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  1. HPB Cervical Cancer Ad
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    HPB Cervical Cancer Ad

    Diana Ser, Mastura Ahmad and Nithya encourage women to take the HPV test, in HPB's new ad for cervical cancer protection.
  2. Chinese New Year Eat Healthy

    10 ways to watch that waistline this Chinese New Year

    It is too easy to pack on the pounds during the festive period. Follow these easy tips to make your new year both a delicious and healthier one.
  3. File photo of sweet drinks

    Commentary: Want to fight the sugar problem? Start counting calories

    It’s easier to cut down on our sugar intake if we know how many calories each beverage we intend to consume has, says weight loss author Ian Tan.
  4. Sugar Image 1

    Sugar, the sweet danger you've been ignoring

    There is hidden sugar in what we eat and drink. Here is what you need to know to get sugar-savvy.
  5. bubble tea file photo

    Sweeter than soda? The hidden sugars in bubble tea

  6. 5 things you did not know about proteins

    5 things you did not know about proteins

    Protein is the backbone of a healthy diet. How much does one need and are there sources that are better than others? We help you figure this out ...
  7. favourite foods you did not know are wholegrains

    8 favourite foods you did not know are wholegrains

    There is a surprising array of wholegrain foods beyond brown rice and multigrain bread that will help you eat healthier, easily
  8. Common Food Myths Busted

    Busted: 7 common diet myths

    In an age of information overload, one will be forgiven for being confused about healthy eating. We help you sort through the facts.
  9. How to eat healthier

    To eat healthier, start small

    Small steps are the way forward if you’re determined to build healthier eating habits
  10. HPB 2

    Commentary: Healthier options ‘killing the hawker vibe’? Why so resistant, Singaporeans?

    Are HPB's attempts to introduce healthier options in hawker centres futile? One dietitian discusses why Singaporeans seem so resistant.