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KUALA LUMPUR: The stigma and ignorance of mental health problems is more than a tragic social shortcoming. It also hurts our economy in a big way because the inability and unwillingness to deal with these issues leads to poor productivity and additional costs.
KUALA LUMPUR: Mental health issues plaguing the nation's workforce may have cost the economy as much as RM14.46bil, or more than 1% of Malaysia’s total gross domestic product (GDP) in 2018, according to a study by Relate Mental Health Malaysia (Relate).
GRAB Malaysia is offering RM800 in value to any Malaysian who signs up as a driver-partner until March 31.
PETALING JAYA: High prices of medication charged by private clinics and private hospitals has forced companies to deal directly with pharmacies in an effort to reduce operational cost.PETALING JAYA: High prices of medication charged by private clinics and private hospitals has forced companies to deal directly with pharmacies in an effort to reduce operational cost.
AFTER a lengthy hiatus, journalist and PR consultant Vanaja Dhanan has finally published her second children’s storybook — Chi Ki Cat Comes Home.
IN conjunction with World Heart Day 2019, Cardiac Vascular Sentral Kuala Lumpur (CVSKL) is embarking on a campaign to offer free electrocardiogram (ECG) tests to the public in partnership with Qualitas Health.
The rising costs of healthcare are influenced by many factors, most of them not within the control of your neighbourhood general practitioner (GP).
PETALING JAYA: Primary healthcare provider Qualitas Medical Group is targeting to add 200 clinics to its global network of clinics by 2022, bringing it to a total of 500.
PETALING JAYA: The government is likely to reorganise the various funds that were set up to venture into businesses related to the new economy, following their below par performance. This came about after it was discovered that some of the funds were not able to pay back the amounts due to the government, even after many years of restructuring efforts.
SINGAPORE: The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) has issued a five-year prohibition order (PO) against Alan Tay Yeow Kee, a former vice-president of CIMB Bank Bhd.