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GPs in palliative care: How Malaysia compares to the world

Palliative care in Malaysia could be much improved by training GPs to provide such care to patients in the community, as other countries are currently doing.

International School KL awarded highest green building accolades

International School Kuala Lumpur is the first private school to receive the GBI platinum rating in Malaysia. It also won gold in the Education category at the Malaysian Institute of Architects (Pertubuhan Akitek Malaysia) or Pam Awards 2019.

Sibu Agape Centre leaves no special needs child behind in Sarawak

For years, paediatrician Dr Toh Teck Hock and his colleagues have been advocating for children and youth with special needs through the Sibu Agape Centre, a community-based centre in Sarawak.

5 community-based groups that are shaping the Malaysian arts scene

Where Malaysian arts and culture is concerned, grassroots communities are leading the way. Here are five voices of the people for the people.

Malaysian blind footballers coach sets 2020 Paralympics target

Edwin Roch, dedicated football coach, goes the extra mile to guide visually impaired footballers up their game.

Study: Cancer overtakes heart disease as leading cause of death

In high-income countries, cancer is now the number one killer and it may soon overtake heart disease, the current No.1, as the top killer worldwide.

Sex education includes parents talking to their kids about STDs

Sex is a difficult topic to broach with your kids, but they need to be aware of the unhealthy consequences of having unprotected sex which includes STDs.

Delirium, environment, youth and sex in dementia

Speakers at an international conference on Alzheimer’s disease touched on a wide range of topics related to dementia, including sexual needs and young patients.