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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

6 Celebrities Who Use Alternative Medicine To Look Great

Does your favorite celebrity use alternative medicine? Check out this list of famous people who use natural remedies to look and feel their best. Then consider trying them out for yourself.

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Pregnancy & Children's Health

How Can TCM Support In Vitro Fertilization?

Did you know that adding Traditional Chinese Medicine to your in vitro fertilization plan can boost your fertility to help you get pregnant faster? These couples did it and you can, too.

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General Health

Best Urticaria Treatment Options To Soothe Your Hives

Hives can pop up for unexpected reasons, such as genetics, diet, and exposure to certain environmental factors. Here are the best urticaria treatment options to help stop that itchy skin rash.

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Pregnancy & Children's Health

Got A Milk Bleb? Here’s How To Heal It And Avoid Mastitis

A milk bleb may occur if you are not properly emptying your breasts during feedings – among other reasons. These tips can soothe the pain and prevent mastitis so you can get back to nourishing your baby!

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Pregnancy & Children's Health

How To Care For Yourself If You Are Group B Strep Positive

Group B strep is a type of bacteria that naturally lives in the digestive tract of healthy adults. However, it can be deadly in babies. Learn how to keep yourself and your baby healthy if you have it.

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General Health

Natural Therapies For Shin Splints That Work

It takes about three weeks for shin splints to heal completely. These tips can help you manage the pain and swelling so you can get back to doing what you love sooner.

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Pregnancy & Children's Health

What To Do If You Have An Abnormal Pap Smear

Sometimes, an abnormal pap smear will clear up on its own. In severe cases, it could lead to cancer if not properly managed. Here is how to support your health naturally.

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Natural Products

Magic Mushrooms vs. Medicinal Mushrooms: What’s The Difference?

Magic mushrooms contain a compound called psilocybin that causes you to hallucinate where medicinal mushrooms do not. Additionally, medicinal mushrooms contain a wide range of benefits to improve your mental and physical health.

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General Health

How To Prevent And Treat Acne Rosacea

Acne rosacea can significantly impact self-confidence—we understand. Here’s how to tackle the root causes and effectively diminish symptoms for lasting relief.

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Pregnancy & Children's Health

Tips To Help Your Kids Enjoy A Healthy Spring Break

If you’re planning a spring break vacation this year, don’t forget to pack these tips to help keep your kids healthy in the sun, on the plane, and wherever your destination takes you.

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Pregnancy & Children's Health

These Tips Can Keep Your Newborn Baby Healthy in the Winter

Keeping your newborn baby healthy this winter starts before they are born, but there are plenty of things you can do to support their immune health after your bundle of joy arrives.

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