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Community in Jelebu benefits from company's health awareness day

ALLIANZ General recently held a Community Health Awareness Day aimed at providing easy accessibility to health screenings to the local community.

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HIV scare after Australian health worker diagnosed with virus

SYDNEY, July 15, 2014 (AFP) - Australian authorities were Tuesday urging 399 people in eastern Victoria state to have an HIV test after a health care worker was diagnosed with the virus that causes AIDS.


Free health screeningfor Segamat residents

NUSAJAYA: Segamat residents are encouraged to go for free screening conducted by the state health department during the JCare Carnival 2014.


Health Ministry expects victims to seek treatment once waters subside

PETALING JAYA: The Health Ministry is expecting hospitals to be crowded with flood victims once the waters begin to recede.


Star Health Fun Run now open to 7,000 runners

GEORGE TOWN: Put on your running shoes because it is time to “run” for good health again.


Health Ministry says no schools in Selangor closed due to HFMD, debunking viral message

PETALING JAYA: There are no instances of schools closing in Selangor due to outbreaks of hand, foot and mouth disease (HFMD), says the Health Ministry.


Star Health Expo kicks into gear

PETALING JAYA: The Star Health Expo 2018, which starts today and ends on Sunday, will feature various health-related programmes and services.


WHO wants to tap Malaysia’s medical expertise, says Health D-G

PETALING JAYA: Impressed with Ma­­lay­­sia’s medical research work and making medicine more accessible and affor­­dable, the World Health Organisation has expressed interest in harnessing its expertise, the Health Ministry said.


Bid to create health awareness

THE pharmacy students from Cyberjaya University College of Medical Sciences (CUCMS) do their part in creating health awareness for the public.


Depression will be world No.1’s disability by 2020, warns mental health group

KLANG: Depression is now the No. 2 disability in the world. “It is expected to rank No.1 by 2020,” said Malaysian Mental Health Association deputy president and consultant psychiatrist Datuk Dr Andrew Mohanraj Chandrasekaran.