Suntec Community


May Happenings

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Join us in our virtual lunch workshops to learn more about the food that go into your body and how to better your mental wellness.

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05 May
12.30pm - 1.30pm

Packaged foods and drinks that come in cans, boxes, bottles, jars, and bags—have a lot of nutrition and food safety information on their labels or packaging. Information on the food label can be quite overwhelming at time.


Learn to be a smart and informed shopper by reading food labels and find out more about the foods you eat. Learn how to read food labels in this workshop and take charge of your food purchasing decisions today.

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19 May
12.30pm - 1.30pm

As women age, the risk of heart disease and osteoporosis increases, especially after menopause. According to the National Health Survey, about 25 percent of women aged 50-59 have high cholesterol levels which are seven per cent higher than males.


Join us as we discuss simple tips that you can incorporate into your diet to prevent or slow down the process.

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30 May
12.30pm - 1.30pm

Emotional intelligence (EQ) impacts one's ability to process relational situations with sensitivity and authenticity. EQ contributes to effective communication, which is a core skill needed in any relationship and various life settings, especially in a new environment.


This session explores what emotionally-intelligent communication might entail how how it can be practised and strengthened over time.

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09 May 
12.30pm - 1.30pm

Stress can be contributed by various internal and external factors. Lack of or unmanaged boundaries can trigger or exacerbate stress, especially when we navigate new environment, situations and relationship.


This session explores the different types of boundaries, and identifies practical tips to create and maintain them for overall peace of mind and wellbeing.

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23 May 
12.30pm - 1.30pm

Modern life can be hectic and adds to one’s high-stress levels resulting in them functioning on ‘autopilot’ with a mind-body disconnect. This mind-body disconnect mode reduces your ability for potential self-awareness, self-regulation, and self-care.


Join this engaging, introduction to mindfulness workshop to learn how paying attention to what is happening in the present and to examine responses without being judgmental can bring about boundless personal benefits and be equipped with mindfulness strategies for everyday use.

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12 May
12.30pm - 1.30pm

Osteoporosis is becoming an increasing public health problem in Singapore. Singapore has the highest reported incidence of hip fractures within Asia. According to The International Osteoporosis Foundation Asian Audit report, one in three Singaporean women over 50 years old has osteoporosis. J


oin us in this workshop to find out more about osteoporosis and its risk factors as well as lifestyle changes you can make to prevent osteoporosis.

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26 May
12.30pm - 1.30pm

Tips to prevent Type II Diabetes Mellitus) Almost 400,000 Singaporeans live with diabetes. One in three Singaporeans will develop diabetes during their lifetime, and the number will exceed one million by 2050.


Join us to learn how to prevent type II diabetes through physical activity and healthy eating and what impact diabetes has on health.


These activities are brought to you in collaboration with
Health Promotion Board, Healthy Workplace Ecosystem