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Nation

Go into health products, traders urged

The lack of local healthcare and medical equipment manufacturers have resulted in the country importing more than 70% of drugs and instruments worth RM3.6bil.

Lifestyle

From junkie to jock

The true story of a high school drop-out addicted to alcohol, cocaine and other drugs who contemplated suicide and then somehow managed to pull himself out of the abyss and become an international Ironman competitor is truly inspiring, reports S.S.YOGA.

Health

Checks on private healthcare

In the concluding part of the report on I>Building an Innovative Healthcare System: Options for Malaysia/Iby LOH FOON FONG, who received the World Health Organisation Journalism Fellowship recently and was sent on exposure trips to Switzerland and Sweden, she writes on private healthcare.

Nation

Old age not keeping Cheng away from acting for charity

Spending her twilight years in an old folks home has not turned Cheng Kuan Chin into a pessimist.

Business

SiberHegner plans to set up IT regional hub in Malaysia

SIBERHEGNER (M) Sdn Bhd, member of DKSH group, intends to set up an information technology (IT) centre in Malaysia to centralise and integrate IT systems in its South East Asia operations, said DKSH Holdings Ltd president and CEO, Dr Joerg Wolle.

Nation

Call to tackle terrorism of all sizes and forms

SOUTH American countries, still counting the high social cost of fighting terrorists funded by drug traffickers for decades, have called on NAM to condemn terrorism of all 'sizes and forms.'

Letters

Different test results due to various factors

From IK YEO -- President, Malaysian Association of Private Medical Laboratories, Kuala Lumpur.

Lifestyle

Choosing your doc

IT IS not so simple choosing a gynaecologist as it needs some thought and even research. You may want to seek advice from friends or try your luck in the Yellow Pages.

Lifestyle

Seeing your gynae

Gynaecologists today aren#8217;t just physicians #8211; they are also counsellors, educators and health partners #8211; who work hand in hand with women to keep their reproductive health in check. PATSY KAM reports.

Business

News in brief

News in brief on Guinness, Sunrise, Karensoft, BAT and other firms.