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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.


Money for life

Malaysians are expected to live longer but that also means we will need more money to support ourselves through our golden years. Some experts say having investments is no longer an option but a must.


Better old folks homes under new Act

PETALING JAYA: Old folks home operators who provide inadequate living quarters for senior citizens will bear the full brunt of a new law which will introduce fines or jail terms to offenders.


Ministry: Better for patients to wait for ambulance

KUALA LUMPUR: It is better for injured people to wait for an ambulance because this ensures that they have the best treatment on the way to hospital, said the Health Ministry.


Battling the Big C

Our increasingly unhealthy lifestyles are helping cancer gain a firmer foothold in Malaysia. But the Health Ministry has a plan to deploy better weapons against this scourge.


Missing MAS flight: Psychiatrists available to help families

PETALING JAYA: A team of five psychiatrists are now stationed at the KL International Airport and nearby hotels to offer help to the family members of the passengers of the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370.


It’s a long wait for the transplant doctor

EXCLUSIVE:There are 18,000 Malaysians waiting for organ transplants and there are enough donors. Yet, many have been waiting for years because only 60 transplants take place a year in government hospitals. There are only about a dozen surgeons in the country qualified to perform this procedure.


Advances in care will reduce amputations

PETALING JAYA: Advances in wound care have reduced the chances of patients suffering from diabetic wounds having to go through their worst nightmare – amputation of a limb.


Health Ministry: Anwar well enough to be treated in prison

KUALA LUMPUR: Doctors overseeing the health of Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim say he is well enough to continue serving his sentence in Sungai Buloh prison.


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.