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Thankfully in Malaysia, politics has mostly kept its confusing paddle out of evidence-based medicine in the Covid-19 battle.
Many doctors and nurses are suffering from stress, anxiety and depression brought on by the Covid-19 pandemic.
Our columnist looks into his crystal ball and offers some thoughts as to how the state of healthcare in Malaysia will turn out this coming year.
Vaccination is one of the most effective public health interventions to save lives, yet 95% of undocumented children in Sabah have not been immunised.
As part of a fellowship, a consultant surgeon from Scotland ventures into the interior of Sarawak to observe our healthcare delivery system.
It is important that reports like those of the investigation results of the Hospital Sultanah Aminah fire be made public so that lessons can be learnt.
The safety of our healthcare workers – the last line of defence in the war against diseases – is crucial for a functional healthcare system.
With some destinations reopening for tourism, travel operators are adapting to the idea of 'sanitised travel' to keep travellers and tourism workers safe throughout a journey amid Covid-19.
Too many people at risk of contracting HIV are not coming forward to get tested for the virus.
The conditional movement control order aims to restart the economy while taking public health precautions.