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Dr Amar-Singh HSS

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When teachers abuse children

LETTER | I have the utmost respect for teachers, but over the years...

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The fallacy of masks in the face of Indonesian smog

LETTER | Surgical masks are of little value in countering the effects of the haze.

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When children sexually abuse children

LETTER | Medical officers working with children recognise sexual abuse of children by children as a growing problem.

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Diphtheria death - we have failed our children

LETTER | To some, religious sensitivities are more important than the lives of our children.

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Should we continue to ignore the Child Act and child rights?

COMMENT | We cannot allow children's basic rights to be ignored so that adults can do with them as they please.

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Is there hope for the civil service?

LETTER | It is time to bring back a civil service we can be proud of.

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Are Malaysian parents inadvertently supporting paedophiles?

The recent horrific paedophile exposure in Malaysia has made some aware of the extensive nature and risk to children of these perverted individuals. Unfortunately many parents, including professionals, have made little change in their lives to protect their children. They remain blasé (unmoved) as to the threat and continue to expose their children and families to this danger. Kindly allow me to give one clear example.

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Update on new findings on the Zika virus

COMMENT | Also, answers to some frequently asked questions, for our learning curve on this virus.

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Why we will fail the fight against Zika virus

Pity our children, for if infected, Zika will maim and cause significant disability, especially to unborn children.

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Is marrying the rapist to the victim the Malaysian way?

A recent judicial decision in East Malaysia seems to have escaped the attention of some media outlets. Another alleged rapist married his child victim and was allowed to get away with the sexual abuse in court.

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