Tigers, take heed: 2017's predictions urge you to keep a close watch on your health

Tigers, take heed: 2017's predictions urge you to keep a close watch on your health
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They say that health is wealth so those born in the Year of the Tiger will need to keep tabs on their health and maybe even think about starting an exercise regime to stay fit in the year ahead.

The upside is, your career prospects are promising so look forward to forming new friendships and even intimacies, and let them take shape naturally.

Here's the full horoscope prediction for those born in the Year of the Ox, according to Singapore fengshui consultant Adelina Pang:

Year of the Tiger: 1938, 1950, 1962, 1974, 1986, 1998, 2010


There is an unfortunate chance that you may face losses in investments.

Practise frugality at this time and spend wisely. Treasure your savings and focus on self-improvement instead of shopping!

I urge you to not give out loans to anybody. If you must, consider it a gift because there's a good chance you won't get it back.


You will enjoy good career prospects you must be mindful of the offending Tai Sui of last year and recover from it. As you are blessed by the auspicious star Yuede, this will help get rid of past bad energy and help form new friendships, new intimacies and kind help from friends and colleagues.


Single tigers, it will be a lean year this 2017 as your love energy remains a little stagnant. You are beset by over-emotional issues and may feel a little unstable.

Perhaps it's simply a time for you to stop forcing matters, take things naturally and focus on your career development.


You will feel lazy and your health will feel as if it's not at its greatest. Please practise self-care and dose yourself with health food and vitamins. Health is wealth. I recommend you go for medical check-ups soon and partake in physical activities like going to the gym. Remember to rest as well.

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