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The current political chaos affects public health as much as other public services, which is especially worrying with the ongoing Covid-2019 outbreak.
JOHOR BARU: Business has picked up at Indian Muslim restaurants in Johor since the no-smoking ruling took effect on Jan 1 this year.
THE Federal Territory Health Department (JKWP) is planning to launch a major crackdown on shisha cafes in Kuala Lumpur in relation to the smoking ban at eateries.
THE Malaysian Association of Tour and Travel Agents (MATTA) president Datuk Tan Kok Liang says Malaysia should allow shisha cafes to continue to operate in a “close” environment or at designated areas.
Having habits like eating healthily, exercising regularly, not smoking and drinking moderately, can add up to 10 extra years of disease-free life.
PUTRAJAYA: The Health Ministry, in its commitment to safeguard the health and well-being of Malaysians, will focus on pneumococcal vaccination for children and the smoking ban at eateries this year.
A letter from KOO WEE HON, Petaling Jaya.
FROM DR KHOR SWEE KHENG,PROF DR ROSMAWATI MOHAMED (Master, Academy of Medicine Malaysia),DATUK DR ZAINAL ARIFFIN OMAR (President, Public Health Association of Malaysia),DR JEFFREY ABU HASSAN (President, Islamic Medical Association Malaysia),DR ABDUL HALIM SHIBGHATULLAH (Chairman, IKRAM Health Malaysia).AMRAHI BUANG (President, Malaysian Pharmaceutical Society),DR N. GANABASKARAN (President, Malaysian Medical Association),PROF DR PANG YONG KEK (President, Malaysian Thoracic Society).DR AHMAD FIRDAUS MOHD HARIS (President, Medical Mythbusters Malaysia).
Jakarta: The Yogyakarta administration is planning to turn the popular tourist destination of Malioboro into a smoke-free zone starting in March.
JAKARTA: The Yogyakarta administration is planning to turn the popular tourist destination of Malioboro into a smoke-free zone starting in March.