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November 18, 2023 Health and Fitness
PUTRAJAYA: The results of the National Eye Survey III (NES III) conducted by the Ministry of Health (MOH) found that 160,000 Malaysians aged 50 and above suffer low vision, with eight per cent of them having blindness.
November 12, 2023 Health and Fitness
Low-impact exercise offers a total-body workout that’s gentle on the joints. In concrete terms, “low-impact strength training is a form of resistance exercise that focuses on building and maintaining muscle strength and endurance, while minimising stress and impact on the joints and connective tissues”, explains personal trainer Sana Shirvani from the UK.
November 11, 2023 Health and Fitness
Kuala Lumpur: Men who are diagnosed with diabetes have a 3.5 times higher risk of developing Erectile Dysfunction (ED) due to vascular and nerve damage compared to non-diabetic patients.
November 10, 2023 Health and Fitness
Kota Kinabalu: A suspected young tuberculosis patient was detected during a joint dental medical mission held here recently.
November 08, 2023 Health and Fitness
KENINGAU: Pink Ribbon Keningau Branch continues to reach out to women in rural areas.
November 08, 2023 Health and Fitness
Kota Kinabalu: More women are coming forward for early health screenings, particularly during Sabah National Population and Family Development Board (LPPKN) outreach initiatives. .
November 07, 2023 National
Kuala Lumpur: Deputy finance minister Ahmad Maslan believes that the “1MDB problem” is coming to an end, as the government is almost done settling the investment company’s debts.
November 05, 2023 Health and Fitness
According to the World Health Organization, engaging in physical activity not only promotes both physical and mental wellbeing but also lowers the risk of noncommunicable diseases. In essence, if you neglect physical movement, you may be putting your health at risk.
November 03, 2023 Sabah
Kota Kinabalu: The community in Sabah should have high awareness and understanding of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) as it would help provide for those with special needs.
November 01, 2023 Health and Fitness
Kuala Lumpur: The Public Service Department (JPA) will continue sponsoring students to pursue studies in medicine as long as there is a need for medical professionals in the country’s healthcare service.
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