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AT 49, Dr Ab Rahman Awang looks good for his age with a trim waistline, slim silhouette and sprightly gait. The man jogs regularly, fasts twice a week, makes a 20-minute walk to his office daily and has no history of diseases.
THE long awaited Private Healthcare Facilities and Services Act will come into force on May 1.
KOLEJ Disted-Stamford students and staff joined people from educational institutions and healthcare organisations in the I>Relay for Life - Fighting Cancer Together 2006/Ievent held at the Penang Municipal Park recently.
The Health Ministry will introduce a Hospital Information System (HIS) for the transfer of health data and test results between private and public hospitals.
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LUSAKA (Reuters) - A critical shortage of doctors and nurses is causing unnecessary disease and death across much of the developing world as health-care workers seek jobs in rich nations, the World Health Organisation said on Friday.
BANGKOK (Reuters) - Foes of Thai Prime Thaksin Shinawatra, exulting in his stunning promise to quit, were trying on Wednesday to resolve key questions barring his way to the exit after weeks of street protests calling for his head.
LONDON (Reuters) - No one knows if the H5N1 bird flu virus will spark a human pandemic but the money and measures being put in place in case it does will benefit public health, a WHO official said on Tuesday.
BANGKOK (Reuters) - Early results showed a strong protest vote that could keep Thai premier Thaksin Shinawatra from claiming a decisive mandate and lead to constitutional crisis, after a snap poll on Sunday following weeks of unrest.