The role of the proposed Sabah Health Tourism Council will be to formulate policies, regulate and promote health tourism as well as monitor its growth.
The IOC would create a group of 'experts from science, from ethics as well as athletes' representatives and from international federations' to examine the ruling.
WMA chairman Frank Ulrich Montgomery advised doctors to play no part in enforcing the rules as it would break ethical codes.
Badminton ace is showing good form in training but whether he plays in the Malaysia Open or not will depend on his doctor’s assessment next week.
Koro makes patients believe their genitals will shrink into their abdomen and eventually lead to their untimely death.
It has agreed to provide medical and health benefits to current and former national athletes.
The use of condoms is highly advised to mitigate the risk of transmitting sexually-transmitted infections such as HIV.
The budget is the last before a federal election in October.
Doctors without Borders estimates the cost of 12 weeks' treatment for Sofosbuvir can drop to as low as RM480.
WHO says the key to address these is to improve the management of its response - detection, early screening and treatment as well as palliative care.
Insurance investigators tell of bizarre cases including people gouging out their own eyeballs and syndicates taking insurance on homeless people who later end up dead.
During his later years in power, Mugabe made several medical trips to Singapore.
For women over 35, the risk of maternal complications was highest for pregnancies that began three, six or nine months following a prior birth.
Michael Jeyakumar Devaraj warns of a brain drain of senior doctors from the public sector.
Think tank says they shouldn't be forced to accept first class treatment.
Zunaizah Hilmi says Dutch model’s body had multiple bruises that showed blunt-force trauma and a torn artery.
The Palestinian Authority civilian affairs office in the Gaza Strip also confirmed the closure except for medical cases and Palestinians seeking to return into the enclave.
Muslim doctors who follow Quranic principles in handling the LGBT community are often seen as bigots or as spreading hatred even if this is done with the intention of giving advice to the public.
Hundreds of bloodied and bandaged victims are being treated outside damaged hospitals in the main city of Mataram and other hard-hit areas.
Medical body's president Dr Mohamed Namazie Ibrahim hopes Pakatan Harapan government will make legal amendments to allow for a national licensing examination to check the competency of doctors.
Social workers thank Khazanah for its support for outreach programmes to help marginalised communities.
Instructions sent out to hospital directors as number of victims increased to 1,500 people.
Most parents do not plan adequately for their children's visits to the doctor.
Delay in upgrade works at the Penang Hospital is causing anguish among those needing major surgery, many of whom are forced to fork out huge amounts of money at private hospitals.