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Healthcare work is stressful, say nurses

Working in the healthcare sector is extremely stressful, according to senior nurses and other healthcare support staff.


Focus on duty, nurses told

Nurses should focus on improving their performance and the image of their profession rather than being too concerned over bonuses and allowances, said Datuk Seri Dr Siti Hasmah Mohd Ali.


WHO meet to scrutinise SARS

The mysterious coronavirus that claimed over 750 lives will come under microscopic scrutiny when health experts meet on Tuesday at the World Health Organisation#8217;s (WHO) first Global Conference on Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS).

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Ad market set for rapid growth

CHINA'S advertising market #8211; worth US$10bil (RM38bil) last year #8211; is set for double-digit growth annually in coming years and should overtake Japan to become the world's second largest by 2010, Nielsen Media Research said on Wednesday.


Help for the needy from Microsoft

In bridging the gap between poor and rich, Microsoft aims to transcend digital boundaries with its Education Excellence Programme.


Higher allowance for public health personnel

The Health Ministry is working with the Public Services Department to bring the public health allowance at par with specialist allowance enjoyed by doctors.


Pictorial warnings on cigarette boxes soon

Cigarette manufacturers may soon be compelled to include pictorial warnings on their cigarette boxes to warn smokers of the dangers of smoking.


Higher SARS perk for health personnel

Responding to feedback, the Health Ministry will revise upward the allowance given to healthcare personnel dealing with Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) cases, its minister Datuk Chua Jui Meng said Saturday.


Cops to meet residents regularly

All district police chiefs in Johor have been urged to hold regular meetings with local residents#8217; associations to discuss ways to help curb crime in their areas.