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In the concluding part of the report on I>Building an Innovative Healthcare System: Options for Malaysia/Iby LOH FOON FONG, who received the World Health Organisation Journalism Fellowship recently and was sent on exposure trips to Switzerland and Sweden, she writes on private healthcare.
Dr Lee Jong-wook of South Korea, who was elected the next Director-General of the World Health Organisation (WHO) on Wednesday, announced that he would immediately expand and strengthen the Global Outbreak Alert and Response Network to identify and respond to disease outbreaks around the world.
The World Health Organisation (WHO) has commended Malaysia#8217;s efforts in promoting a healthy lifestyle among its people.
Ten dietary commandments you should follow if you want a healthy heart, says cardiologist David M. Colquhoun, who is also University of Queensland associate professor of medicine.
WHAT makes a man tick? Many women have been known to ask this question, but let#8217;s steer clear of that one and stick to the biology of it. Blame it on the sex chromosomes, X-chromosome and Y-chromosome. Put two X chromosomes together and a girl develops; put an X and a Y-chromosome together and a boy develops.
The Women and Family Development Ministry is supporting a local study that will look at various aspects of men's health.
A RECRUITMENT drive for nutritionists has been launched to persuade Chinese people to eat healthier food.