Care For The Others

Blood Donation During Covid-19
If you're like me, you're probably self-quarantining - perhaps with your family or by yourself in response to the Covid-19 outbreak. It's a weird new normal. And as informed by the prime minister, lock-down period has been extended for 2 more weeks until 14 April 2020. Nevertheless, it's an anxious time for most of us....

Hero in Two Wheels

ambucycle to the rescue
Yes, congestion could kill life. That’s not an overstatement, it’s a fact. Out of many cities across the world, heavy traffic, construction, ignorance road users and poorly maintained roads keep first responders from getting patients in time. These are the challenges faced by emergency care of the health system. According to local news, Malaysia has...

Cut The Blues

Monday Blues
Does the beginning of your workweek trigger overwhelming feelings of anxiety, sadness or stress? Do you lack motivation on Monday morning? If you’re nodding affirmatively, you might have a case of the Monday Blues. There are often a serious warning sign that something is not right at work. If you were happy, you'd be excited...

Happy Women’s Day!

#EachforEqualCalling all ladies and girls, it’s time to celebrate! Along with its honorific as Women’s History Month, 8 March is also when International Women’s Day falls every year. As the saying goes, “a woman is like a teabag – you never know how strong she is until she gets in hot water.” This special day...

Yes, You Can!

Breast Cancer Awareness
When someone says to "think positive" or "be optimistic" during a time such as cancer, it can be much easier said than done. We know that cancer isn't all rainbow and butterflies and once you enter a dark mindset, it can be hard to get out of it. If you’ve been diagnosed with breast cancer,...

Your Time of The Month

Tracking Menstrual Cycle
With International Women’s Day around the corner, it’s a great opportunity to enclosed one of the important women health-related topics: Menstrual cycle. It’s always known as a taboo topic and most of the girls would be ashamed to talk about it. As 2020’s theme for IWD: #EachforEqual, it’s time for a new revolution, where menstrual...

Cancer On The Rise

Cancer
It's still not too late to end February with some love and awareness. As you know (maybe not), every year on February 4, World Cancer Day is held worldwide as an initiative by the Union for International Cancer Control (UICC). It is the largest and oldest international cancer organization dedicated to taking the lead in...

Cure Your ConFLUsion

Myths Vs Facts About Flu
Myths about the flu are everywhere. Did you know that the word "flu" is acquired from "influenza"? The flu or influenza refers to an illness only caused by the influenza virus. Many people use the term flu to refer stomach flu or a common cold. People with influenza virus usually shows similar symptoms as people...

Health Literacy

biomark
On the early morning of recent Tuesday, Malaysia received shocking news about the sudden death of 40 years old Malaysian actor, Ashraf Sinclair, due to heart attack. It had been stated that the late Ashraf Sinclair didn't show any signs of illness at all prior to his passing. Heart disease is often thought to be...

Trip Or Threat?

When you are on the outstation in the busy city of Kuala Lumpur, the last thing you want is to get sick on the trip. Unfortunately, we can’t always control these things, and illness can strike when we least expect it. It's not the best condition if you are alone, laying in your hotel room...
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