Smoke, Health

Smoke, Health

More asthma, conjunctivitis reported last week, says Health Ministry | The Malaysian Insight

Spike coincides with smoke blanketing country.

23/9/2019 8:31:00 AM

More asthma, conjunctivitis reported last week, says Health Ministry

Spike coincides with smoke blanketing country.

Copy URLHealth Director-General Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah says the ministry is monitoring diseases related to the smoke through its 33 Haze Sentinel Facilities. – YouTube screen grab, September 23, 2019.THE smoke blanketing large swathes of the country has resulted in the number of asthma cases increase 3.5% to 1,265 cases for the week from September 15-21 compared to 1,222 cases the previous week.

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Health Director-General Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah said conjunctivitis cases also rose 51.4% to 403 cases the same week, compared to 266 cases the week before. Read more: TheMalaysianInsight »

Change, wash face masks after 4-6 hours to prevent infections, advises Health Ministry | Malay MailKUALA LUMPUR, Sept 21 — With the current haze blanketing the nation, it is best for the public to either change or wash their face masks after using them for between four and six hours, to prevent infections. The Health Ministry’s National Health Clinic Panel Chairman Datuk Dr R. Kanna said the... How about stopping the haze .year after read same old rubbish ..get of your arse and tackle the problem not the symptoms etc.

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Haze-related diseases rise by 40%, says Health DGLABUAN (Bernama): The number of patients seeking treatment for conjunctivitis, asthma and skin rashes rose by 40% nationwide due to the prolonged haze. 'The number of patients seeking treatment for conjunctivitis, asthma and skin rashes rose by 40% nationwide due to the prolonged haze.' AmirudinShari Selangor not 'nationwide' ? DrDzul Tapi MB Selangor kata x de tuan

Haze-related illnesses up by 40%, says health chiefMore cases of conjunctivitis, asthma and skin rashes, but the national disaster centre says easterly winds are expected today or tomorrow to blow away transboundary haze. FMTNews

Haze-related illnesses up by 40%, says health chiefMore cases of conjunctivitis, asthma and skin rashes, but the national disaster centre says easterly winds are expected today or tomorrow to blow away transboundary haze. FMTNews

Haze-related diseases rise by 40%, says Health DGLABUAN (Bernama): The number of patients seeking treatment for conjunctivitis, asthma and skin rashes rose by 40% nationwide due to the prolonged haze. 'The number of patients seeking treatment for conjunctivitis, asthma and skin rashes rose by 40% nationwide due to the prolonged haze.' AmirudinShari Selangor not 'nationwide' ? DrDzul Tapi MB Selangor kata x de tuan