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arrow Include the mentally-ill as disabled, says Niosh

4-01-2010
The National Institute of Occupational Safety & Health (Niosh) is proposing that the Government includes mentally-ill individuals under the disabled persons category. Niosh chairman Tan Sri Lee Lam Thye said that in previous years, mental health had been a topic of low priority
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arrow Jangan pandang ringan masalah kesihatan mental

  30-12-2009
Masalah kesihatan mental yang berlegar dalam masyarakat kita tidak seharusnya dipandang ringan. Banyak kes menyaksikan masalah kesihatan mental yang bersangkutan dengan tekanan perasaan akan memberi kesan lebih buruk apabila ia tidak ditangani dengan bijak.
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arrow Growing numbers

29-12-2009
With the increasing number of children having learning difficulties in an education system not ready to cope with them, private entities are offering alternatives.
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arrow Krisis lelaki pertengahan usia

  22-12-2009
LELAKI dalam lingkungan usia 40 ke 60 tahun kerap dikaitkan dengan krisis pertengahan usia. Walaupun mungkin ada yang memandangnya dari sudut negatif, ia sebenarnya sebahagian proses kematangan normal.
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arrow Schizophrenic drug mule returns home

22-12-2009
A 37-year-old victim of an international drug syndicate who was left at the Buenos Aires airport in Argentina in June is finally home. P. Jeyakumar, who has chronic schizophrenia and hypertension, was believed to have been tricked by members of the syndicate and used as a drug mule before he was abandoned.
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arrow Happy Childhood Is Key To A Healthy Adulthood

  16-12-2009
A study of New Zealanders showed that children who experience a happy childhood, will lead a healthy adulthood, China's Xinhua news agency cited a study as saying.
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