Associate Professor Dr Hazreen Abdul Majid, Head of the Centre for Population Health together with Darwish Asyraf, research dietitian and Sing Ean, a clinical dietitian from Hospital Kuala Lumpur was featured in MySinChew . The current obesity situation in Malaysia was highlighted and alerted to be on the rise in prevalence especially among the children. Many useful and practical tips on gut health have been shared in this article.
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