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THE demand for qualified healthcare experts is even greater these days as burgeoning population, pollution and the threat of new diseases become a stark reality.
Seremban Hospital gained international recognition when it was named the winner of the 'Governance or Social Responsibility' category of the 2004 Asian Hospital Management Awards held in Bangkok, Thailand yesterday.
THE Health Ministry will begin cancer treatment services in Penang and Sabah under the Ninth Malaysia Plan.
The number of deaths yearly due to smoking will triple over the next three decades to 30,000 by 2030.
SAVE the world! That is what young Malaysian engineers are literally trying to do in an international contest that seeks to create new ideas for technological progress in developing countries.
Under-18 smokers will be fined up to RM1,000 under new anti-smoking measures imposed by the Government.
India wants to set up a university so that Indians who have settled in other countries can return and study there. Minister for Overseas Indian Affairs Jagdish Tytler said there were more than 20 million Indians living in 110 countries.
A few private hospitals, which are promoting health tourism, are still not providing statistics on their foreign patients.
The Sudanese government has pledged to rebuild homes and pay compensation for lives lost during the recent conflict in Darfur.
THE Government will not #8220;criminalise#8221; the screening of HIV/AIDS by rounding up deep-sea fishermen in Kedah, Perlis and Kelantan and conduct tests on them.