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  1. Healthy outlook

    Posted Jun 10th 2005, 12:00am by Lilian Goh

    ... with you. A lot of times patients will not take your advice but you should not give up or be angry with them. You should encourage them. YP: What are the common health problems among Hong Kong ... management while nutritionists do not. So nutritionists cannot design a diet for patients, such as those with cancer or kidney problems. There is no official registration system in Hong Kong. Some ...

  2. Guiding light

    Posted Nov 23rd 2005, 12:00am by Lilian Goh

    ... session. It's exhausting. There is a large number of eye patients in Hong Kong because we have an ageing population. We can only do our best. The amount of resources assigned to public health ... it requires knowledge of both internal medicine and external surgery. YP: What are your dreams and ambitions? T: There are very few ophthalmologists in Hong Kong and on the mainland, but the patient ...

  3. Website wins top award

    Posted Oct 07th 2005, 12:00am by Lilian Goh

    ... (www.depression.edu.hk) is run by the Hong Kong Jockey Club Centre for Suicide Research and Prevention (CSRP) at the University of Hong Kong. The Asian Innovation Awards is organised by the Asian Wall Street Journal, Singapore Economic Development Board and Global Entrepolis @ Singapore 2005. 'Little Prince is Depressed' is aimed at improving the mental health of young people. CSRP director ...

  4. Stressed out

    Posted Feb 04th 2005, 12:00am by Lilian Goh

    ... suffer from depression, anxiety and stress. Last year, the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Hong Kong (HKU) conducted a joint study with the Hong Kong Tertiary Institutions Health ... an open mind while working with others. The Hong Kong Tertiary Institutions Health Care Working Group has set up a special section that focuses on mental health at its website (http://web.hku.hk/ ...

  5. Project helps enhance business sense

    Posted May 24th 2005, 12:00am by Lilian Goh

    ... the City University of Hong Kong (CityU) provided professional consultancy services to the companies as part of a programme offered by its Department of Marketing. Ninety final-year students from the 'Advanced Marketing Seminar' course were divided into 16 teams for the project that ran from January to April. They were assigned to Lee Kum Kee (Hong Kong), Ming Pao Magazines, Nu Health ...

  6. Road to recovery

    Posted Jul 11th 2005, 12:00am by Lilian Goh

    ... registered physiotherapists in Hong Kong now. Most of them work in public and private hospitals. Some work in elderly centres and out-patient clinics. YP: What do physiotherapists do? C: ... LILIAN GOH Name: Chung Po-kuen Age: 39 Occupation: Physiotherapist Young Post: Are physiotherapists required to register in Hong Kong? Chung: Yes, we are under the regulation ...

  7. Helpful websites honoured

    Posted Jan 28th 2006, 12:00am by Lilian Goh

    ... are: TVB.COM (www.tvb.com), Hong Kong Public Libraries (www.hkpl.gov.hk), Radio Television Hong Kong on Internet (www.rthk.org.hk), HKedCity (www.hkedcity.net), Hyper Earth Rescue Team (www.ert.org.hk), Hong Kong Observatory (www.hko.gov.hk), Radio Television Hong Kong eTVonline (www.etvonline.tv), Yellow Bus (www.iyellowbus.com), HKreadingCity (www.hkreadingcity.net), Zoo of Chinese ...

  8. Reef survey shows encouraging results

    Posted Dec 12th 2005, 12:00am by Lilian Goh

    ... By Lilian Goh A recent reef check shows that Hong Kong's corals are in good condition in general, but more action is needed to prevent abandoned nets from damaging the delicate marine ... than 330 voluntary divers- the highest number ever recorded. They helped assess 33 coral sites from July to September. The sites were mainly in eastern Hong Kong waters, extending from Ping ...

  9. What was your worst fear this year?

    Posted Nov 22nd 2005, 12:00am by Lilian Goh

    ... throat. But if the patient is not treated properly, it may result in high fever, chest infection, respiratory failure, multi-organ failure and death. The Hong Kong government stepped up preventive measures at the border last week after the mainland reported its first two confirmed human cases of bird flu- and a third probable case. There has been no human death case in Hong Kong so far. ...

  10. Unicef focuses on child Aids

    Posted Oct 27th 2005, 12:00am by Lilian Goh

    ... LILIAN GOH People often forget that HIV/Aids affects millions of children around the world, as well as adults, says pop singer Coco Lee. As an ambassador of the Hong Kong committee ... of children orphaned and made vulnerable by HIV/Aids receive public support or services. The impact is the greatest in sub-Saharan Africa, where health services are stretched to the limit. Unicef ...




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