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8 Sinaran Drive 02-02/03
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1 Paya Lebar Link #01-06
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Singapore 408533

 

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988 Upper Serangoon Rd,
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Singapore 534733

 

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The Metropolis Tower 2
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Heart disease is one of the leading causes for hospitalisation and death all over the world and accounts for nearly one out of three deaths in Singapore. If you or your loved ones have had a heart attack, heart bypass surgery, or a procedure to open blocked arteries, your cardiologist may have recommended a cardiac rehabilitation programme. You must be wondering, should I seek expert medical help? Or can I

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Cardiac rehab is a medically supervised program designed to improve your cardiovascular health after you suffer from a heart issue from a surgery. It requires team effort including prescribed exercise training, risk modification, education on heart health, diet and nutrition counselling as well as psychosocial support. Once a cardiac event happens, the route to recovery can be a test of patience and a draining process. To support you and your loved

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Through the years, the prevalence of chronic disease has skyrocketed, placing greater demands and pressure on global healthcare systems in terms of health care costs and the leading causes of death and disability. Globally, approximately one in three adults suffer from chronic conditions or is at risk of developing them. Having to live with these debilitating diseases not only affects one’s quality of life, but  it also takes a toll