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Baby car seats save lives

I advocate that babies and young children must sit in baby car seats or booster seats while travelling in vehicles. It is not widely practised here but is mandatory in advanced countries. Rules and regulations aside, our children’s safety is most important and we should.

In Your Face

A guidebook to fighting back

S. Jeyaraj was paralysed from the waist down and he now shows wheelchair users how to live independent lives.

Whats Your Status

Home is where the heart is

On Jan 29 2017, Puan Rahayu Awang, 45, received the keys to her new home in Kampung Bukit Kenak in Besut, Terengganu, from Datuk Seri Idris Jusoh, the Minister of Higher Education, who is also Besut MP. She was the recipient of the 100th Rumah Komuniti or Community Home.

In Your Face

Can we think before we click and rant?

When we react to events – especially online – let’s try to react with understanding instead of hate.

Ask Dr G

Vasectomy and prostate cancer

A recent study reveals there is no link between vasectomy and cancer.

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Of Madonna and virgins

Dr G draws parallels between pop star Madonna's concerts and virginal teenager's concerns.

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Revival of a severed manhood

From one euphemism of a severed manhood, we move on this week to talk about the real amputation of a penis. The recent story of a successful transplanted penis had gripped the attention of the media and the medical world.

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Shocking the penis back to life

The “learn-fear” principle is a reflection of the complexity of the brain, would the rule be applicable when the shock is on the different “brain” such as the penis?

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The first penile transplant

“Civilization began the first time an angry person cast a word instead of a rock.”

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Penile prosthesis

The use of penile prosthesis is actually one of the oldest form of treatments for erectile dysfunction.