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  1. A Guide to Elderly Health Care

    A Guide to Elderly Health Care

    When it comes to the elderly, nothing says, "I love you" and "Thank you" more than caring for them in their golden years. But where do we start? How do we actually go about caring for them properly and making sure that they stay safe and healthy? Fret not! We are here to share a few tips on how to do just that!

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  2. Top 5 Mobility Aids and Wheelchairs to Make Life Easier

    Top 5 Mobility Aids and Wheelchairs to Make Life Easier

    There will come a point in our lives where we would need mobility aids or wheelchairs either due to an accident or just simply going through the process of aging. One could find many types of mobility aids and wheelchairs in the market and it could get quite overwhelming. Don’t worry! Here are a few general tips that may help you make a more informed decision!

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  3. What is Incontinence?

    What is Incontinence?

    Incontinence is not a disease, but a symptom. It is defined as a condition, where a person experiences involuntary urination or bowel movements to an extent that affects the person's social life in a negative way.

    Urinary incontinence means losing control of the bladder. In some cases it results in a total loss of the bladder’s contents and in other cases, it merely causes a small leakage.

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  4. Types of Incontinence

    Types of Incontinence

    Abena offers a wide range of incontinence pads to help with continence management and improve the quality of life for those who live with the symptoms.

    Our incontinence supplies cover everything from incontinence pads in numerous sizes and shapes to bed protection products such as absorbent under pads and protective sheets. We even have specialized products like fecal incontinence pads, gender specific products such as male incontinence pads shaped for the male anatomy and junior products.

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  5. World Health Day

    World Health Day

    Everywhere around the world, people will be brought to heighten health awareness this April by the World Health Day which falls on the 7th. World Health Organization has always uses this opportunity to draw the attention of people towards the importance of global health, and this year the theme is Universal Health Coverage: Everyone, Everywhere.

    From minor adjustments in your eating habit to the bigger lifestyle change, there are many things we can do everyday to keep and stay healthy. It is still not too late to restart that new year resolutions and here are some things which we can do for a better, healthier life

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  6. 3 Ramadhan Focus for a Better Hari Raya

    3 Ramadhan Focus for a Better Hari Raya

    “Ramadhan is here, time to lose weight for Raya!”

    All around, this seems to be everyone’s main goal in Ramadhan. It is not surprising since we all want to look our best when we “balik kampung” and go around visiting relatives and friends that we have not met for a while.

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  7. Top 5 Expert Tips to Prevent Running Injuries and How to Recover

    Top 5 Expert Tips to Prevent Running Injuries and How to Recover

    Running is a great form of cardio that works the overall body and improves our physical and mental health - high cholesterol, diabetes, depression, running can help alleviate or reduce the risk of such ailments. Running seems like an easy activity to get into right? Just lace up, and go! But did you know that there are many running related injuries due to neglect and lack of information? Allow us to get you up to speed! Here are 5 ways to prevent running injuries as well as how to recover from them.

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  8. Simple Tips to Better Sleep

    Simple Tips to Better Sleep

    Gone were the days when we would ask someone, “Did you eat well?” as part of a greeting. Now, we would ask, “How was your sleep?” instead. Part of the effects of Globalization is the urbanization of more and more parts of the world. Food is now more readily available compared to the days of the past. Living in a fast paced society has decreased a previously ample ‘commodity’ – sleep. Take a moment and try to recall the number of times a week that you’ve woken up feeling like a zombie. Dragging yourself out of bed and going to work, performing tasks absentmindedly. Fear not! Here are a few tips to getting better sleep that will help conquer your day!

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  9. Posture care when watching television

    Posture care when watching television

    Watching television and sitting down for long hours is actually bad for your health and body posture. Because most people are not aware of proper sitting posture, common problems occurred such as back pain, stiffness, and poor body posture. Here's a few ways to prevent & relieve backpain and improve your body posture:

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  10. Basic Tips to Care for the Elderly

    Basic Tips to Care for the Elderly

    Caring for the elderly in our lives is a noble and filial act. An act that shows our love, gratitude and care for those who have nurtured and impacted our lives greatly. However, caring for the elderly can be daunting. It’s uncharted territory for most of us and are we doing it right? Have we done all we can to provide them with the tools to live a fulfilling elderly life? Fret not! To help ease your mind. Here are a few ways to monitor the health of the elderly, and also help gain their confidence and a little bit of their independence back!

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