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tea drinking how prevent dementia

Tea Drinking & Its Benefits on Cognitive Health

With the ageing population and lack of effective pharmacological treatments for dementia, interest in non-pharmacological, preventive interventions is at an all-time high. Researchers are interested to see how our daily diet and lifestyle impact the risks of developing dementia and...

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Art Therapy to prevent cognitive decline

Art Therapy to Prevent Cognitive Decline

With the increasingly greying population in Singapore, the prevalence of mild cognitive impairment (MCI) and comorbidity of conditions are expected to rise at a rapid pace. Given that dementia is irreversible and has no known cure at this current stage,...

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Therapeutic Rainforest Mindful Walking

Rainforest Mindful Walking

Past research has shown evidence that the forest environment bring forth a range of positive health benefits including stress reduction and improvement of depression and anxiety. Singapore is one of the only two cities in the world with a rainforest...

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Gardening is good for physical and mental health

Gardening is Good for Physical and Mental Health

Above indisputable benefits for the environment, there is also increasing interest on the impact of gardening on physical and mental health. With Singapore’s ageing population, there is a need for health-promoting infrastructures in communities, especially near estates with more elderly...

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Choral Singing Improves Cognitive Function

In 2021, it is estimated that there are 92,000 people living with dementia in Singapore. The Ministry of Health (MOH) predicts that number to increase to 152,000 by 2030. Now, more than ever, there is a compelling need for preventive...

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tea drinking how prevent dementia

Tea Drinking & Its Benefits on Cognitive Health

With the ageing population and lack of effective pharmacological treatments for dementia, interest in non-pharmacological, preventive interventions is at an all-time high. Researchers are interested to see how our daily diet and lifestyle impact the risks of developing dementia and...

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tea drinking how prevent dementia

Tea Drinking & Its Benefits on Cognitive Health

With the ageing population and lack of effective pharmacological treatments for dementia, interest in non-pharmacological, preventive interventions is at an all-time high. Researchers are interested to see how our daily diet and lifestyle impact the risks of developing dementia and...

Find Out More

Art Therapy to prevent cognitive decline

Art Therapy to Prevent Cognitive Decline

With the increasingly greying population in Singapore, the prevalence of mild cognitive impairment (MCI) and comorbidity of conditions are expected to rise at a rapid pace. Given that dementia is irreversible and has no known cure at this current stage,...

Find Out More

Therapeutic Rainforest Mindful Walking

Rainforest Mindful Walking

Past research has shown evidence that the forest environment bring forth a range of positive health benefits including stress reduction and improvement of depression and anxiety. Singapore is one of the only two cities in the world with a rainforest...

Find Out More
Gardening is good for physical and mental health

Gardening is Good for Physical and Mental Health

Above indisputable benefits for the environment, there is also increasing interest on the impact of gardening on physical and mental health. With Singapore’s ageing population, there is a need for health-promoting infrastructures in communities, especially near estates with more elderly...

Find Out More

how to prevent dementia singapore choir singing

Choral Singing Improves Cognitive Function

In 2021, it is estimated that there are 92,000 people living with dementia in Singapore. The Ministry of Health (MOH) predicts that number to increase to 152,000 by 2030. Now, more than ever, there is a compelling need for preventive...

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tea drinking how prevent dementia

Tea Drinking & Its Benefits on Cognitive Health

With the ageing population and lack of effective pharmacological treatments for dementia, interest in non-pharmacological, preventive interventions is at an all-time high. Researchers are interested to see how our daily diet and lifestyle impact the risks of developing dementia and...

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