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Today, fasting is done more for physical gain where crash diets promise trimmer waistlines and more years. Researchers now suggest that a milder deprivation may be a superior bet.


Associate Professor Mohamed Haniki Nik Mohamed, PharmD, shares how the fasting month of Ramadan creates a conducive environment for people, especially Muslims, to quit smoking.


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.


This milestone conference offered these students insight into their choices after graduation.


On 18 April, Andorra Women & Children Hospital held a media forum to celebrate its milestones.


On 26 March, the Malaysian Healthy Ageing Society (MHAS) in partnership with Bayer Co. (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd conducted the ‘Malaysia’s Ageing Population and the Value of Health Innovation’ seminar.


NKF’s Post Basic Haemodialysis Nursing Programme is to manage the rising demand for credible nurses.


Putting forward the notion that “women are healers”, MIMS Today’s editorial desk brings to you our #HealsInHeels special feature—with a month of amazing, empowering stories—dedicated to our women in healthcare. In Part 2 of this series, we will take a look at the journey of three women doctors who are carving their name in the surgical field. As they challenge the status quo, these remarkable women chose to be in a field most notable to be male-dominated. #BeBoldforChange, they are strong and brave—and they certainly #dareto be different.


Putting forward the notion that “women are healers”, MIMS Today’s editorial desk brings to you our #HealsInHeels special feature—with a month of amazing, empowering stories—dedicated to our women in healthcare. In our Part 2 of this series, we will take a look at the journey of three women doctors who are carving their name in the surgical field. As they challenge the status quo, these remarkable women chose to be in a field most notable to be male-dominated. #BeBoldforChange, they are strong and brave—and they certainly #dareto be different.


Putting forward the notion that “women are healers," MIMS Today’s editorial desk brings to you our #HealsInHeels special feature—with a month of amazing, empowering stories—dedicated to our women in healthcare. Part 1 will showcase four leading women in healthcare who have contributed to the country’s firsts, who are inspiration to many and who are making waves in the healthcare industry. They are showing the world that they are women of worth—symbolizing a #WOW force of nature not to be meddled with.


Observed on 27 February annually, across the globe, #WorldNGODay is the day to celebrate NGOs (non-government organisations) and recognise them for the tremendous work and effort they have contributed to the society. This international calendar day also hopes to encourage a greater symbiosis between NGOs and both the public and private sector—as the world gets together to “Celebrate, Commemorate and Collaborate”.
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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.