Search


You have searched for "Infectious diseases"

Showing 3271-3280 of 3431

Sort by: Newest | Oldest | Relevance


Lifestyle 09 Mar 2005 | 12:00 AM

Healthy holidays

Gearing up for a holiday? Make sure you're protected.

AseanPlus News 06 Mar 2005 | 12:00 AM

Left out migrant workers pose a serious medical risk to Thais

A Thai government programme providing low-cost healthcare leaves open serious disease risks because it does not cover more than a million migrant workers, experts warned.

Nation 04 Mar 2005 | 12:00 AM

Special jail for very ill inmates

The Penang Prison, one of the oldest in the country, will be converted into a medical prison for chronically ill inmates under the Ninth Malaysia Plan.

Lifestyle 21 Feb 2005 | 12:00 AM

Dr K. Gunasegaran, virus expert

Dr K. Gunasegaran, a viral immunologist in Australia, tells LOH FOON FONG about his passion for basic science research.

AseanPlus News 08 Feb 2005 | 12:00 AM

Free pre-marital health checks soon

BEIJING health departments are planning to introduce free pre-marital health checks to reduce the growing number of birth defects here.

AseanPlus News 01 Feb 2005 | 12:00 AM

Zoo visitors to see vets treating animals

A NEW 'attraction' will be added to the Singapore Zoo early next year when its new animal hospital is ready - visitors will have the chance to watch how sick animals are treated.

Business 30 Jan 2005 | 12:00 AM

World economy on track but risks persist

Now the good news for businesses: the global economy is expected to perform in 2005 as well as it did last year.

Letters 27 Jan 2005 | 12:00 AM

Blame outbreak on people’s attitude

From DR GEORGE FERNANDEZ of Johor Baru

Health 25 Jan 2005 | 12:00 AM

Bill Gates' foundation gives US$750 million for immunization programmes in developing countries

The Bill Melinda Gates Foundation announced Monday it is donating US$750 million (euro574 million) to support immunization programmes in developing countries.

AseanPlus News 21 Jan 2005 | 12:00 AM

40% more down with infectious diseases

There may have been no sudden shocks like SARS last year, but almost 40% more people here came down with one of the three most common infectious diseases than in 2003.