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Vaccination is one of the most effective public health interventions to save lives, yet 95% of undocumented children in Sabah have not been immunised.
Although African Swine Fever is limited to infecting pigs only, this zoonotic disease has an important indirect effect on human healthcare.
A newly-researched drug doesn't only treat malaria in an infected patient but also prevent its spread from such patients.
With the common treatment for Helicobacter pylori infections becoming less effective, a new drug has arrived in time to fill the treatment gap.
Is mandatory vaccination the answer to curbing the current outbreaks of vaccine-preventable diseases, or does it infringe too much on our personal rights?
While lung cancer shares the stage with colon cancer as the common form of cancer in men, lung cancer has a higher mortality rate because it is often detected too late.
Presently in Malaysia, sexual harassment is not a crime; it is more of a workplace problem. And that needs to change.
To make an impact on patient safety, we need to begin addressing it as a public health issue. Medical errors can can be reduced considerably, but it requires effort from policymakers, healthcare providers, patients and their families.