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Official: Adopt preventive healthcare

Some 114 people died of stroke at government hospitals in Sarawak last year because of such reasons as high blood pressure, heart diseases, smoking and diabetes.

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Tears flow as stranded woman returns

Looking somewhat bewildered by the warm welcome given to her at KL International Airport, Tan Soo Fieck allowed the tears to flow freely as her dream of returning home after years of living in limbo came true.

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Ong: China excellent for business

MALAYSIANS have been advised to start business ventures in China which, according to Housing and Local Government Minister Datuk Seri Ong Ka Ting, provides a big market as well as business opportunities.

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More kids suffering adult-type diabetes

A LANDMARK study has found an alarming increase in the number of Singapore children with a type of diabetes that traditionally afflicts adults above the age of 40.

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Woman gets travel papers to come home

The 49-year-old Malaysian woman stranded in Japan since 1995 after her travel documents expired will get to return to stay with her only daughter here after all. The Government yesterday issued Tan Soo Fieck a temporary Certificate of Identity (CI) to facilitate her travel.

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230 to receive free artificial legs on Tuesday

Seventy-year-old Thiang Din Puang, who lost both his legs to diabetes four years ago, was almost in tears when his son told him on Wednesday he would be getting free artificial legs.

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Government to help stranded woman return

The Government has agreed to help bring back the sick Malaysian woman stranded in Japan but first wants a commitment from her relatives to take care of her when she returns.

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Woman seeks daughter’s help to return home

When 49-year-old Tan Soo Fieck left Malaysia to work in Tokyo eight years ago, all she wanted was to earn enough for her daughter to go through college in Kuala Lumpur. But, according to Tan, her daughter Poh Ying stopped communicating with her after four years and has not responded to her pleas to help her return home, leaving her in dire straits.

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'Drug reduces cholesterol'

A clinical trial using a cholesterol-lowering medication has proven to help prevent heart attacks and strokes in patients suffering from high blood pressure and normal or mildly elevated cholesterol levels.

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WHO praises our efforts in promoting healthy lifestyle

The World Health Organisation (WHO) has commended Malaysia#8217;s efforts in promoting a healthy lifestyle among its people.