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Today, Malaysia has a well-developed health care system which serves the entire population as well as a growing international clientele seeking world-class health care at affordable prices.
New investigations are confirming the suspicion that over a period of time the accumulated products of combustion have a subtly harmful effect on the health of city dwellers
A decade ago the Federal Government endorsed the concept of prepaid medical care. Today the number of HMO's is less than was envisioned then, but it is nevertheless increasing
Thirty-seven Nobel laureates in physiology or medicine meet with 600 young researchers from around the world at Germany's Lindau Island on Lake Constance from June 29 to July 4 to discuss challenges to global health and medical research
Global leaders target health benefits in advance of Copenhagen meeting.
Chronic disorders such as heart disease and diabetes, once common only in the industrial nations, are now sweeping the rest of the globe. Meanwhile the threat of infectious diseases still looms large. New public health priorities are urgently needed
Promoting Cardiovascular Health Worldwide: Perspective on the 12 Recommendation of the Institute of MedicineThousands to get personalized medicine in Britain's National Health Service.Studies measure effects of glyphosate-based herbicide on wildlife and human health.
As medical records are digitized and information technology becomes more sophisticated, physicians and hospitals face a rapid transformation in the way they treat patients and track diseasesOne of the most common health problems worldwide and potentially one of the most treatable, iron deficiency can have devastating effects. It can jeopardize a child's mental and physical development
April 22, 2010, marks the 40th anniversary of the original Earth Day. How far has the planet come in the intervening decades?Diseases such as malaria and HIV still present a major challenge to vaccine development, says Gates foundation's departing global-health chief.Sewage is a great fertilizer, but is it a health hazard?Health care begins to address needs of women and minoritiesState budget constraints threaten public healthChildren in orphanages have chromosome changes that could affect future health.Translational work set to receive a boost.Elaborate Safety Measures Have Been Developed By the Health Physics Departments of Atomic Energy Plants to Protect Both the Workers and the General Public from Dangerous Radiations. These Protective Measures, Proved Successful in Small Scale Operations, Will Aid Greatly in Solving the Staggering Radiation Safety Problems of the Large Scale Atomic Energy Plants
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