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Doctors and the pharmaceutical and medical devices industries can cultivate a mutually beneficial relationship with one another.
Malaysia's robust private medical sector is testament to the fact that many local doctors prefer private practice, but when is the right time to make that leap?
The Selangor State Government, via Tourism Selangor, has introduced a domestic tourism promotion campaign – 'Nak Bercuti? Pusing Selangor Dulu!'
Narrative medicine is a relatively new area that uses stories to help doctors connect with patients and deal with their own stresses.
As education institutions that turn out graduates responsible for the health and lives of others, medical schools also have a social responsibility or accountability to society.
The sex act may be instinctual, but as thinking beings, humans need more than just the physical act. Here’s where some sex tips come in handy to guide young married couples on sex, reproductive health and responsible parenthood.
Bullying in healthcare inevitably leads to a dysfunctional work environment, medical errors and preventable adverse outcomes, with patients suffering ultimately.
Pain is the most dreaded of sensations experienced by all of us. Pain affects us in all manner of ways. Pain makes us scream, or simply stay still in the hope that it goes away.
Research presented at the ESMO Asia 2016 Congress revealed that patients wait four months before seeking cancer diagnosis.