Shah Alam man pleads not guilty to charge which could see him be fined up to RM50,000 or spend up to 1 year in jail, or both.
Rajendra Yadav, who provided cheap door-to-door medical services to poor villagers, had allegedly re-used syringes.
Pathologist charged with killing DPP becomes incensed in court during questioning by his lawyer.
He is believed to have died a couple of days ago from food poisoning.
Dr Nik Mohd Adzrul Ariff also says victim's blood pressure was 'very high'.
Malaysian Community Pharmacy Guild says GPs should look at the actual reasons for reduced business as the economic scenario impacts on the healthcare industry, including pharmacists.
Incident is alleged to have happened inside ward of private hospital in Subang Jaya.
Many pharmacies are now assuming the functions of doctors by diagnosing patients, recommending alternatives to prescription medicines and even dispensing medication without prescriptions.
The cosmetic surgeon was suspended last year for alleged botched surgeries.
Patience and innovation are key to successful classroom interaction with students who have special needs.
Health minister says the man, who called himself 'Dr Ridzuan', may have had some 'problems'.
Writer commends specialist and staff at Ward 27 of Hospital Kuala Lumpur over the long hours put in and personal attention paid to ailing father.
Health minister says it is compulsory for doctors to report to police cases that have criminal elements.
Zulfarhan Osman Zulkarnain's death is being investigated under Section 302 of the Penal Code.
A meeting between the government and healthcare associations agrees on a collective effort to prevent accidents involving doctors or other healthcare workers.
Singaporean aesthetic doctor found guilty of taking multiple photos of victim's penis as he lay unconscious after the procedure.
The ex-Pujut assemblyman says he was already 'very involved' in the community and politics and that a full-time medical career was not 'tenable'.
The medical certificates, which resembled those issued by the Sultanah Aminah Hospital, were being sold for RM25 for the past year.
Singapore general practitioner Wee Teong Boo not allowed to examine the private parts of female patients.
56-year-old housewife, who is diabetic, claims her heart specialist did not pay attention to the surgical wound which opened up after her bypass surgery.
The man alleges that the doctor also kissed him and examined his penis when he went in for diarrhoea treatment at a private hospital.
She pleads guilty to swindling more than one million ringgit from a cosmetic surgeon with a Datuk title three years ago.
Sentul police chief R Munusamy says Attorney-General's Chambers (AGC) also decides no criminal action will be taken against doctor due to lack of evidence.
He is alleged to have induced the doctor to invest in a chilli-planting project, which he knew did not exist.