Heart disease remains number one killer in Malaysia – MOH

Jun 13, 21 Heart disease remains number one killer in Malaysia – MOH

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KUCHING (June 13): Heart disease remains the number-one killer in Malaysia with smokers and individuals leading a sedentary lifestyle among the high-risk groups, said the Ministry of Health (MOH). “Most of the sudden deaths are associated with the heart disease whereby the heart stops pumping blood, nutrient and oxygen which should...

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Don’t neglect cases other than Covid-19, Putrajaya told

Jun 05, 21 Don’t neglect cases other than Covid-19, Putrajaya told

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PETALING JAYA: With thousands of active Covid-19 cases in the country and hospitals under strain, public figures are calling attention to the lack of resources to handle other health problems. They say the government should keep in mind that heart disease, diabetes, cancer and kidney failure continue to claim thousands of lives...

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Pandemic a good time to quit smoking, say experts

Jun 01, 21 Pandemic a good time to quit smoking, say experts

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by BERNAMA / pic by TMR FILE  KUALA LUMPUR – Gilbert (not his real name) was just 17 when he started smoking. By the time he was in his early 20s, he was smoking five to six packets of cigarettes a day.  The sales executive tried to quit smoking but found it tough. He finally managed to kick the habit last year...

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Avoid overworking employees to safeguard their health, bosses told

May 23, 21 Avoid overworking employees to safeguard their health, bosses told

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https://youtube.com/watch?v=boPCu0i90N0%3Ffeature%3Doembed PETALING JAYA: Two health experts have called for workplace policies to minimise overworking and mitigate its effects. Speaking to FMT in the wake of a World Health Organization (WHO) report of deaths associated with long working hours, they said there appeared to be little...

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Third Wave Of COVID-19 Likely To Attack Children, Vaccinate The Parents Quickly: Dr Devi Shetty Of Narayana Health

May 19, 21 Third Wave Of COVID-19 Likely To Attack Children, Vaccinate The Parents Quickly: Dr Devi Shetty Of Narayana Health

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According to Dr Devi Prasad Shetty, Chairman, Narayana Health, it is imperative that the country starts preparing for the shielding children from the next wave of COVID-19 as the virus is predominantly likely to target them since most adults may already be infected or immunised by then. If parents are vacinated, low chance of...

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