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10 Best Supplements in Malaysia and How to Boost Your Immune System during this Coronavirus Pandemic

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Your first line of defence is to prevent the virus from entering your body. Measures include social distancing, face mask and hand hygiene. Your second line of defence is your immune system. Your third line of defence will be the care given to you in the hospital.

While the treatment given to you in the hospital is not much within your control, your first line and second line of defence are very much within your control. In this article, we will focus on the roles of supplements, how it might boost your immune system and the evidence behind them.



Research has shown that supplementing with certain vitamins, minerals and other substances can improve immune response and potentially protect against illness.

However, note that some supplements can interact with prescription or over-the-counter medications you’re taking. Some may not be appropriate for people with certain health conditions. If you are on medications, be sure to talk with your doctor before starting any supplements.

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Where to Buy N95 Masks and Surgical Masks in Malaysia?

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If you have been hunting high and low for N95 masks or surgical masks in Malaysia, you are in the right place.

Update: The US Centre of Disease Control (CDC) now recommends at least wearing a face cloth in public settings in light of new evidence from recent studies that a significant portion of individuals with coronavirus lack symptoms (“asymptomatic”) and that even those who eventually develop symptoms (“pre-symptomatic”) can transmit the virus to others before showing symptoms. This means that the virus can spread between people interacting in close proximity—for example, speaking, coughing, or sneezing—even if those people are not exhibiting symptoms.


It might be difficult to get N95 and surgical masks from most of the retail pharmacy outlets (Watsons or Guardian). We have tried to purchase online as well but faced the same 'out of stock' situation.

Most likely, you are doing your online research to find out where you could buy N95 masks online in Malaysia.

Here is a list…

Coronavirus in Malaysia: What You Need to Know

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Recognizing COVID-19 symptoms
You may or may not have any symptoms! That's the take-home message as far as the coronavirus symptoms are concerned. The real danger is you will be innocently transmitting the virus to others without you actually knowing it.

This is especially important if you’re staying with your parents or your grandparents. WHO currently constitutes high-risk individuals as those with pre-existing medical conditions and elderly persons over the age of 60.

It’s also important to get yourself tested if you know for sure that you’ve been in close contact with any confirmed cases.

You can also keep up-to-date on new cases with the Ministry of Health’s (MoH) official Twitter page.
Where to go if you suspect you have COVID-19 in Malaysia? If you’re worried you may have contracted the virus, most of the government-run public hospitals are equipped to screen and admit COVID-19 patients. Do take note that most of the public hospitals do provide screening but only 27 of them…

Is Stem Cell Therapy Legal in Malaysia?

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It depends on the indications. There are established indications for stem cell therapy and there are indications under evaluation or under clinical trials.

In order to provide you with a guide to the above question, we have extracted below the relevant information from the Malaysian Guidelines for Stem Cell Research and Therapy 2009, so that you can understand and make a better informed decision.


Guidelines for Stem Cell Therapy in Malaysia

Haemopoietic stem cell and umbilical cord stem cell transplantations are the most established form of stem cell therapy. The use of other stem cells including hES (human embryonic stem cells) and somatic stem cells is considered experimental. Xenotransplantation or therapies involving the use of animal stem cells or animal cells are currently prohibited.

Indications for stem cell/cell-based therapies 
1. Standard/established 
(a) The current indications for HSC therapy (HSCT) are listed in the National Guidelines for Haemopoietic Stem Cell Therapy
2. P…

Klinik Dr Inder Reviews 2019 / 2020

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Klinik Dr Inder, is a modern world class medical aesthetic clinic that offers an extensive range of aesthetic treatments for MEN and WOMEN of all ages. Led by Dr Inder and her well trained team of professionals and nurses, Klinik Dr Inder specializes in offering unique and personalized services which are clinically proven to improve and enhance BEAUTY from the inside as well as the outside.

Klinik Dr Inder uses modern technologies and techniques that meet international standards.



Clinic Location and Address:
P-G-022, PJ Centrestage, Jalan 13/1, Seksyen 13, 46200 Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia

Direction: Once you reach Best Western Hotel, park your car at basement and take lift to the lobby. Walk out of the lobby, turn left and walk about one minute.

WhatsApp:+60 12 2998845


Klinik Dr Inder Reviews

Overall Rating: 4.9/5 on Facebook.
2019 Reviews
Posted 4th January 2019 on google
more than pleased ! thank you so much dr Inder and the whole team. amazing work ethic and teamwork. no w…