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Menses is generally perceived “unclean” and menstrual taboos are well described across many cultures.
KUALA LUMPUR: A large number of cancer patients seeking treatment in public hospitals nationwide have never seen an oncologist in their lives, according to a medical practitioner.
KUALA LUMPUR: The number of new cancer cases in Malaysia went up by 11.3% over two five-year-periods, according to the National Cancer Registry Report 2012–2016.
KUALA LUMPUR: An increase in new cancer cases has been reported in the latest National Cancer Registry Report 2012–2016 (MNCRR).
JAKARTA: For Sari Tjakrawiralaksana, 42, the pain of giving birth to her son 10 years ago did not only stem from post-caesarean wounds, but also remarks from relatives.
WOMEN’S health issues, specifically menstrual disorders and breast cancer, took centre stage at the StarLIVE talk.
MERSING: The free mammogram programme for women launched by the Federal Government has so far seen 1,823 undergoing screening in the state.
BEIJING (ANN): A woman in China, who is also a mother of three, inserted a metal spring inside her vagina about half a year ago, believing it would act as a birth control device. The object did not yield the desired effect because the unnamed 31-year-old had still gotten pregnant.
GUARDIAN Malaysia’s “Balance for Better” programme in conjunction with Women’s Day saw positive results, and its mission to empower women through better health and disease awareness continues.
Sex is a difficult topic to broach with your kids, but they need to be aware of the unhealthy consequences of having unprotected sex which includes STDs.