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Welcome back ex-addicts, urges Rafidah

B>M/B>ALAY parents should not shun their children who have completed treatment at drug rehabilitation centres, said Wanita Umno leader Datuk Seri Rafidah Aziz.

700 take dengue fight to the ground

No flower pot is being left unturned in the search for dengue-carrying mosquitoes.

Cases continue to increase despite efforts by Selangor

From fogging to making surprise checks and charging offenders, the Selangor government has done all it can to fight the dengue scourge - but the number of cases continue to rise.

Changing tactics to check spread

The Health Ministry is using new strategies to combat Aedes mosquitoes that have developed resistance to 'traditional' measures.

Dengue claims fifth victim

Dengue fever has claimed a fifth victim here, making the current outbreak the state's worst in 13 years.

Caring son another victim of dengue fever

Engineer Lim Lai Huat was the apple of his mother's eye. Fate dealt a fatal blow when the 36-year-old bachelor became the sixth person in Malacca to die from the dreaded dengue fever.

Government office complex an aedes breeding ground

From PARENT of Johor Baru

Fog when mosquitoes are inactive

From ANNA SEOW of Kuala Lumpur

Bringing in bats will only compound problem

From Dr Chow-Yang Lee, Associate Professor (Urban Entomology) Universiti Sains Malaysia

Two types of chemicals used in fogging

The Shah Alam City Council is taking extra precautions when fighting aedes mosquitoes. MBSA is using more than one chemical when it conducts fogging exercices.

Life Inspired has a chic new look

2020 is all about change, and Life Inspired did just that with a fresh makeover!

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