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Most ‘unsuitable’ workers have contagious diseases

A TOTAL of 14,046 foreigners were unable to work in Malaysia last year because they have an infectious disease.


Hospital: Surgery on Anwar's shoulder successful

PETALING JAYA: Former Opposition leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim has successfully undergone laparoscopic (keyhole) surgery to his right shoulder.


Anwar admitted to HKL for surgery

PETALING JAYA: Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim was admitted to Hospital Kuala Lumpur (HKL) on Wednesday, in preparation for a surgical procedure on his right shoulder which has a chronic injury.


Seeking the right remedy

In our cover story last week, we focused on courses to give new doctors a headstart. In this issue, we feature experts who give their take on medical students and housemen who are unable to cope with the pressures that come with the training.


Over three thousand stretch to celebrate yoga

MYPPP sports bureau chief Harridzs Mohan said he was 26 and we fell for it, until his friend revealed he was actually a 47-year-old father of two.

On Your Side

Depression, the silent killer

Mental illness is on the rise, but with help and support, most patients can overcome it.


No ‘off’ button

Malaysians love going on holidays but there is no break when it comes to their smartphones and other digital devices.


The harsh, cold turkey of going offline

PETALING JAYA: Malaysians love staying connected online so much that they won’t give the Internet a break even when on holiday.


Understaffed and under pressure

From LIM SU LIN, Research Analyst, Penang Institute in KL


Not enough donors, surgeons or teams for organ transplants

PETALING JAYA: Malaysia is in critical need of more organ transplant surgeons but even if there were, there is a lack of medical teams to retrieve the organs from deceased donors.