The Gift of Life and Love: Living a Healthy Life with Low Cholesterol

Maintaining cholesterol levels is hard, especially if there is lots of food served on the table. During and after the

New Year, New Ways to Fight your 3 Highs

The holidays are meant for celebrations. Like most people, your calendar was probably filled with parties, reunions, and other gatherings.

World Diabetes Day 2022: Why Is It Important to Learn More About Diabetes?

As we celebrate World Diabetes Day on the 14th of November, it is crucial to strengthen our awareness about diabetes.

Learn How to Lower Blood Pressure Instantly Using Home Remedies

As we celebrate healthy aging and heart health this September, it’s the ideal time to discuss the importance of staying prepared.

5 Effective Ways to Protect Yourself from Diabetes and Heart Disease

High blood pressure is one thing that you need to be wary about if you have diabetes.

4 Surefire Steps to Include in Your Own Diabetes Prevention Program

For the past two years, the world has focused on managing the COVID-19 pandemic. However, there’s another deadly disease silently wreaking its havoc on us.

5 Tips for Maintaining Dental Care for Diabetes Patients

Oral health maintenance is a must for everyone.

Managing the 3 Highs in Health: Blood Pressure, Blood Sugar, Cholesterol

Anyone living with diabetes in Hong Kong should know the 3 highs in health that should be managed. Having high blood pressure, high blood sugar, or high cholesterol can be hazardous to your well-being.

Take a Stand for Diabetes Prevention and Control

One in 10 Hong Kong adults live with diabetes, and they are at risk of a bittersweet ending; the numbers say so. Even though, with a grim future at the horizon, we’d like to remain hopeful of sweeter days and wonder how the future looks for diabetics in Hong Kong.

Diabetes and Depression: How Should You Cope?

The link between diabetes and depression is largely unrecognized and untreated. In Hong Kong, this cycle of lack of recognition, substantial research, and treatment plans for diabetic Hong Kong people puts patients at a greater risk of mental distress.