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arrow Ramai warga emas sunyi - LPPKN

17-04-2009
Kajian Lembaga Penduduk dan Pembangunan Keluarga Negara (LPPKN) mendapati ramai di kalangan warga emas di negara ini terutamanya wanita mengalami kesunyian sehingga mengakibatkan kemurungan.

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arrow Kementerian Kesihatan Sedia 35 Hospital Untuk Rawatan Psikiatri

  17-04-2009
Kementerian Kesihatan menerusi Perkhidmatan Kesihatan Mental menyediakan 35 hospital dan empat institusi kesihatan di seluruh negara khusus untuk rakyat yang memerlukan rawatan psikiatri.
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arrow Shocker of a discovery for older dads

17-04-2009
Like some famous movie stars and top musicians, many men in Australia and other Western nations are more inclined to marry late in life and become fathers when they are in their 40s, 50s and even 60s or 70s.
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arrow Young glue sniffers

  17-04-2009
Children as young as nine are indulging in glue sniffing and this is becoming a worrying trend, said the Consumers Association of Penang (CAP) president S.M. Mohamed Idris.
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arrow Depression, stress vary by U.S. regions - study

17-04-2009
Scientists have discovered that levels of depression vary by regions with frequent mental distress (FMD) lowest at 6.6 percent in Hawaii and highest at 14.4 percent in Kentucky.

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arrow People With Memory Problems Less Dementia Risk

  10-04-2009
A new research in Britain has revealed that people with memory problems are less at risk of developing dementia than previously thought, Press Trust of India (PTI) reported Saturday.
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