Health Tips for Women

Every year on the 8th of March, the social, economic and health achievements of women are acknowledged and celebrated through International Women’s Day. Our doctors and healthcare professionals from different departments within Regency share their best health tips in conjunction with International Women’s Day.

Take care of your health by following recommended screening schedule of pap smears, mammograms and HPV vaccinations.
- Dr Badrul Zaman Bin Muda @ Abdullah, Consultant of Obstetrics & Gynaecology, Gynaecology-Oncology

Breast cancer and cervical cancer are the most common cancers among Malaysian women according to the Malaysian Cancer Registry Report. Did you know early cancer detection is possible? By practising regular self-breast examination and pap smear. Early detection of cancer may result in a potential cure. Get yours Done Today!
- Dr Dharmaraja Narayanan, Consultant of Obstetrics & Gynaecology

Having adequate sun exposure or vitamin D supplements provides the body with the calcium we need to build and maintain strong bones.
- Dr Lee Chui Ling, Consultant of Obstetrics & Gynaecology

Time is Money when it Comes to Meals. It is essential for all strong women out there to eat on time as our body requires adequate nutrients in our daily life. Eat Healthily and Be Happy.
- Ms Siti Amira Binti Sujali, Dietitian

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