Think small and set achievable goals for a more sustainable way to sticking to your resolutions, here are 7 ideas for a healthier 2019!Read more
The first symptom of gout is usually pain and swelling in the big toe. Find out what is gout, its symptoms and how your genes may play a role.
Fatty liver disease refers to the accumulation of fat in the liver. Having a small amounts of fat in your liver is normal, however too much fat in your liver can lead to long term liver damage.
Did you know that in every two diagnosed hypertension patients in Malaysia, there are three hypertension patients remain undiagnosed?
Our of all 5 senses, we depend on our vision the most in order to navigate through our daily lives.
We can't live without sugars, but having too much sugar in our blood stream is not a good thing either.
You opened your eyes, and as your eyes adjusts to the darkness, you realised that you are in room that you do not recognise. Everything looked foreign, you don’t recognise the people in the picture frame hung on walls, the bedsheet feel rough and unfamiliar, and you start to feel a growing fear gnawing at the edges of your heart.
You may think of DNA as a magical substance in our body that seems to be responsible for everything that makes us who we are. Well, you wouldn’t be too far off.
In our first webinar, Ping and Travis discussed various tips to eat well, live well and how to leverage on technology to help us achieve healthy living.
Advanx Health has been selected from around 1200 high-quality applications to participate in the regional Accenture Healthtech Innovation Challenge in Tokyo.
Besides having lower chances of getting hair lice, what are the reasons that made us evolve to be less hairy?
Gene linked to migraines might have helped us adapt to colder climates.
Are you still 100% you after receiving an organ transplant? Find out about DNA and organ transplants in this article.
A fun and interactive way to extract DNA from a strawberry with household items. Try it out at home and see it for yourself!
We explore the common myths and misconceptions about the basic building blocks of life -- genes, DNA, and related concepts.
Genomics now provides a powerful lens for use in various areas - from medical decisions to food safety, to ancestry.