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What seems to start as a regular viral infection can develop into potentially fatal pneumoccocal disease in children who are not vaccinated against it.
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.
It can be hard to change one’s eating habits, especially if you are going against the grain of the typical, rather unhealthy Malaysian diet.
Vaccination is one of the most effective public health interventions to save lives, yet 95% of undocumented children in Sabah have not been immunised.
Although African Swine Fever is limited to infecting pigs only, this zoonotic disease has an important indirect effect on human healthcare.
Too many people at risk of contracting HIV are not coming forward to get tested for the virus.
There has been no change in the Malaysian road traffic fatality rates since 2007, so it’s time to make sure our drivers are certified fit to drive.
The first drug in over 20 years to treat haemophilia A patients who have developed antibodies to their treatment is now available in Malaysia.
The utilisation and analysis of healthcare data, especially from wearable devices and smartphones, has the potential to revolutionise the healthcare industry.
The recurrence and spread of breast cancer to other organs is something most survivors live in fear of, as it can occur without warning.