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Only healthy foreign workers can work in Malaysia: Dzulkefly
KUALA LUMPUR: Only foreign workers who are confirmed healthy and free from any dangerous or contagious diseases will be allowed to work in Malaysia and get a Temporary Employment Visit Pass (PLKS), sa...
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Compulsory vaccinations for newborns on the cards, says Health Minister
The Health Ministry is mulling to make vaccination for newborns compulsory, following the return of preventable diseases such as tuberculosis (TB) and measles.Its minister, Datuk Seri Dr Dzulkefly Ahm...
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Only healthy foreign workers can work in Malaysia — Dr Dzulkefly
KUALA LUMPUR (Oct 17): Only foreign workers who are confirmed healthy and free from any dangerous or contagious diseases will be allowed to work in Malaysia and get a Temporary Employment Visit Pass (...
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Compulsory vaccinations for newborns are on the cards, says Malaysian health minister
KUALA LUMPUR - The Health Ministry is mulling to make vaccination for newborns compulsory, following the return of preventable diseases such as tuberculosis (TB). Its minister, Datuk Seri Dr Dzulke...
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Compulsory vaccinations for newborns are on the cards, says Health Ministry
KUALA LUMPUR: The Health Ministry is mulling to make vaccination for newborns compulsory, following the return of preventable diseases such as tuberculosis (TB).
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Govt mulls compulsory immunisation as TB makes a comeback
KUALA LUMPUR: The government is considering to make immunisation compulsory, said Health Minister Dzulkefly Ahmad.
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Health Ministry considering compulsory vaccination for newborns
KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 17 — Vaccination for all newborns may be made compulsory soon, following the return of preventable diseases such as tuberculosis (TB). Health Minister Datuk Seri Dzulkefly Ahmad to...
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Dzulkefly: Fee increase when visiting private clinics will be reasonable
KUALA LUMPUR: Any increase in the consultation fees at private clinics will be minor to keep it affordable for patients, the Dewan Rakyat was told.
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Negri Sembilan govt agrees in principal to ban on sale of vape products: MB
SEREMBAN: The Negri Sembilan government has agreed in principle to enforce a ban on the sale of electronic cigarettes or vape, even though the matter is still being reviewed by the Federal government.
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CREST digital healthcare cluster kicks off with 3 initiatives
Collaborative Research in Engineering, Science & Technology (CREST) yesterday, officially announced three key Digital Healthcare Cluster initiatives, the triple helix, signifying a milestone in digita...
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As panic over US vape deaths mounts, Malaysia’s new laws may prove far more toxic — Jo Furnival
OCTOBER 15 — Malaysia is pushing for strict laws on the sale and use of vapes, shisha and e-cigarettes but evidence suggests stricter vaping laws are likely to be counterproductive.
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Malaysia considers total vaping ban after reports of US deaths
KUALA LUMPUR - Malaysia is considering banning the sale of electronic cigarettes, its health minister said on Monday, citing growing reports of deaths in the United States linked to e-cigarettes and ...
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Ministry looking at how best to implement vaccine programme
CYBERJAYA: The Health Ministry is re-strategising the implementation of the free pneumococcal vaccination programme to better use the RM60mil allocated for it.
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Health Ministry to strategise implementation on pneumococcal vaccination
CYBERJAYA: The Health Ministry is committed to kick-start the pneumococcal vaccination for children next year, with the allocation of RM60 million proposed under the Budget 2020, said its minister Dat...
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Health Ministry to strategize implementation on pneumococcal vaccine
CYBERJAYA (Oct 14): The Health Ministry is committed to kick-start the pneumococcal vaccination for children next year, with the allocation of RM60 million proposed under the Budget 2020, said its min...
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Enforcement on vaping ban still under study, Dewan Rakyat told
KUALA LUMPUR (Oct 14): Enforcement on the ban on sale of electronic cigarettes (E-cigarettes) or vape that use liquid solutions (e-liquid) without nicotine is still under discussion, the Dewan Rakyat ...
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Health Ministry to kick-start implementation of pneumococcal vaccine
CYBERJAYA, Oct 14 — The Health Ministry is committed to kick-start the pneumococcal vaccination for children next year, with the allocation of RM60 million proposed under the Budget 2020, said its m...
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Dr Dzulkefly: Pneumococcal vaccination programme 'long overdue'
CYBERJAYA: The Government’s move to provide free pneumococcal vaccination to children is a “long overdue” decision, said Datuk Seri Dr Dzulkefly Ahmad.
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Total ban on vape under study, says Putrajaya
KUALA LUMPUR: The government is still discussing a possible ban on sale of e-cigarettes or vape that use liquid solutions (e-liquid) without nicotine, the Dewan Rakyat was told today.
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Malaysia considers total vaping ban after reports of US deaths
KUALA LUMPUR (Oct 14): Malaysia is considering banning the sale of electronic cigarettes, its health minister said on Monday, citing growing reports of deaths in the United States linked to e-cigarett...
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Malaysia considers total vaping ban after reports of US deaths
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia is considering banning the sale of electronic cigarettes, its health minister said on Monday (Oct 14), citing growing reports of deaths in the United States linked to e-cigarett...
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Malaysia considers total vaping ban after reports of US deaths
KUALA LUMPUR (REUTERS) - Malaysia is considering banning the sale of electronic cigarettes, its health minister said on Monday (Oct 14), citing growing reports of deaths in the United States linked to...
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Enforcement on vaping ban still under study, Dewan Rakyat told
Enforcement on the ban on sale of electronic cigarettes (E-cigarettes) or vape that use liquid solutions (e-liquid) without nicotine is still under discussion, the Dewan Rakyat was told today.
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Enforcement on vaping ban still under study, Dewan Rakyat told
KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 14 — Enforcement on the ban on sale of electronic cigarettes (e-cigarettes) or vape that uses liquid solutions (e-liquid) without nicotine is still under discussion, the Dewan Raky...
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Govt considering possibility of banning vapes, e-ciggies
KUALA LUMPUR: The government is considering the possibility of banning the sale of electronic cigarettes and vapes, according to Health Minister Datuk Seri Dr Dzulkefly Ahmad (pix).
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Exco: More Malaysians will benefit from increased access to home ownership
JOHOR BAHRU (Oct 14): Several initiatives involving access to home ownership announced in the 2020 Budget two days ago are believed will enable more Malaysians including Johoreans to finally own a dre...
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Dzulkefly: Four victims of Putrajaya balloon explosion to be discharged from hospital today
LIPIS, Oct 13 — Four of six victims in the balloon explosion incident at Dataran Putrajaya yesterday are likely be discharged from Putrajaya Hospital today.
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Balloon explosion: Six victims warded for burns and skin peel
PUTRAJAYA: Six victims of the helium balloon explosion here today are still being treated at the Putrajaya Hospital, while 10 others have been allowed to go home, Health Minister Datuk Seri Dr Dzulkef...
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One hospital, 20 health clinics to be built
IPOH (Oct 12): A new hospital replacing the existing 80-bedded Hospital Kampar, along with 20 health clinics, will be built with a portion of the RM30.6 billion budget allocated to the Health Ministr...
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Balloon explosion: Six victims warded for burns and skin peel
PUTRAJAYA, Oct 12 — Six victims of the helium balloon explosion incident here today are still being treated at the Putrajaya Hospital, while 10 others have been allowed to go home, Health Minister D...
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Dzulkefly: One hospital, 20 health clinics to be built with Budget 2020 allocation
IPOH, Oct 12 — A new hospital replacing the existing 80-bedded Hospital Kampar, along with 20 health clinics, will be built with a portion of the RM30.6 billion budget allocated to the Health Minist...
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Sivanesan: Details of new Kampar hospital still being finalised
IPOH: The specific details of the new Kampar district hospital are still being finalised, says Perak Health Committee chairman A. Sivanesan.
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Dr Dzulkefly elated over RM60m allocation for pneumococcal vaccines for children
KUALA LUMPUR: A RM60 million allocation for the provision of the pneumococcal vaccines to all children, was the best news for the Health Ministry.
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Dr Dzulkefly: RM416mil allocation to be used for building clinics, new hospital
IPOH: About RM416mil from the announced RM1.6bil during the tabling of the 2020 Budget would be used to build new hospitals.
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Lower threshold price for foreigners buying apartments
KUALA LUMPUR • Foreigners can soon buy Malaysian apartments and condominiums at lower prices in big cities, and the government will inject RM85 million (S$28 million) to improve traffic flow at the ...
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Looks like many Malaysians happy with Budget 2020, says PM
KUALA LUMPUR: The Prime Minister believes many Malaysians will be happy with Pakatan Harapan's Budget 2020.
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Malaysia to lower minimum purchase price for high-rise units for foreigners
KUALA LUMPUR - Malaysia will next year lower the minimum price for foreigners to buy its high-rise properties in urban areas to RM600,000 (S$197,000), from RM1 million now, Finance Minister Lim Guan...
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Suicidal tendencies on the rise in Malaysia, says Health DG
PETALING JAYA: There is a worrying increase in suicidal tendency among youths in Malaysia, says the Health Ministry.
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Medical marijuana advocacy group launches survey for M'sians
The Malaysian Society of Awareness has called on the Malaysian government to consider legalising the use of cannabis for medical purposes and health supplements, as is practised in several countries.
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11-year-old appeals to health minister to put a stop to haze
SUNGAI PETANI: Frustrated at having missed football practice due to unhealthy air conditions, an 11-year-old boy has picked up the courage to write an appeal letter to the health minister, pleading th...
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Malaysia supports draft regional action plan for tobacco control, says Health Minister
KUALA LUMPUR: Deaths linked to vaping have been reported in the United States and Britain, and Malaysia will fight against new smoking products, says Datuk Seri Dr Dzulkefly Ahmad.
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Dr Dzulkefly leads Malaysia's delegation to WHO conference in Manila
PETALING JAYA: Malaysia is joining a host of western Pacific nations in the ongoing World Health Organisation 70th Session of the Regional Committee Meeting held in...
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Include us in drafting laws on vaping, urge industry players
PETALING JAYA: E-cigarette and vape outlet operators in Malaysia want to be involved in any discussion on regulating the industry as the government moves to...
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SPV 2030 will ensure economic development and prosperity for all, says Dzulkefly
JOHOR BARU, Oct 6 — The Shared Prosperity Vision 2030 (WKB2030) launched by Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad yesterday will drive the country’s economic development in a more equitable, fair...
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Dzulkefly: Closure of institutes was to enhance efficiency
KUALA LUMPUR: The phased closure of 19 nursing training institutes (ILKKM) was to improve efficiency and save cost, says Datuk Seri Dr Dzulkefly Ahmad.
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Medicines price control will have negative repercussions
LETTER | On May 2019, Health Minister Dzulkefly Ahmad announced that the ministry intends to use External Reference Pricing (ERP) to benchmark drug prices in Malaysia against seven to eight selected.
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Batu Ferringhi: All set to be no-smoking tourism zone
GEORGE TOWN (Sept 30): If all things go according to plan, Batu Ferringhi will be gazetted “Penang’s first no-smoking tourism zone” next month, reported theSun. And what does this entail?
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Health and Works ministries in need of bigger allocations
KUALA SELANGOR: Both the Health and the Works ministries are hoping for a bigger slice of the pie under Budget 2020, which will be tabled on Oct 11.
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‘Overworked, understaffed’ health ministry wants more funds
KUALA SELANGOR: The health ministry (MOH) hopes it will receive a bigger allocation in the 2020 Budget in order to overcome a long-time shortage of staff, equipment and facilities.
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Health Ministry expecting bigger allocation in Budget 2020
KUALA SELANGOR: The Ministry of Health (MOH) is hoping for a bigger allocation in Budget 2020 to address the shortage of staff, equipment and facilities, it has been facing for a long time.
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Health Ministry expecting bigger allocation in Budget 2020
KUALA SELANGOR, Sept 29 — The Ministry of Health (MOH) is hoping for a bigger allocation in Budget 2020 to address the shortage of staff, equipment and facilities, it has been facing for a long time...
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14 projects underway to build, upgrade health facilities in Sabah
TAWAU (Sept 28): The Health Ministry has announced that it has lined up 14 projects for Sabah costing RM238.5 million.
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14 projects underway to build, upgrade health facilities in Sabah: Minister
TAWAU: The Health Ministry has announced that it has lined up 14 projects for Sabah costing RM238.5 million.
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Misuse of antibiotics a health hazard: Health Minister
PUTRAJAYA: The health authorities are monitoring the misuse of antibiotics to ensure that it does not reach a level that would endanger the people’s well-being, according to Health Minister Datuk Se...
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Orang asli deaths due to measles, says Health Ministry
PUTRAJAYA: The Health Ministry has confirmed that the deaths of 16 orang asli from June to Sept were due to measles.
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Health Ministry monitoring polio: Dzulkefly
PUTRAJAYA: The Health Ministry is monitoring the presence of the polio virus in the environment via sewage samples at several selected treatment plants since 2012, according to Health Minister Datuk S...
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Health Ministry monitoring polio - Dzulkefly
The Health Ministry is monitoring the presence of poliovirus in the environment via sewage samples at several selected treatment plants since 2012, said Health Minister Dzulkefly Ahmad.
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‘Ramp up cybersecurity measures’
KUALA LUMPUR: While urging the authorities to quickly identify the source of the leak of almost 20,000 Malaysian medical records online, the Malaysian Medical Association (MMA) is urging health facilities to prioritise investments in IT and cybersecurity to...
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Bateq deaths confirmed linked to measles
PUTRAJAYA: Investigations into the deaths of 15 Bateq in Kuala Koh, Kelantan found that the fatalities were mostly linked to measles, and not due to water polluted by heavy metals, says the Health Ministry.
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Health Ministry confirms 12 Orang Asli children died of measles
PUTRAJAYA, Sept 25 — The Health Ministry today confirmed the cause of death of 12 Orang Asli in Kampung Kuala Koh, Kelantan, was measles, and not heavy metal poisoning as alleged.
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Health Ministry: Reports of forced birth control on Orang Asli are untrue
KUALA LUMPUR: The Health Ministry has debunked claims that Orang Asli women in Hulu Perak were forced to take birth control.
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Orang Asli deaths not due to metal poisoning
PUTRAJAYA: According to laboratory test results, the main cause of the deaths of 16 Orang Asli at Kuala Koh, Kelantan is measles, not metal poisoning as alleged.
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NEHAP focuses on sustainable environmental health
PUTRAJAYA (Sept 24): The National Environmental Health Action Plan (NEHAP) focuses on 11 areas of concern that aim to put sustainable environment and health at the centre of development, said Health M...
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Minister satisfied with staff’s level of preparedness in facing fires
PUTRAJAYA: Health Minister Datuk Seri Dr Dzulkefly Ahmad is satisfied with the level of preparedness of ministry staff at its block E7 premises here in dealing with fire emergencies.
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This is how MoH plans to deal with effect of climate change on health
PUTRAJAYA, Sept 24 — The Health Ministry plans to deal with the effect of climate change on health by narrowing down the area of focus to tackle the problem and by strengthening ties between various...
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Don’t lower prices for foreigners, house buyers tell Johor
PETALING JAYA: The National House Buyers Association is against any move to lower prices for foreigners to buy high-end properties.
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Johor may cut RM1m threshold for foreigners to buy homes
JOHOR BARU • The Johor government is looking at lowering the RM1 million (S$330,000) threshold for foreigners to buy property as it aims to clear 51,000 unsold properties in the southern Malaysian s...
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Johor govt mulling over lowering RM1m threshold for property purchases by foreign buyers
JOHOR BARU (THE STAR/ASIA NEWS NETWORK) - The Johor government is looking at lowering the current RM1 million (S$330,000) threshold for foreigners to buy property, as an incentive to clear 51,000 unso...
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Property glut: Johor mulls lowering price threshold for foreigners
JOHOR BAHRU (Sept 20): The Johor government is considering lowering the current RM1 million price threshold for foreigners to buy properties in the state, a report in the Malay Mail said today.
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Johor govt mulls lowering price threshold for foreigners in bid to stop unsold property glut
JOHOR BARU, Sept 20 — The Johor government will be looking at the feasibility of lowering the current RM1 million price threshold for foreigners to buy properties in the state, in an effort to sell ...
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Malaysia could lose millions of ringgit due to haze: Economist
PETALING JAYA: The country is expected to lose millions of ringgit in potential income due to the current haze spell, according to an economist.
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Johor govt mulls lowering RM1mil threshold for property acquisition by foreigners
JOHOR BARU: The Johor government is looking at lowering the current RM1mil threshold for foreigners to buy property as an incentive to sell off 51,000 unsold...
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Health Ministry probes report on medical records leak
The Ministry of Health views seriously and is investigating a report that 19,992 radiology examinations in Malaysia face the risk of patients’ information exposures.
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Stem cell therapy holds promise
KUALA LUMPUR: While stem cell therapy holds a lot of promise for curing blood cancer and other disorders, the number of registered donors is still very low, said the...
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Dzulkefly: Health Ministry investigating report on patients’ medical records leak
KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 20 ― The Ministry of Health (MOH) views seriously and is investigating a report that 19,992 radiology examinations in Malaysia face the risk of patients’ information exposures.
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Scant number of child neurologists in Malaysia
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia has a grossly inadequate number of child neurologists to serve the whole population, said Health Minister Datuk Seri Dr Dzulkefly Ahmad (pix) today.
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Ministry probes medical data breach claims
PETALING JAYA: The Health Ministry has initiated investigations into claims that the medical records of close to 20,000 Malaysians are among millions of those freely accessible on computer servers wor...
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Not enough child neurologists in country, says health minister
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia does not have enough child neurologists to serve the 9.4 million children aged below 18 nationwide, Health Minister Dzulkefly Ahmad said today.
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Health Ministry investigating leak of patient records
KUALA LUMPUR: The Health Ministry is investigating reports of a data leak involving the patient records of nearly 20,000 Malaysians.
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Health Ministry says working with MCMC, Nacsa to contain patient data breach
KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 19 — The Health Ministry is co-operating with the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) and the National Cyber Security Agency (Nacsa) in taking immediate step...
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Stem cell therapy is promising, but we need more donors from more races
KUALA LUMPUR: Stem call therapy holds out great promise for treating blood cancer and other disorders, but the number of registered donors in Malaysia is very low...
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Woman gatecrashes Dzul, Guan Eng’s press conference over telco tower
GEORGE TOWN: A woman who claims that radiation from a telecommunications tower near her home caused a family member to die of cancer decided to gatecrash a press conference held by Finance Minister Li...
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Use eye drops to soothe eye irritation from haze: Consultant paediatrician
KUALA LUMPUR: Apart from using face mask, the public is also advised to use eye drops to fend off the adverse effects of the haze that is currently enveloping parts of the country.
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More cases of allergic conjunctivitis and dry eyes recorded in Malaysia due to haze
PUTRAJAYA - The haze has caused cases of allergic conjunctivitis and dry eyes to increase.
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More cases of allergic conjunctivitis and dry eyes recorded
PUTRAJAYA: The haze has caused cases of allergic conjunctivitis and dry eyes to increase.
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Speak up for patient safety: Health Minister
PUTRAJAYA: All healthcare system stakeholders including patients, policymakers and professional bodies must speak up for patient safety and voice out concerns on unsafe practices and environment as we...
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Haze: Govt hospitals record up to 30 per cent increase in outpatients
PUTRAJAYA (Bernama): The number of outpatients at government hospitals has increased between 20 and 30% since the country is engulfed by haze, said Health...
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Federal govt should look into property expo for foreigners: Johor exco
JOHOR BARU (Sept 17): Johor Housing, Communication and Multimedia Committee chairman Dzulkefly Ahmad said the Federal Government should look into the benefits or disadvantages of a property expo for f...
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Health Ministry records spike in eye infections due to haze
The number of patients seeking eye treatment at Hospital Shah Alam has risen from 40 to 80 cases a day, according to Dr Nor Fariza.
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Dr Dzulkefly: No room for right-wing extremism in New Malaysia
PUTRAJAYA: Right-wing extremism will not be accepted in New Malaysia, says Health Minister Datuk Seri Dr Dzulkefly Ahmad.
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Eye clinics getting more patients due to haze
PUTRAJAYA: Government eye clinics in the country saw an increase of up to 30% in outpatient visits due to haze-related illnesses.
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Up to 30pc in eye infection cases since haze began, says Health Ministry
PUTRAJAYA, Sept 17 ― The Health Ministry today disclosed that the number of patients seeking treatment for eye infections nationwide have risen between 20 and 30 per cent in the last one month.
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Johor exco: Property expo may send wrong signals to foreign buyers
JOHOR BARU: The benefits or disadvantages of a property expo for foreigners mooted by the Housing and Local Government Ministry should be looked into by the...
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Johor govt suggests MM2H enhanced to address surplus of luxury houses
ISKANDAR PUTRI: The Johor government is in favour of efforts made to promote the Malaysia My Second Home (MM2H) programme to address the problem of unsold luxury houses in the country.
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Johor wants MM2H enhanced to address surplus of luxury houses in state
ISKANDAR PUTERI, Sept 16 — The Johor government is in favour of efforts made to promote the Malaysia My Second Home (MM2H) programme to address the problem of unsold luxury houses in the country.
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Lozenges, eye drops in high demand as Malaysians cope with adverse effects of haze
GEORGE TOWN (THE STAR/ASIA NEWS NETWORK) - Eye drops, throat lozenges and antihistamines for stuffy nose are in high demand as Malaysians try to stave off the adverse effects of the haze.
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Dzulkefly: Drastic spike in dengue cases in the country this year
BUTTERWORTH: The number of dengue cases in the country has shot up drastically by 81.8% to 93,344 cases in the last nine months compared with last year, says Health...
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Haze deterrent medicines and eye drops are high in demand, says pharmacist
GEORGE TOWN: Eye drops, throat lozenges and antihistamines for stuffy nose are in high demand as people try to stave off the adverse effects of the haze.
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The young ones are now preferring property over car? Cool fact.
Are the younger generation more receptive to buying a property versus the older generation?
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Government to focus on salary and job opportunity aspects: Lim
BUTTERWORTH: In line with the aspiration of the Mutual Wealth Vision 2021-2030, the government will focus on bridging the income gap by looking at several aspects including creating more job opportuni...
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