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arrow Diabetic kids get health tips at camp
KUALA LUMPUR: Sixty diabetic and obese children received practical tips on managing their health at the 1Malaysia Diabesity Camp at Zoo Negara yesterday. The camp, organised by Putrajaya Hospital, was conducted to teach the children how
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arrow Higher sugar price good news for our health
PANTAI REMIS: The move by the government to adjust downwards the subsidy for sugar should be seen as a blessing in disguise as it could spur Malaysians to change their unhealthy eating habits.Perak Raja Muda Raja Dr Nazrin Shah said with at least 15 per cent of Malaysians diagnosed as diabetic,
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arrow Drink 3-in-1 beverages moderately
KUALA LUMPUR: People must control the intake of 3-in-1 beverages as over-consumption may have a negative impact on their health, according to a nutrition expert. Dr Roslee Rajikan, a lecturer in the Department of Nutrition and Dietetics, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, said this was because consumers would not be able to control their sugar intake when they consumed 3-in-1 beverages,
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arrow X factor in insulin resistance
Syndrome X patients face an increased risk of diabetes and cardiovascular disease due to an abnormal response to insulin. The key to treatment lies in diet and exercise SYNDROME X, sometimes known as “metabolic syndrome”, is a group of
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arrow Diabetes hits top ranks
KUALA LUMPUR: Holding high positions in the public and private sectors comes with a price -- diabetes. The National Health and Morbidity Survey 2006 revealed that the national prevalence of diabetes among senior officers and managers was 15.9 per cent,
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arrow Exercising your right to good health
AGE should not stop anyone from being fit and active. In fact, older people can benefit the most from regular exercise, compared to people from any other age group.There are two types of exercises that are important for preventing chronic diseases and staying strong: aerobic and strength-training.
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