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Metro News

Easier now for patients to make appointments

MAKING an appointment with a doctor at Pantai Hospital Penang is now a breeze, thanks to its innovative new PantaiPg app.

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Sending sick patients’ hearts soaring

MALAYSIA Airports brought joy to the children at the paediatric ward of Banting Hospital by organising storytelling sessions and giving out gifts in conjunction with the National Day celebration.

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Sheltering children from toxic stress

CHILDREN from dysfunctional families are often victims of toxic stress that eventually affects their social life in adulthood.

Metro News

Bus crash survivor puts nightmare behind her

PERCHED on a boulder overlooking the ravine, she watched the letter in her hand go up in smoke, taking with it all of her negative emotions from the crash she survived more than 13 years ago.

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Mind your blood sugar and cholesterol levels

HIGH blood sugar and cholesterol levels continue to beset the poor, with some not even knowing their lives are in danger.

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Toddler successfully undergoes cochlear implant

MIRI: Two-year-old Noor Batrisyia has successfully underwent a cochlear implant at Miri General Hospital.

Community

Tumour boy to return home from Taiwan

SIBU: Tumour-boy Solomon Franky, who is undergoing treatment at a hospital in Taiwan, is expected to return soon.

Community

Politician touched by the support he received after acid attack

SIBU: Dudong SUPP deputy chairman Wong Chin Yong is putting aside his political and accountancy work for the time being so that he can fully recuperate from the injury he sustained after being splashed with sulphuric acid on June 8.

Community

Insurance company staff volunteer at soup kitchen

FIFTY-nine Allianz Malaysia employees rolled up their sleeves to volunteer at the Pertubuhan Tindakan Wanita Islam (Pertiwi) Soup Kitchen recently.

Community

No shortage of medicines

PASIR GUDANG: There is no shortage in the supply of medicines at all public hospitals in Johor and patients will continue to receive their supplies as usual.