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Foot care part of grooming

Foot care is usually low in grooming or make-up priorities. Few realise that foot care goes a long way in achieving a healthy and beautiful body.


'Give clear guidelines on virus'

The National Committee on SARS, meeting for the first time today, must address the key issue of providing correct information on its treatment and prevention to private doctors and hospitals, a panel member said.


Private hospitals confident of tackling disease

Family healthcare providers are now more confident to handle Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) suspected cases following the Government#8217;s issuance of the third version of guidelines on the disease, said Association of Private Hospitals of Malaysia president Datuk Dr Ridzwan Bakar.


Quarantined family denies moving about freely

The quarantined family of a man who died of SARS is upset over reports that they have defied the isolation order, saying they had only gone out to buy food.

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Fear grows as SARS cases rise

Concern over the quickening global spread of a killer atypical pneumonia grew Wednesday as more cases were reported in North America and the worldwide number of infections approached 3,000.

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Under watchful eye of camera

SARS briefs.


Sarawak to woo expats in Kalimantan

Sarawak aims to woo some 23,000 expatriates in Balikpapan, Kalimantan, as part of its efforts to tap the huge tourism market in the East Asean Growth Area.

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Singapore GH traces man in 60s as SARS 'super spreader'

B>SINGAPORE:/BThe republic's largest hospital struggled to contain the SARS virus yesterday after tracing the origin of a mysterious batch of infections #8211; a man in his 60s whose multiple ailments masked the illness while he unwittingly passed it on to 19 people.


Ministry summons two ship officers

The Health Ministry has summoned two senior officers from Star Cruises to query them on the two crew members who contracted the Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS).


Ministry: We'll continue to keep public informed

The Health Ministry will continue providing accurate, reliable and timely updates on the Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) to the public and healthcare providers, said its deputy director-general Datuk Dr Ismail Merican.