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National Cancer Society Malaysia free screening in conjunction with WORLD CANCER DAY 2019.
International Food Safety Conference opens with call for greater global cooperation
12 February 2019
WHO News Release
Greater international cooperation is needed to prevent unsafe […]
The future of food safety!!
“With an estimated 600 million cases of foodborne illnesses annually, unsafe food is a threat to human health and economies globally. Foodborne diseases in low- and middle-income countries costs at least US$100 billion a year, with this cost exceeding US$500 million for 28 countries, according to a recent World Bank…[Read more]
Healthcare Highlights from President Donald Trump’s State of the Union address on Feb. 5, 2019
“I am asking the Congress to pass legislation that finally takes on the problem of global freeloading and delivers fairness and price transparency for American patients,” Trump said.
“We should also require drug companies, i…[Read more]
In conjunction with World Cancer Day 2019
FEBRUARY 4 — World Cancer Day is a global initiative to unite communities across the world in the war against cancer. It is celebrated on Feb 4 annually with the aim o […]
WORLD CANCER DAY 2019 – Message from the Ministry of Health Malaysia
BACK PAIN – Exercise and good habits to reduce back problems.
Wishing “Happy New Year: 新年快乐 (xīn nián kuài lè)” to all our friends and families.
Heavy Metals Found in Popular Fruit Juices – Medscape – Jan 31, 2019.
Kathleen Doheny- January 31, 2019
Nearly half of 45 fruit juices tested had elevated levels of heavy metals, which can pose health r […]
Hospital-Acquired Conditions Continue Downward Trend in USA
This article is from Medscape – Jan 30, 2019 (www.medscape.com).
Comments InfoMed: This is a welcoming story from US healthcare. Hospital-acquired conditions are a serious concern for all healthcare providers and in particular for hospitals (inpatients). It would be good to get these…[Read more]
World Cancer Day FUN RUN 2019 – 23 March 2019
The presentation by the Consultants from Columbia Asia Hospital Klang were very informative and beneficial for the primary care physicians. Relevant topics and the case studies discussed was well received by the delegates. A Sunday well spend. Congratulations!
GP Summit by Columbia Asia Hospital Klang at Shah Alam 27.01.19
He wanted to see his cancer from the inside. With virtual reality, he can…
Bill Hobbs, a 69-year-old business operator and sailor from Dartmouth, Mass., had just strapped on a virtual reality headset to get an immersive look at his insides. And what he saw made him holler.
“Is that my kidney?” he said. “I’m going 3D, boys!”
Last May, Hobbs was…[Read more]
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