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Number of HFMD cases on the rise in Negri, says state health director

SEREMBAN: Health authorities here want parents whose children are afflicted with the hand, foot and mouth disease (HFMD) to keep them at home until they recover as the number of cases reported weekly have reached worrying levels.


Company receives highest award in paint category

Nippon Paint Malaysia Group has received the Platinum Award, the highest recognition under the paint category for the Reader’s Digest Trusted Brands Award Malaysia 2016, marking its 11th year in winning the award since 2006.

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Weekly cases of HFMD hit four-year high in S’pore

SINGAPORE: Weekly cases of hand, foot and mouth disease (HFMD) have hit a four-year high, according to figures from the Ministry of Health (MOH).


Dealer loses RM300,000 car to tricksters

A CAR dealer in Setapak, Kuala Lumpur, lost a BMW X6 worth RM300,000 to two men who claimed to be runners for a “Datuk”, reported China Press.

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Fresh coat of paint to protect kids

Nippon Paint Malaysia recently spruced up the walls of R.E.A.L Kids kindergarten in Bukit Jelutong with its latest anti-virus and anti-bacteria Nippon VirusGuard paint.


Raise your hands for hygiene

ANTABAX, an antibacterial personal care range, is working with the Health and Education Ministries on an interactive educational drive to raise awareness and encourage better general hygiene practices among children through the Antabax National Hygiene Campaign.


Subra: Govt to prevent HFMD outbreak

MUAR: The Government will take public health measures if the hand, foot and mouth disease (HFMD) is found to be continuously spreading sporadically.


Subang Jaya school closed over HFMD fears

PETALING JAYA: SJKC Lick Hung was ordered closed after about 16 students were suspected to be infected with the hand, foot and mouth disease.


Subra: Pupils’ deaths no cause for alarm

PUTRAJAYA: The death of two pupils from two common diseases – H1N1 and HFMD (hand, foot and mouth disease) – recently are isolated cases, says Datuk Seri Dr S. Subramaniam.