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Malaysia needs good community support and better medical facilities and health policies for its seniors as we rapidly become an ageing population.
Communicating with a pet can be difficult, especially when it is anxious. We talk to Malaysian dog lovers who cross that divide. Give the pet time and care, and they can pull through. It’s a matter of patience, gentleness and love.
A locally-adapted protocol in Malaysia allows donors with incompatible blood types to still give their kidney to their loved one.
Posted to Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Sabah as Head of Department and Sabah State Physician in 1990, Datuk Jayaram revamped the department, placing great emphasis on teaching and training. Because of his charisma and teaching skills, Jayaram’s unit surpassed in popularity even the most established gastroenterology units in the Peninsula.
Retiree Audrey Lim Yoke-lin wants to help her alma mater to raise funds, by putting her artworks up for an online auction. Proceeds will go towards providing scholarships for deserving students.
The State needs to provide financial protection for those who develop catastrophic illnesses, as it leaves many of them in dire financial straits.
In a matter of months, this young mother-of-two was on the brink of death because her heart was barely keeping her alive.
A group of seniors is building a community that supports each other as they pursue a more fulfilling, healthier and happier lifestyle.
Rare disease patients desperately need Government funding, but the size of the problem must first be defined before any justifiable request for money can be made.