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The Silent Epidemic: Hepatitis B

Imagine an invader silently infiltrating our bodies, infecting us without our knowledge. Well, that is hepatitis B for you. Unseen and stealthy, hepatitis B hides in plain sight, causing chronic infections and putting people at risk of long-term health complications. Unlike its counterparts such as hepatitis A and C, which often present with noticeable symptoms, […]

Guide: How to Care for Your Gut

A strong immune system, a stomach free from discomfort, mental clarity, and an overall good mood – these are all what it means to have a healthy gut. Severe bloating, daily fatigue, and recurrent debilitating migraines are not. According to the Singapore Cancer Registry1, digestive cancers have been identified as the most prevalent form of […]

What is Monkeypox?

Monkeypox is a viral disease that is caused by infection with the monkeypox virus (MPV). It is a member of the Orthopoxvirus genus family that includes other conditions such as cowpox, horsepox, smallpox (variola), and vaccinia viruses. MPV was first discovered in monkeys in 1958, although rodents are now seen as the probable main animal […]

Learn how you can manage migraine attacks

Migraine is one of the most common and severe types of headaches. It usually occurs on one side of the head, but may spread to the other side. It can also occur on both sides simultaneously. While migraine can affect any age, it is most common between people between 20 to 50 years old. Women are more likely to […]


During the current global pandemic crisis, Raffles Medical Clinic in Phnom Penh is doing everything we can to ensure that high-quality health care is available to everyone. With that in mind, we are pleased to offer a limited number of consultation at a substantially lower rate of 50% off of our usual consultation fees. Rest assured […]


Mental illness, also called mental health disorders, refers to a wide range of mental health conditions – disorders that affect your mood, thinking and behavior

Breast Cancer

As the most common cancer among women, it is estimated that one in 14 women before 75 years old will develop breast cancer in Singapore.