10 foods to eat if you have HFMD (and what to avoid!)
Hand, Foot, and Mouth Disease, or HFMD, has definitely been making it's rounds in Singapore, with 18,241 reported cases of infection this year alone.
If you (yes, adults can get it too!) or your child are down with HFMD, it can cause fever, a sore throat and mouth ulcers inside your mouth or around the sides of the tongue, which will make it quite painful to eat and will also cause a lack of appetite.
So what kinds of food should you eat if you are infected with HFMD, and what exactly should you avoid? Check out our gallery to find out!