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The coronavirus outbreak is spreading quickly in China and beyond, and the World Health Organisation has declared a Public Health Emergency of International Concern (PHEIC).
Becoming an expat in Hong Kong is an exciting prospect, but living in the city can bring mental challenges and worries for expats. How can you manage the potential stress of making a move?
How much of a problem is depression in Asia’s metropolises and how can it be identified and prevented?
Having easy access to antibiotics may seem like a convenient option when you’re living or travelling abroad, but it can lead to greater health issues further down the line.
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Rising numbers of sufferers in the UAE are highlighting the risks for all.
A cancer diagnosis can come at any stage in life and if you’re living abroad you’ll want to know what help is available
As the number of people affected by diabetes globally is set to rise by 227 million over the next 20 years, find out how you can stay healthy by reading these tips.
An introduction to expat life and health in Malaysia
Exercising for at least 30 minutes a day can have a huge impact on your long-term health
It’s easy to think that everything will be totally different when you move to a new country, and this can be a cause of stress. For example, what should you do if you need to visit a pharmacy?
Dubai is set to become the home of world’s largest wellness development, but why?
Of the countless challenges we face each day, it’s easy to take drinking enough water for granted. What are the health benefits of drinking the right amount of water?
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