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Leptospirosis rears its ugly head

PETALING JAYA: The spotlight is once again on leptospirosis after it was revealed that the young tahfiz student from Johor, whose assault case made headlines, had died of the rat urine disease.

Nation’s first Zika patient gets to go home

PETALING JAYA: The country’s first Zika patient has been discharged from hospital, the Health Ministry said.

First Zika patient getting better

PETALING JAYA: The first Zika patient in the country is recuperating well at the Sungai Buloh Hospital.

Beware the Zika virus

KUALA LUMPUR: The US Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) issued a travel alert last week for people travelling to regions where the Zika virus transmission is ongoing.

Is flu seasonal?

So you think the flu is seasonal?

Antibiotic resistance in M’sia worrying

KUALA LUMPUR: One out of two patients in Malaysia treated with Ampicilin for E. coli in a clinic is not responding to the antibiotic.

Malaysian docs join global outcry

PETALING JAYA: The Malaysian medical fraternity has joined the rest of the world in decrying the massive increase in the price of Daraprim, a drug that treats parasitic infection, as outrageous.

Doctors handing out antibiotics on demand

PETALING JAYA: Patients demand, doctors oblige. That’s why we have become a nation of antibiotic pill poppers.

Doc: Take measures during flu season

PETALING JAYA: In view of the seasonal influenza this month and other ongoing infectious diseases, the public have been advised to make efforts to improve personal hygiene.

Doc: Malaysians need to be more civic conscious

PETALING JAYA: The more serious cases of leptospirosis tend to occur in waterfalls or river picnic areas, says Datuk Dr Christopher Lee, the Health Ministry national adviser on infectious diseases.