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Medical Tourism

At Thomson Wellth Clinics, we offer customised health screenings, travel medicine and also treat minor ailments and injuries. We also have access to an International Patient Centre, where our experienced relationship officers will attend to your specific needs.

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Diabetes 101

Diabetes is a condition in which the blood glucose is higher than normal. The food we eat is broken down into glucose. Insulin moves the glucose from the bloodstream into the body cells for use or storage. People with diabetes are unable to fully utilise the glucose in their bloodstream due to the lack of or ineffective insulin.

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Total Body Workout: Burpees

Burpees can help you boost your strength and endurance. They are one of the most effective exercises because they work every muscle in the body, which means you can burn calories in a short amount of time.

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Your Musculoskeletal Health

As you age, your musculoskeletal system declines. By your 30s, joint aches start to creep in, muscles begin to shrink and bone density gradually decreases. If these changes are not managed well, you may feel pain and your mobility may become restricted over time.

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Do I Have Hypertension?

Hypertension, otherwise referred to as high blood pressure is a chronic disease characterised by persistent elevated blood pressure above 140/90mmhg. It can occasionally happen in the young although it tends to affect many as we grow older.

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Tips for Healthy Ageing

Healthy aging has to include both components. Living longer and staying healthy. Staying healthy involves being free of debilitating diseases and functioning well, both physically and mentally.

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Do you know that many men experience andropause – the male equivalent of menopause – when they hit their 40s? As men age, there will be some deterioration in their musculoskeletal, cardiovascular and neurophysiological functions.

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