Collection of news and stories of IMU in diverse media.
IMU Healthcare names Pembinaan Mitrajaya Sdn Bhd as the contractor in charge of the building construction of IMU Hospital’s Phase 1 block.
Dietitian and Dean, School of Health Sciences, Prof Dr Winnie Chee provides details about a study in Malaysia that applied a culturally-adapted nutrition algorithm and motivational counselling to help people with diabetes achieve weight loss and glucose control.
Residents of Bukit Jalil and its surrounding neighbourhoods will soon be provided with modern, integrated healthcare that combines the disciplines of allopathic medicine alongside those of complementary medicine at the IMU Hospital. The new IMU Hospital will enhance the existing healthcare services by IMU Healthcare to the community with new patient-centric inpatient and surgical facilities. IMU Healthcare (IMUH)
While one or two nights of lousy sleep is tolerable, prolonged lack of quality sleep is deadly. Yet many of us struggle with insomnia, or difficulty sleeping well. Dr Philip George, Consultant Psychiatrist from IMU and Sharan Kaur, Consultant Psychologist discusses the roots of insomnia, if sedatives are safe and if proper sleep hygiene mitigate insomnia.
Dr Philip George, Consultant Psychiatrist and Dr Peter Norrie, Former Psychiatrist and Director of Clinical Services for Mental Health, ACT Health Directorate, Australia; Adjunct Associate Professor of Psychiatry, Australian National University discuss how mental health services differ between Australia and Malaysia. Explore what the two countries can learn from each other in helping mental health
Mental health is about a person’s condition with regard to their psychological, emotional and social well-being. It affects how we think, feel and act and is important at every stage of life from childhood to adolescence through adulthood. Mental health disorders (illnesses) ranges from anxiety disorders to behavioural disorders to obsessive compulsive behaviours to depression,
Diabetes is a chronic disease that occurs when the body is unable to use blood sugar (glucose) properly. Uncontrolled diabetes causes many life threatening complications including heart disease, stroke, nerve damage, kidney disease and eye problems among others. Over the period of 10 years, the prevalence of Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus in Malaysia has increased