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Quick Guide To Safe Exercise For Diabetics

14.2% of Singaporean adults suffer from diabetes. That’s 640,400 people. With this number, it is not surprising that in 2015, the International Diabetes Federation (IDF) revealed that Singapore had the second-highest proportion of diabetics among...
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Ageing Gracefully And Living Life To The Fullest

Poh Mun with fellow active seniors and Active Health Coach Christabelle HealthHub defines active ageing as a holistic approach that helps a person to optimise their physical, mental and social health, be actively engaged in society and have the...
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Active Ageing Through Sharing And Caring

Exercise Interest Group at Active Health Lab, Jurong East Sport Centre
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Never Too Old To Exercise: Here’s Why Exercise Is Important For Older Adults

Note: This picture is taken before COVID-19.
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What Is The Secret To Active Ageing

By Gary Yang Note: This picture is taken before COVID-19. The big secret about active ageing is that there is actually no secret! That is right, it is for everyone and anyone, and there is no rocket science involved.
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A Healthy Me Is The Best Gift For My Children

By Gary Yang Rita and her children at the Yellow Ribbon Run in 2014  As a parent myself, I know how hard it can be to keep up with my kids as I get older. Over the years, I realised that I am no longer as fast, flexible or have as much stamina...
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From Strangers To Friends With Active Health

By Gary Yang Note: All photos in this article were taken before the COVID-19 pandemic.  You know what they say about strangers? That they are friends that you have not already met. Well, that’s exactly the case for a bunch of participants who...
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The shift worker's guide to staying active

In today’s economy, shift work is becoming more prevalent than ever. What used to be a work arrangement unique to security, healthcare and hospitality industries is now becoming the norm in other industries. Thanks to our globalised economy and...
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Active Health puts a new spin on active ageing

By Gary Yang Note: This photo is taken before the COVID-19 pandemic. If active ageing to you only means a group of seniors practising Tai Chi and playing chess at the void deck, stop stereotyping and check out what these awesome seniors are doing...
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How regular exercise benefits performance and well-being in students


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