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Community

A learning curve at dental workshop

PARENTS with children of special needs have gained better knowledge on the dental health regime for their children after attending an oral care workshop recently.

Community

Drink more water to prevent dehydration, public urged

JOHOR BARU: The public has been reminded to drink sufficient amount of water and eat fruits which contains lots of vitamin C to avoid falling sick.

Nation

331 checks for illegal medical supplies

NUSAJAYA: The Johor health department has conducted checks at a total of 331 clinics, pharmacies and traditional healthcare outlets in the state until May this year to ensure that medical supplies are not illegal or pass their date of expiry.

Community

Male nurses in demand

JOHOR BARU: There is a place for male nurses in the service line.

Nation

Health officer fined for bribery

JOHOR BARU: A Johor Health Department officer was fined RM5,000 by a Sessions Court here after he pleaded guilty to two counts of bribery.

Nation

Treat patients like hotel guests, hospitals told

JOHOR BARU: All hospitals, including private ones, should ensure the safety of their patients as part of providing quality service.

Nation

Johor dengue cases go up by 60% this year

JOHOR BARU: Dengue cases in Johor have increased by more than 60% between January and September this year with a total of 10 deaths recorded so far.

Nation

57 more cases of A(H1N1) reported

PETALING JAYA: Another 57 confirmed cases of the influenza A(H1N1) have been reported, bringing the total to 13,889 cases nationwide.

Community

Hospital staff take 10,000 steps

JOHOR BARU: Fifty-two-year-old medical assistant Maisalamah Abd Rahman's age did not deter her from taking part in the 10,000 steps walk organised by the Johor Health department recently.

Community

Hospital welcomes feedback from its retired staff

MUAR: Retired staff are welcome to give suggestions and criticisms to help Sultanah Fatimah Specialist Hospital here improve its services to the public.