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New rule good for healthcare services

The Health Ministry requirement for all private healthcare providers to report deaths resulting from anaesthetic, medical and surgical procedures will turn Malaysia into a premier medical tourism hub in the region.

Nation

Five million people have hypertension, says Liow

As high as 43% of Malay­sians aged 30 years and above are prone to getting hypertension, said Health Minister Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai.

Nation

Private hospitals have to report all deaths

It is now compulsory for private hospitals to report all deaths during anaesthetic, surgical and other medical procedures to the Health Ministry's director-general within 72 hours of the incident, said Minister Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai.

Community

Firm to build apartment suites in Kuantan

Gold Coast Kuantan Resort Sdn Bhd, a subsidiary of STG Group, will invest RM10mil on its first property development in the East Coast Economic Region.

Education

Industries that can take the crunch

With the looming possibilty of mass retrenchment due to the credit crunch, much ink has been spilled over careers that are immune to the economic climate. But is any job truly 'recession-proof'?

World

Third Obama cabinet nominee withdraws name

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Republican Senator Judd Gregg withdrew his nomination as Commerce secretary on Thursday in an embarrassing setback to President Barack Obama's efforts to bridge party differences in his fight against recession.

World

Quake near Indonesia's Sulawesi injures about 50

JAKARTA (Reuters) - A powerful earthquake that struck near the sparsely populated Talaud Islands north of Indonesia's Sulawesi island has injured at least 49 people, officials said on Thursday.

World

Obama to push stimulus in rally, news conference

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Chafing over congressional delays, an energized President Barack Obama on Monday rallies supporters in Indiana and addresses his first presidential news conference in a new drive for passage of an $800 billion economic recovery plan.

World

U.S. working moms look to Michelle Obama for change

CINCINNATI (Reuters) - Maternity leave. Affordable child-care. Flexible work arrangements. When U.S. first lady Michelle Obama said she wanted to help working women balance career and family, American moms applauded -- and immediately came up with a wish-list of policy changes.

World

U.S. working moms look to Michelle Obama for change

CINCINNATI (Reuters) - Maternity leave. Affordable child-care. Flexible work arrangements. When U.S. first lady Michelle Obama said she wanted to help working women balance career and family, American moms applauded -- and immediately came up with a wish-list of policy changes.