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Law firm denies telling MAS to stop caregiving services

KUALA LUMPUR: Ribbeck Law Chartered, the Chicago-based law firm representing the families of seven crew members aboard flight MH370, has denied Malaysia Airline's claim that the firm had demanded the airline to only communicate with the next-of-kin's lawyers.

Home caregiving services platform goes to Penang

ON-DEMAND home caregiving services platform Homage has expanded into Penang following its launch in the Klang Valley region a year ago.

Health tech rolls in from across the straits

Caregiving services platform aims to sign on 1,000 caregivers in three years

Malaysia is getting old fast, but are we ready for an elderly nation?

With Malaysia rapidly becoming an ageing nation, we must prepare for our old age physically, mentally, socially and financially, especially if we aim to be independent for as long as possible.

Help available for those who need it

PEOPLE who become permanently disabled from wild animal attacks can receive up to RM20,000 in compensation.

Are you ready for robot doctors?

German consumers would be happy to undergo an operation conducted by a machine rather than a human surgeon.

Tending to the distraught

From the day MAS flight MH370 went missing three weeks ago, caregivers and counsellors have been on the ground, staying close to families with loved ones on board to lend an ear, wipe their tears and even be their punching bag.

US law firm denies MAS' claim over clients

KUALA LUMPUR: The Chicago-based law firm representing the families of seven crew members on board the missing plane MH370 has denied Malaysia Airline’s (MAS) claim that it had demanded the airline to communicate only with it.

MH370: Families of crewmembers allege MAS has 'abandoned' them

PETALING JAYA: The family members of seven missing Malaysian Airlines (MAS) flight MH370 crew are claiming that they have been 'abandoned' by the airline as punishment for seeking legal advice.

'MAS abandoned us for seeking legal advice'

PETALING JAYA: The family members of seven missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 crew are claiming that they have been “abandoned” by the company for seeking legal advice.