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Malaysia’s Prince Court Medical Center wins major international award

Malaysia's Prince Court Medical Center is again named the hospital that best provides medical tourists with outstanding care beyond standard clinical protocols and excellent...
Vietnam: Huge progress in expanding social health insurance, says World Bank

Vietnam has made great strides in expanding social health insurance, now covering more than half of its population, but reforms, such as providing premium...
Thai protesters disregard poll, still want Yingluck out

Malaysia, the ASEAN country with the highest percentage of overweight and obese people, could face some sort of diabetes epidemic if the problems are...
Concerns about quality of young doctors in Malaysiavideo

Follow the panel of KPJ Healthcare's medical convention

Former Director-General of Health Malaysia, Tan Sri Ismail, gives advice
Thailand braces for record dengue fever epidemic

With reports of dengue fever outbreaks from all over the country, and the rainy season still more than two months to go, Thailand could...

Sarawak, unfortunately, is part of the obesity rise in Malaysia, an epidemic that can have drastic economic implications on a country’s social sector, namely upped healthcare expenditures, as well as a drop in work productivity.
Datin Paduka KPJ

There are many ethical questions that surround the medical industry. Firoz Abdul Hamid talked to KPJ's Datin Paduka about her views on ethics in medical practice.
Thailand to battle obesity, starting with cops

Malaysia is the most obese nation in ASEAN. Hajah Fatimah Abdullah, Sarawak's Minister of Welfare, Women and Family Development, shares her views.

Jerudong Park Medical Centre (JPMC), a private specialist hospital in Brunei has undergone significant development in the past. Inside Investor talked to Executive Director and Medical Director Dato Dr Isham Jaafar.

Malaysia is the most obese nation in ASEAN and is witnessing a dramatic rise in other non-communicable diseases. Inside Investor ask an expert why.

Ironically enough, overweight countries can do a lot more for the future of underprivileged and famine-prone nations by changing their eating habits than by dropping some greenbacks off at a food charity.

Qatar has announced a new proactive campaign against cancer in the country.  It attempts to up the quality of care received by citizens, and...