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Archive for June, 2013


Common Health Problems of Women

Research reveals that there are certain diseases most common to women. The good news is that it’s preventable. To help women boost their health, read the following common women health problems and start preventing it as early as today.

Heart Disease

Since women have lesser physical activities than men, they have bigger chances of acquiring heart diseases. Researches proved that heart disease is responsible for the 29% of death in women’s population. Save yourself by visiting your doctor regularly, doing physical exercises, avoiding spicy and junk foods, and filling up your everyday menu with fresh fruits and veggies,

Breast Cancer

This is the most common type of cancer in women. Experts stressed that the common reason why women in late ages avoid physical check-up is the fear of breast cancer. Keep in mind that breast cancer shows no symptoms that’s why it is highly recommended and important to visit the doctor regularly. Aside from seeing the doctor, you also have to take care of yourself by being active, breastfeeding (for moms with babies), limiting hormone therapy and avoiding too much exposure to pollution and radiation.


Osteoporosis threatens 68% of women according to research. The bone disease develops because of women’s behaviour in their childhood up to their early adult years.  That’s because the human body continues to produce bone mass until the age of 30. After that, the bone stops producing and concentrates on the maintenance of the bones. To avoid or delay osteoporosis, be sure to have adequate intake of Vitamin D and calcium, have regular exercise such as walking and jogging, don’t drink more than 2 glasses of liquors a day, and lastly quit smoking.


Where Backpackers Can Stay in Singapore

When you come to Singapore, your choices for accommodation range from 5-star hotels to decent hostels. Most backpackers find great deals in these hostels that are located in the heart of the city.

River City Inn

Backpackers love this hotel located along Hongkong Street for its homey ambience. The facilities in River City Inn are nice and its environment is clean. Places of interest nearby include Little India, Chinatown, Marina Square, Raffles City, The Arts House, and Victoria Theatre and Concert Hall.

Beary Nice! by A Beary Good Hostel

Located along Pagoda Street, A Beary Good Hostel attracts backpackers through its useful amenities and unbeatable value. Its colourful interiors and teddy bear decorations make a cosy and relaxed atmosphere. Attractions within the area include Sri Mariamman Temple and Chinatown Complex Food Centre, the biggest hawker centre in the country.

Betel Box

Betel Box Hostel is loved by backpackers for its friendly and informative staff. They serve sumptuous dishes too. Facilities include a large, cosy communal area with kitchen, dining, and lounge areas. Located along Joo Chiat Road, this hostel is not far from East Coast beach where travellers can go swimming, biking, and skating.

The Little Red Dot

For many backpackers, The Little Red Dot is a haven of rest and relaxation. Situated along Lavender Street, this hotel encourages travellers from different places to have fun together with its convenient location and good facilities.  Marina Bay Sands, Lavender Food Square, the Esplanade, and the ever-famous Merlion are just around the corner.