Today is International Day of Persons With Disabilities.
And today, we’d like to bring your attention to some disabilities that are not immediately obvious, specifically, ostomy. Living with a hidden disability, such as having a stoma, can make daily life more challenging because of the disability itself and also because it’s difficult for others to recognise, acknowledge or understand the challenges faced.
Does an ostomy qualify as a disability?
Did you know that 13.4% of Malaysians experience gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD)? 
GERD is a chronic condition of your stomach acid frequently flowing back into the esophagus, which is the tube that connects your mouth and stomach.  This constant acid reflux can cause many troublesome symptoms and damage to the esophagus in the long run.
Signs & Symptoms...
Are you wondering how often you should change your ostomy bag (also known as stoma bag)?
Generally, changing your ostomy bag every 3-5 days would be a good idea.
If you have a Colostomy...
How do you tell if something’s wrong with your heart?
Here are some signs you should especially watch out for.