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Most blind are from rural areas

About 80% of the blind population in the country is located in the interior areas of the east coast and East Malaysia because of poor access to proper medical facilities.


No more maids, says family of dead granny

For the family of the late Mok Lan, who died a week after she was beaten up by her Indonesian maid, it will be the last time they will ever employ a maid.


Eat your way to good health

You are what you eat, and no one knows this better than dietitians and nutritionists. Deciding which of these two healthcare professionals to see depends on your state of health.


Healing with herbs

After Paul Koh met a herbalist teacher from the Natural Harmony School of Medicine, he realised there were other ways of treating these diseases, and became interested in alternative medicine.


Tabs on traditional drug ads

The Information Ministry will monitor misleading advertisements on traditional drugs for slimming and specific ailments in the media, particularly those over TV and radio.

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Fortune-teller sues son over promise

B>TAIPEI:/BA fortune-teller who foresaw his son would abandon him tried to avoid the fate of destitution by forcing his son to sign a pledge promising to continue to support him.


New sugar content rule soon

The Health Ministry will come up with a new regulation on sugar content in food and drinks soon to encourage Malaysians to reduce their sugar intake, said Minister Datuk Chua Jui Meng.

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Foreign news briefs

Foreign news briefs including from Jerusalem that a 58-year-old woman has given birth to twins after receiving fertility treatment.


Lawyer fit to own gun, says witness

Lawyer Datuk Balwant Singh was certified by a doctor to be physically and mentally fit to own a gun about two months before he allegedly shot dead a man after a heated argument last year, the High Court heard Thursday.


Security seals for traditional health products

The Health Ministry is awaiting approval on its proposal to have security seals fixed on all traditional health products to distinguish between ministry-approved and non-approved products.