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Vitiligo: Understanding Skin Depigmentation
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Vitiligo is a chronic autoimmune disorder characterised by the loss of skin pigmentation. This condition leads to the development of white patches on the skin, hair, and mucous membranes.

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Thread Lift for Abdominal Wall Skin Tightening: A Non-Surgical Solution for Ladies who Gave Birth
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A Thread Lift is a minimally invasive cosmetic procedure designed to lift and tighten sagging skin, providing a more youthful and rejuvenated appearance. Unlike traditional facelift surgery, a thread lift involves no surgical incisions or general anesthesia. 

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Boosting Immunity System
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Immunity is our body's defence mechanism against alien organisms. Caring for yourself will support your immune system in caring for you.

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Shingles: Causes, treatment and prevention
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Shingles (also known as “herpes zoster”) does not only happen to the elderly, young people who suffered are also on an uptrend.

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Caught a flu? What You Should Know and What to Do
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Hong Kong has entered the winter seasonal flu as the circulation of influenza viruses in Hong Kong intensified. Outbreaks in schools and care homes have doubled in December to January , and hospital admissions are surging with the highest rate among children younger than 5.

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Botulinum Toxin Treatment Failure
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Have you had Botulinum Toxin injections and are fed up with not seeing any results when you look in the mirror? You might be encountering treatment failure to Botulinum Toxin.

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What is Trans-Fat?
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The primary sources of trans fats in our diet are fried meals and bread items that contain or use hydrogenated vegetable oils. Sheep and cattle, such as whole milk and butter, naturally contain a small amount of trans fats.

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Are Plant-Based Milks Good for Health?
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There are many kinds of plant-based milk (e.g. soy milk, almond milk, oat milk, pea milk, coconut milk, etc); which one is healthier and how should I choose?

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About Bruxism
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Bruxism is a condition of grinding or clenching teeth. People with bruxism may unconsciously clench their teeth when awake or grind their teeth while sleeping.

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About CO2 laser treatment
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In skin rejuvenation treatments, doctors may utilise carbon dioxide (CO2) lasers. The aim of treatment is to stimulate the production of new skin cells and remove the topmost layer of skin to improve the skin’s appearance.

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About Fever
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Fever is a normal body reaction when there is an infection or other illness. In most cases, a fever is a healthy reaction of the body's immune system to help fight viruses. However, it is crucial to understand the different types of fevers and when to seek medical advice. This article will explore the definition of fever, different types of fever and when to seek medical advice and ways to self-manage a fever.

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Bubbly Urine: When Should I Worry?
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Is bubbly urine a sign that we do not drink enough water? Is foamy urine a bad omen?

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Botulinum Toxin (Botox/ Xeomin) Beyond the wrinkles – Shoulder Slimming and Tension Release with Trapezius Injections
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Botulinum Toxin, an effective aesthetic procedure best known for its wrinkle-reducing effects, can also use in shoulder slimming and relieve painful tension on your shoulder. This non-surgical procedure has been used to alleviate issues with bulging shoulders or prominent shoulder muscles. 

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Botulinum Toxin (Botox/Xeomin) Beyond Aesthetics – A Promising Treatment for Excessive Sweating
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The excessive sweating condition known as hyperhidrosis, which goes beyond what is required for thermoregulation, can have a substantial influence on a person's daily activities and quality of life.  A successful and minimally invasive therapy alternative for hyperhidrosis has emerged: botulinum toxin.

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About Thyroid
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The thyroid gland's function is to produce thyroid hormones, which are essential for maintaining the metabolic functions of the body. Thyroid hormones are hormones that stimulate the production of proteins by our cells. Both excessive secretion (hyperthyroidism) and insufficient secretion (hypothyroidism) of thyroid hormones can have significant effects on numerous body organs.

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What is Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)?
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Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) is a collective term for symptoms caused by intestinal dysfunction, disorders or intestinal allergies. Occasionally, people may have the above conditions, but if the symptoms are frequent or daily life is affected, while cause cannot be found after colonoscopy, you may have IBS. 

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The Lymphatic System
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The lymphatic system probably needs to be better known by the public as it looks complex. Most people may not have a good understanding of this vital system of our body and how it works.

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How to keep your gastrointestinal tract healthy?
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Paying attention to 6 points will improve your digestive tract naturally

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Why am I Gassy?
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It is common to feel bloated (burp or fart) at times. Sometimes foods you eat or certain illnesses can cause gassy.

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Basic information for Chronic Constipation
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Introduction, treatment and laxative drugs of Chronic Constipation.

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Helicobacter Pylori (HP) Tips
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Helicobacter Pylori (HP) is a bacterium that can cause peptic ulcer and gastritis, HP infection is very common, the rate of infection in Chinese population is about 50-60%, and most infected people have no symptoms.

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Safeguard your breast health: Breast screenings
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Studies have shown that regular screening of women with no symptoms has decreased the number of women who die from breast cancer by approximately 45 percent.

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Learn about Pneumococcal infection
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Pneumococcal infection is caused by the bacteria Streptococcus pneumoniae (pneumococcus). Understand the symptoms and how does it transmit and the risk factors.

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Cervical Cancer: A Preventable Disease
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Cervical Cancer is a largely preventable disease through awareness, screening and vaccination and is treatable if caught early.

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Women's Health: Teens to 34 years old
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Most of the major transition in life was completed by women during this period, whether you’re starting a new job or living on your own for the first time or considering starting a family.

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Women's Health: 35 to 49 years old
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In your 30s and 40s, you’re most likely to be the cornerstone at a different role, and probably busy juggling work, home, and family.

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Women's Health: 50 years old and above
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Healthy aging is the goal when you have reached your fifties and beyond. Being devoted to your work and family for most of your life, now is the time to focus on your health.

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Health in your 50s
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If you have reached your 50s, here are some screenings and vaccinations recommendation to help you prevent health conditions that are more common at this age.

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Dengue Fever FAQs
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Dengue fever has arrived in Hong Kong. We need to protect ourselves.

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Cryotherapy in Primary Care Clinics
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This article describes the use of cryotherapy (often also called cryosurgery) for the treatment of skin conditions in primary care.

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Detecting Allergies
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The prevalence of food allergy has been estimated as more than 1-2 % but less than 10 % of the general population based on objective diagnostic methods.

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COVID-19 Testing FAQs
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People infected with COVID-19 can have a wide range of symptoms, ranging from being completely well, to being severely ill.

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Coronavirus (Covid-19) FAQs
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Common signs of infection include respiratory symptoms, fever, cough, shortness of breath and breathing difficulties.

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Osteoporosis FAQs
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Osteoporosis is a disease in which the density and quality of bone are reduced. Often there are no symptoms until the first fracture occurs.

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