Hargailah Gelak Tawa Bayi Anda
Watch Hani Hatim (Hunny Madu) as she talks about Pertussis. Babies below 2 months old can get infected by Pertussis which causes whooping cough. 30-40% of these are infected by their mothers who have not been immunised against the disease.
Babies can also get this infection from people around them. Don't let the sound of whooping cough replace the laughter of your baby.
The 100-Day Cough
Datuk Dr Zulkifli Ismail tells us more about the 100 day cough. Pertussis causes severe infections that initially start as a normal cough that soon deteriorates to what is called the whooping cough. This can last for more than several months. It can also cause convulsions or fits, and severe coughing can lead to fracturing of the child's ribs.
Vaccinate Against HPV
Come and have a laugh as you watch a total geek win over the hearts of a beautiful girl's parents with his commitment to HPV vaccination.
Protect yourself and the one you love. Immunise against HPV today, immunise for life!
Stop Cervical Cancer
Join Dato' Dr Musa Mohd Nordin, Dato' Sheila Majid and Puan Faridah in an emotional journey about the risks of HPV infection, to getting diagnosed with cervical cancer and surviving it after a long struggle.
No Child Should Suffer
In this video, Mr Johanuddin shares heartfelt and earnest advice on why no one child should have to grow up with polio and the importance of polio immunisation to our children.
Friendship In A Time Of Polio
Mr Johanuddin, a polio victim, gives a harrowing first-hand account of the devastating effects of polio and recounts the difficulties he faced growing up with the disease, alongside his lifelong friend Datuk Dr Zulkifli.
Whooping cough, also known as pertussis, is a highly contagious infection of the lungs and airways by the bacteria, Bordetella pertussis. It is characterized by severe coughing spells that may end in a "whoop" sound.
There is a common perception that pertussis is a childhood disease. However, whooping cough can affect people of all ages. Therefore adults can pass it to children who are particularly at risk of developing potentially life-threatening complications. Read more...
Call The Shots
Cervical cancer is the third most common cancer in Malaysia and, more worryingly, it is a leading cause of death among women all around the world.
Most of the cases of cervical cancer are caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV). HPV is very common and has been found to infect 1 out of every 2 sexually-active women and men. There are about 40 different types of HPV that affect the genital areas. Read more...
Since the emergence of the polio vaccines, worldwide polio prevalence has been reduced by 99%. We stand on the verge of wiping polio from the world but the final 1% has proven to be the biggest hurdle yet. As long as this 1% remains, we are still at risk of polio infection.
Find out why continuing to immunise every child against polio is so important. We are this close to ending polio. Read more...
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