangat ahli dalam olahraga dan kebugaran.

Hobi lain termasuk snowboarding, berselancar, dan cangkir datar putih yang indah.

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THE COMPLETE GUIDE TO SEEING A DERMATOLOGIST IN SINGAPORE (2018)

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I'm writing this post because "recommend me a good dermatologist in Singapore" is one of the questions I'm most often asked by friends -  Now I can just direct them to this post.

Incidentally, "dermatologist Singapore" is also one of the most Googled terms in Singapore, receiving over 3700 searches each month - so I figured I'd just help everyone else out by explaining in detail how to find a suitable dermatologist for your condition and treatment needs in Singapore.

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8 DOCTOR TRIED-AND-TESTED HANGOVER PREVENTION METHODS

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There's actually a medical term for hangovers after drinking - "veisalgia". Most of what you feel during a hangover are down to 2 factors - dehydration, and a toxic byproduct of alcohol called acetaldehyde circulating in your system. In fact, there's an anti-alcohol abuse drug (disulfiram) that works by inhibiting the liver enzyme which breakdowns acetyledehyde. This makes addicts who continue drinking feel like shit even faster.

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WHY HANGOVERS FEEL TERRIBLE, AND A FEW PERSONAL HANGOVER HACKS

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It's Saturday morning - You went all out with the champagne last night at Zouk/Bang Bang and didn't bother with any of the 8 hangover prevention steps I covered in my previous post. Every time you try to get out of bed and do something useful, the world looks like this:

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I'M A CARB-HATING SINGAPOREAN. IS THAT AN OXYMORON? (A DOCTOR'S TAKE ON THE LOW CARB DIET)

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In the hierarchy of foods to eat when I'm training for sports and fitness, protein and healthy fats come right at the top, and carbs stay right at the bottom. The less carbs I get in my meal, the better.

I've been asked - "But, DON'T YOU NEED CARBS FOR ENERGY?"

Here's the TLDR answer: No.

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THE ESSENTIAL GUIDE TO HEALTH SCREENING IN SINGAPORE

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Which health screening tests do you really need? It's a common scenario in Singapore - your dad or mom receives a letter offering free "basic" health screening services, usually in the form of a tie-up with the company where he or she's working at.

So when my dad asked me last night:

What are the essential tests I should go for?

I had a glance through of what was on offer: 5 pages worth of optional add-ons to the free basic screen, ranging from cancer marker tests, to mind-boggling X-Rays and ultrasound scans. This post explains exactly what tests you need, and which you do not.

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Hi Shayne, Screening and diagnostic tests have different meanings and purposes. A screening test is done to detect disease in people who do not have any symptoms of disease. You can read more about health screening tests in Singapore here . A diagnostic test is performed to...
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Hi Elaine, Personally, I’d say that stopping acne treatment after 2 weeks is a bit premature. We typically tell patients that for acne treatment, give it a good 2 – 6 weeks to give the treatment some time to work. The caveat is if you’ve noticed that the t...
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Hi S, Besides the symptoms you’ve described, irregular periods are one of the other hallmark signs of PCOS. In Singapore, PCOS is most commonly managed and followed up annually by gynaecologists, as there are some associated risks with PCOS, such as diabetes and heart di...
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Hi gfruit, Topical retinoid creams used to be prescription-only in Singapore. However, I recently chanced upon Differin and Epiduo being sold over-the-counter at Guardian pharmacy. Quoting MIMs, it’s been available OTC in Singapore since 2016, in limited strengths: &l...
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Hi Natalie – good question and observation. Steroids in general (which include oral prednisolone) are a bit of an interesting drug. They work by suppressing inflammation, as you’ve noticed with your acne settling down. In fact, some doctors prescribe a short course of...
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Hi Frappe, I’d suggest for you to read mine and Dr Winston’s answer here for a primer as to our opinions for who and where you should go to in Singapore for acne treatment . We also share some of our personal experiences with battling acne. In a nutshell, I think ...
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Dear MOP, Great question. Some of my answers below will be factual, and some will be personal opinions. Sorry for the verbose answer, as I hope that it will help other readers too. Fact: All doctors with FAMS are specialists, but not all specialists have FAMS. You need to...
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Dear Adml, Yes you are right in that lasers are effective to a large extent, but certain types of scarring do require more specific types of treatments. Often, a combination approach works best. This guide on acne scar treatment in Singapore covers the most effective treatments...
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Hi lmke, If I were in your shoes, I’d definitely NOT stop taking isotretinoin until I’ve finished the course. Many studies have shown that the risk of acne relapse is much higher if you don’t complete the course. The total dosage you need to take depends on y...
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Dear ilovetoffeenutfrappe (sounds terribly sweet!), Permanent solution? Roaccutane. Personally, I don’t subscribe to the scary effects that the internet and some doctors make it out as having, because there have been many good studies that show it is a very safe drug, if pr...
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