• New evidence shows epilepsy drug caused up to 4,100 birth defects
    Up to 4,100 children suffered from serious malformations from a drug given to pregnant women for epilepsy and bipolar disorder, a French study suggests.
  • Mengapa obat tidak memberi efek yang sama?
    Tidak ada penelitian yang 100% berhasil dan hal ini kemungkinan terjadi karena ada perbedaan bentuk gen dari setiap individu. Banyak ahli sudah mencoba meningkatkan angka keberhasilan atau memberikan penjelasan mengapa obat yang sama tidak memberikan efek yang sama.
  • The tale of the original Siamese twins
    Did you know that the infamous term “Siamese twins” is coined after Chang and Eng Bunker, conjoined twin brothers from Siam who became internationally known in the 19th century?
  • Filipino doctor provides free surgery for indigent countrymen - Part 1
    Dr Juan “Jim” Sanchez, among the top plastic surgeons in the Philippines, renders free surgical service to indigent Filipinos through his transportable operating room.
  • 6 great pulmonology apps for doctors
    These respiratory-related apps all have different features and tools, and can be used on both mobile devices and tablets.
  • Tiga kasus baru infeksi Zika muncul di Singapura
    Tiga kasus baru infeksi Zika baru saja dilaporkan di Singapura minggu lalu, menurut Agen Lingkungan Nasional (NEA) pada 20 April silam.
  • MOH Malaysia: MyHDW will not disclose any sensitive patient information
    Following the launch of the Malaysian Health Data Warehouse, public and consumer groups have been demanding greater transparency in the handling of confidential health data stored in the new system.
  • 9 more teas to boost health and energy
    Tea is a good calorie-free substitute for sugary beverages. Furthermore, tea also offers an abundance of health benefits like aiding in weight loss, boosting the immune system and fighting off cancer development.
  • Measures needed to combat health illiteracy
    The issue of health illiteracy has been a cause for concern globally, especially within the medical community. Essentially, both doctors and health agencies play an important role in improving the health literacy of their patients and the public respectively.
  • Are foreign doctors suffering from bias within the UK medical system?
    A study of NHS records suggests that foreign doctors may be facing an inherent racial predisposition within the health system, calling for a more globalised testing arrangement to overcome such bias.