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The festive season is marked by celebration, happiness and an intense yearning to explore the world. To prepare for an increased inquiry into travel-related health information, here are five useful tips for holiday seekers to stay healthy.


While Ramadan may be embraced as a time for spiritual renewal and reflection – health experts claim that beyond the spiritual rewards, there are many benefits to health, too.


Patients tend to take lightly the importance of oral care during fasting. Healthcare professionals should provide appropriate advice, especially for the month of Ramadan as Muslims fast continuously for 28-30 days.


Mai Chun Wai, PhD, shares the perks of being active in a non-government organization (NGO).


The ancient practice of fasting has been proven by studies to reduce risks of various diseases. However, it is on a fine line that may lead to starvation and dangerous health effects.


With the need for changes in the patient’s diet and medication regimes, healthcare providers should provide appropriate advice to their patients during this month.


Career first. Babies later. That’s how modern women plan their lives today. The downside to this is by the time they’re ready to get pregnant, infertility problems may have already set in.


With the excruciating hot weather, long hours of fasting while juggling daily activities, nurses may have concerns that they cannot balance all of these at once. Here, we look at some tips that will help nurses to stay on course during their fast.


To celebrate Mother's Day on 13 May 2018, this #HCPsofMY video features Dr Sophia Rasheeqa Ismail as she shares about what leads to her interest in NCDs, and what gives her strength to carry on her journey.


The research of Dr Kue Chin Siang of MSU won him a research grant from the MAKNA Cancer Research Award.


MAKNA Cancer Research Award 2018 winner Dr Abdullah Al-Hadi discusses his research and its potential benefits to cancer patients.
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Father’s Day Special: Doctors in the House

In conjunction with Father’s Day, MIMS Today features Professor Dr Abdul Latiff bin Mohamed, a cardiologist from Hospital Pakar An-Nur. He is also one of the founders of Cyberjaya University College of Medical Sciences (CUCMS), where he is now the Deputy President of Student Affairs and Alumni.