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500 new ambulances for government hospitals

A fleet of 500 new ambulances is expected to be delivered to all government hospitals in the country by the end of the year in a move to reinforce the emergency response service team.


Doc: Herbal medicine laced with viagra

People who turn to herbal medicine to solve their erectile dysfunction (ED) problem are not aware that some of the medicine had been laced with I>sildenafil citrate/Ifor effectiveness.


Expert: Defending human rights essential in Islam

The concept of human rights is not only compatible with Islam but the religion also makes it a duty for all Muslims worldwide to defend it as kindness and full equality are two basic elements in noshade size=1 width=60% align =center>


Joint alert on SARS to continue

Malaysia and Singapore have agreed to retain the framework for collaboration and joint surveillance which the two countries have built up during the recent outbreak of Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome.


Guide on organ transplants in final stage

GUIDELINES for organ transplants are in the final stage and are expected to be completed in a month, reported I>Berita Harian/I>.


Demand for religious schools


Bold effort to get mums to breastfeed

A GRAPHIC poster featuring a pair of babies suckling on their mother#8217;s breasts will be used to commemorate World Breastfeeding Week next month.


Nurses fume over cigar promotion

B>BANGKOK:/BThailand's nurses were fuming yesterday over the local outlet of an international cigar company naming itself The Nurse and outfitting its staff in nurse uniforms.


Easier HIV screening through anonymous testing programme

Voluntary screening for HIV infection has been made easier by the Health Ministry with the launch of a campaign on anonymous testing, which allows the public to be tested without fear or shame.