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This are some useful tips that will save your life.

1 To prevent common infections such as food poisoning, typhoid and hepatitis A, wash your hands with soap and water, especially after using the bathroom and before eating.
2 Do you experience intense sadness, feel worthless and notice changes in sleep patterns for the past 2 weeks? You may be suffering from depression. Read about it or call HeathLine at 1800-223 1313 for more information.
3 Feel life is hopeless all the time? You may be suffering from depression. Read about it or call HeathLine at 1800-223 1313 for more information.
4 Depression is not a sign of personal weakness but a medical condition that can be treated. Talk to us about it! Call HealthLine at 1800-223-1313.
5 The risk of breast cancer increases as you get older. Go for regular mammography screenings for early detection of breast cancer.
6 Build strong bones! Eat calcium-rich foods such as low-fat yoghurt and milk, cheese and green leafy vegetables.
7 2+2: Make sure you eat two servings of fruit, and two servings of vegetables daily!
8 No matter how comfortable you are at your desk, prolonged sitting is not good for your back. Try to stand, stretch and walk for at least a minute or two every half hour.
9 Cancers are the main cause of death in Singapore. Not all cancers are preventable but you can detect them early by knowing and recognising the symptoms, and going for regular check-ups.
10 If all the recent festive eating has made you put on weight and you need to lose some weight, remember to set a realistic and practical target of about half to 1 kilogram per week.
11 The best way to control asthma is by following a medical management plan and also by avoiding contact with environmental "triggers" like cockroaches, dust mites, furry pets, mold, tobacco smoke and certain chemicals.
12 If you cannot avoid prolonged exposure to the sun, wear protective clothing and use a sunscreen of at least 15 SPF. This will help prevent skin cancer.
13 Make it a daily challenge to find ways to move your body. Climb stairs, walk your dog, chase your kids, toss balls with friends. Anything that moves your limbs is not only a fitness tool, it's a stress buster.
14 Even if you are a non-smoker, you are still at risk of lung cancer and heart attacks if you breathe in other people's smoke. So stay smoke-free, avoid places that allow smoking.
15 Stay smoke-free, eat a well-balanced diet with sufficient vitamin C to help boost your immune system.
16 Always say NO to smoking. It will save you money and your life!
17 It is never too late to quit smoking -- Within 20 minutes of quitting, your blood pressure and pulse rate returns to normal. So start today to stay smoke-free!
18 Overcome the urge to smoke by doing something else. Try breathing deeply, drinking a glass of water or talking to a friend or loved one. This will help you delay lighting up your cigarette.
19 Cigarette smoking is a deadly addiction. It only takes 10 seconds for the nicotine in cigarettes to reach the brain and get you hooked to smoking. So stay smoke-free and don't get hooked.