All our lives, we have been told that we could be beautiful if only we were skinnier or fairer. Thus, many of us resort to quick fixes like beauty pills and even starve ourselves just to fit into society’s standard.
Weight loss is a growing interest for many people in Malaysia. It is not surprising considering the increasing number of cases of obesity within the country.
COVID-19 virus has imposed a threat to many people all over the world. Now that vaccines are becoming available to more people, many are slowly gaining a sense of normalcy.
Many netizens have been complaining about their weight gain during the movement control order period, which was not really a surprise considering that they were homebound and less active physically.
Over the past three decades, Malaysia has become the “fattest” country in Asia, with nearly half the Malaysian adult population now overweight or obese.
Many Malaysians have been complaining about their weight gain during the movement control order (MCO) period, which was not really a surprise considering that they were homebound and less active physically.
Primary health care is key to solving the health challenges facing Malaysia, according to the Ministry of Health in Malaysia and the World Health Organization (WHO).