• Singapura lebih membutuhkan dokter generalis daripada dokter spesialis
    Solusi yang ada sekarang adalah untuk melatih mahasiswa seni belajar, daripada menghapal fakta, kata dekan."Jika Anda seorang dokter yang baik, Anda tidak akan pernah berhenti belajar," sebut Prof Best.
  • Women in science: Beyond the feminine chambers
    Gender fluidity is blurring lines not just on fashion runways, but also in science and health. In a world that historically champions male-dominated discoveries, women are now breaking boundaries—making strides alongside their male counterparts.
  • News Bites: AI to monitor and track hospital hygiene practices, Revolutionary beating Band-Aid for the heart
    Researchers have created an injectable biodegradable patch of heart cells to repair heart tissue after a heart attack. Australian researchers have also suggested that Vitamin B3 can prevent miscarriages and birth defects. The US FDA is likely to approve the first gene therapy for the US, CTL019, that treats acute B-lymphoblastic leukaemia (ALL) in September.
  • Off the shelves: Removed Fipronil-contaminated eggs in European supermarket, found its way in Asia
    Fipronil-contaminated eggs, originating from Dutch farms, were out on supermarket shelves but their doses are said to be not enough to harm consumers. Unsafe levels, however, have been recently found on two samples of Dutch eggs – on sale in Hong Kong.
  • Kematian seorang perawat India memicu kemarahan sejawat lain
    "Kami tidak diizinkan cuti saat kami sakit," jelas seorang perawat. "Kami diminta untuk beristirahat selama beberapa jam dan kemudian kembali bekerja."
  • Remembering Pakistan’s very own Mother Teresa
    German sister and physician, Dr Ruth Pfau has fought and treated leprosy in Pakistan for the last six decades—earning her the title ‘Mother Teresa of Pakistan’. It all came about in an unexpected twist of fate when Pfau found herself stuck in Pakistan. She decided to call the country home and made eradicating leprosy her calling. She was highly regarded for tirelessly contributing to the nation—right up to her recent passing.
  • Terapi cacing: Tren kesehatan terbaru dengan menelan parasit hidup
    Tren kesehatan terbaru mungkin mengubah cara pandang Anda mengenai parasit. Hymenolepis diminuta, nama saintifik untuk jenis cacing pita, sekarang banyak dikonsumsi demi menjaga 'kesehatan'.
  • Proactive, bold, creative: Traits of an effective public health manager
    What does it take to be effective in the field of public health management? Years of experience have taught MIMAROPA regional health director Eduardo Janairo valuable lessons that help him be up to the task.
  • Fake doctor in Kedah may have some problems, says Health Minister
    “Dr Ridzuan” – the now-infamous fraud was arrested after impersonating a doctor in a Kedah hospital for close to a year. Malaysian Health Minister (MOH) affirms that security will be reviewed and tightened to prevent any of such recurrence. Other experts are uncertain about ‘complete’ prevention – and believe psychological issues play a major role.
  • Aktivitas otak – Bagaimana otak bekerja
    Otak merupakan satu dari organ paling vital dalam tubuh manusia. Meskipun demikian, tampaknya kita belum sepenuhnya memahami fungsi otak – dalam hal pengetahuan dan pemahaman manusia mengenai bagaimana otak berfungsi; dan fakta sebenarnya yang masih tenggelam di dalamnya.