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Health Ministry to review controversial dengue vaccine

KUALA LUMPUR: The Health Ministry will review the world’s first dengue vaccination amid controversy that it had worsened the disease in some patients and had resulted in the deaths of children in the Philippines.

Tally of missing from Guatemala 'Fire' volcano explosion hits 332

GUATEMALA CITY (Reuters) - One month after Guatemala's Fuego volcano violently erupted, killing more than 100 people, the country's disaster agency has raised the number of missing by more than two thirds to 332 people.

Dr Dzul: Job of main Sarawak hospital builder to end due to poor work

KUALA LUMPUR: The Cabinet has agreed in principle to terminate the job of the main contractor involved in building Hospital Petra Jaya in Sarawak, said Health Minister Dr Dzulkefly Ahmad.

Under pressure, afraid to take bathroom breaks? Inside Amazon’s fast-paced warehouse world

Working at an Amazon warehouse in the UK, James Bloodworth came across a bottle of straw-coloured liquid on a shelf. It looked like pee.

Hospital celebrates 100th success of its fertility centre

SUNWAY Medical Centre celebrated its 100th baby and counting in a ceremony for the parents and babies.

Banking group continues effort to develop young talents

THE CIMB Cycle will take place at the Sepang International Circuit this Saturday. Mohd Adam Wee Abdullah (pic), the group chief marketing officer of CIMB Group shares with StarSport the history of the event.

Azizulhasni trains for Asiad at National Velodrome in Nilai

PETALING JAYA: Malaysian track cyclist Azizulhasni Awang has returned home to train in his quest to win a second Asian Games gold medal in Indonesia next month.

‘Child brides are still developing’

PETALING JAYA: Child brides cannot fully understand what romantic love, commitment and marriage mean, say experts.

Misif: Tariff hike may impede recovery of industry

PETALING JAYA: The increase in electricity tariff, which can result in an additional cost of more than RM100mil per annum to the iron and steel industry, may impede the recovery of the sector.

Close to home trauma for nurse

KUALA LUMPUR: It was a traumatic day for a nurse on duty at Hospital Kuala Lumpur when she had to go to its mortuary to see the body of her baby who had been found dead in a refrigerator, according to a relative.