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arrow Major Depression and You - Dr Amer Siddiq

13-12-2013
Major Depression and You published in the Malaysian Medical Gazette by Dr Amer Siddiq Amer Nordin.
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arrow Pay more attention to mental health

12-09-2013
I WRITE to highlight the growing need for greater awareness, compassion and action by the public as well as by the relevant authorities on the issue of mental health.
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arrow Parents in the dark

  12-09-2013
If you’re a parent, this statistic from R.AGE’s on-going anti-bullying survey will probably worry you. About 68% of respondents to the survey on bullying by R.AGE have been victims of bullying. Worse still, only 20% of the 400 respondents say they’ll tell their parents about it.
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arrow PPUKM Prof and staff were incredible

9-09-2013
I WAS admitted to the psychiatric ward of Pusat Perubatan Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (PPUKM) on Aug 29 as I was suffering from chronic major depression. I was discharged on Sept 4.
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arrow Timor Leste team learns from Malaysia

  17-07-2013
Urgently needing to set up a rehabilitation centre to reintegrate mentally disabled people back into their society, Timor Leste social workers have turned to their Malaysian counterparts for guidance.
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arrow Mental illness, the dark side of life

17-07-2013
People with mental illness need all the support they can find.

NOT many are aware that persons with mental illness are also disabled people. More often than not, they experience an even greater struggle than those with physical or mental impairments. Persons with mental or emotional problems frequently suffer in silence. Society is less sympathetic to their plight.
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