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Here are some popular beliefs about breast cancer that have been perpetuated among women, but are not backed up by any evidence.
Here are some common myths about lung cancer that need to be debunked so that those suffering from this cancer can be diagnosed and treated as soon as possible.
There are numerous misconceptions that stop Malaysian women from seeking treatment for breast cancer even if they find themselves having the symptoms. And as for urinary incontinence, the notion that this is a normal part of ageing is untrue.
GEORGE TOWN: Growing up with cancer was challenging for Mohd Asif Shaik Safarudin but it made him resilient.
Although many scientific data supports the benefit of masturbation such as relaxation of heart rate and blood pressure, such self-indulgence is not exactly risk free.
WHEN Joyce Wong was diagnosed with cancer at the age of 60, she was gripped with fear.
PETALING JAYA: SEVENTY-year-old Zaiton Omar took the MRT early from her home in Gombak, Kuala Lumpur to attend The WOW! Fiesta here because she wanted to grab a seat for the morning talks.
There are many myths about sexually transmitted diseases that people continue to believe in and new ones they may not know of.
A NEW booklet on nutrition has been released by Nestlé Health Science in collaboration with Prince Court Medical Centre (PCMC).
A small group of Malaysian doctors are taking on health misconceptions on social media via the hashtag #MedTweetMy.