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Lessons learned from Ebola scare help health officials with coronavirus and other threats.
Despite hitting the century mark, the father of preventive medicine is still going strong and doing research – living proof that he was right all along.
Tuberculosis, the world's deadliest infectious killer, is curable and preventable. Yet, due to low awareness, it causes more deaths than dengue.
From providing just acute medical relief, Mercy Malaysia's role has evolved to include building resilience and preparedness, as well as advocacy work.
Dr Renard Siew Yung Jhien champions many causes, such as sustainable living, public transportation and being a voice for elderly citizens. Also, he believes that youths are the leaders of today, not tomorrow.
Zika retreats widely, but health experts remain concerned.
Food stalls and menus are undergoing a makeover in Bangkok’s Chinatown and on Khao San Road, as city hall and TAT come together to attract more visitors.
To fight global obesity, WHO recommends that governments impose a sugar tax to discourage excessive sugar intake.
A trip for health screening to hard-to-access communities in interior Sarawak shows that non-communicable diseases are prevalent there too.