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Physician Lim Sock Ling

Physician Lim Sock Ling

TCM Physician – Internal Medicine, Acupuncture

Physician Lim Sock Ling is a registered TCM Practitioner, licensed by the TCM Practitioners' Board, a regulatory body under the charge of the Ministry of Health. She holds a double degree in Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Biomedical Sciences, Nanyang Technological University and Bachelor of Chinese Medicine, Beijing University of Chinese Medicine. She has also attained the WSQ Advanced Certificate in Learning and Performance. Physician Lim possesses the SkillsFuture recognised Training and Adult Education competencies to perform the role of a learning facilitator, assessor of courses, and a learning solutionist.

Lim Sock Ling's Collection of Works

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Health & Balance

Swollen Lymph Nodes: Could It Be Lymphoma?

Lymphoma symptoms like swollen lymph nodes are similar to symptoms of less serious illnesses, making it a tricky disease to detect on your own.

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Parenthood

Mastitis Treatment for Breastfeeding Mothers

If you’re a new mum struggling with mastitis, read on to learn about effective mastitis treatments to help you go through this challenging time.

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Health & Balance

Stay Vigilant: 3 Miscarriage Symptoms You May Be Experiencing

Knowing the signs of miscarriage can be tricky, and could feel different with every stage of pregnancy. Here, we share the signs and miscarriage symptoms so that mums-to-be know what to look out for.

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Mind & Mental

Five Anger Management Tips to Ease Your Fury

Anger management can improve how you perceive life. Contrastingly, zero control over the emotion can potentially cause health disorders.

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