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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. 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.

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General Health

Knowing These Blood Clot Symptoms Could Save Your Life

Symptoms of a blood clot may include pain in one arm or leg, shortness of breath, and fast heartbeat. Learn other symptoms and how to prevent and resolve them here.

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Pregnancy & Children's Health

Healthy Eating Tips For Children

Healthy eating is essential for your child’s growth and development. It also makes them healthier as an adult. Learn how to get your picky eater to indulge in something other than pizza or chicken nuggets.

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Pregnancy & Children's Health

How Does Refined Sugar Impact Children’s Health?

Refined sugar has been linked to emotional problems, weight gain, and hyperactivity in children, but it’s found in just about everything they eat. Here’s how to work around that.

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Weight & Fitness

Do’s And Don’ts When You Go On A Detox Diet

A detox diet doesn’t have to be a diet at all. Incorporate these tips into your daily routine and you’ll naturally support the organs that purge toxins.

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Pregnancy & Children's Health

How To Soothe Contact Dermatitis In Children

Children are more likely than adults to react to allergens that lead to contact dermatitis. Read on to learn the possible triggers and how to manage them.

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