3 traditional medicine, 1 slimming product banned by Health Ministry

3 traditional medicine, 1 slimming product banned by Health Ministry

KUALA LUMPUR: The Health Ministry yesterday advised consumers to stop buying three unregistered traditional medicine and a slimming product as they were found to contain scheduled poisons. The three traditional medicine named by the Health Ministry were ‘Majun Dua Istimewa’, ‘Makjun Taufiq Dua Istimewa’ and ‘Madu Adunan Herba’ plus the slimming product known as ‘Figure-Up’.

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GET FIT BY US B12 SHOTS

GET FIT BY US B12 SHOTS

GET FIT BY US B12 SHOTS Cyanocobalamin is that the commonest and wide created of the chemical compounds that have sustenance activity as B vitamin. B vitamin is that the “generic descriptor” name for any of such vitamers of B vitamin. As a result of the body can [citation needed] convert B-complex vitamin to anyone of the active B vitamin compounds, by definition this makes B-complex vitamin itself a type of B12, albeit a for the…

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Overweight hospital staff given initiative to lose weight

MUAR: Most Sultanah Fatimah Specialist Hospital workers here are leading an unhealthy lifestyle. Hospital director Dr Selahuddeen Abdul Aziz said about 59% of them suffered from obesity, 14% high blood sugar content, 13% hypertension and 3.8% being smokers. Besides being directed to undergo physical exercises, staff mem- bers had also been asked to go for regular check-ups and health screenings. Launching the hospital’s 10,000 steps health programme, Dr Selahuddeen said the hospital wanted to ensure…

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Nelson Mandela serious but stable

Nelson Mandela serious but stable

Former South African president, Nelson Mandela remained in a ‘serious but stable’ condition in a Pretoria hospital after treatment for a lung infection. A statement from current President, Jacob Zuma said that the government confidence in the medical team and is satisfied with their work. Mandela was admitted in the early hours of Saturday with a recurring lung infection and it is his fourth hospital stay since December. Mandela has received visits from family members…

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