lizard crawls into house and injures baby

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HEARING a scraping sound while putting up the curtains in the living room, a housewife was stunned to see that a monitor lizard had wandered into the house.
More shockingly, the reptile quickly moved to the adjoining bedroom and crawled up to where her two-month-old baby was sleeping, Sinar Harian reported.
“I quickly rushed to the bed to pick up my child and panicked when I saw traces of blood on the little girl's head,” said Nor Faizah Aziz, 27, when relating the incident which occured at 11.30am on Tuesday at her house in Pendang, Kedah.

Her family called the local Civil Defence Corps to catch the 5kg reptile while she rushed to a clinic to have little Eryna Insirah Mohd Redzuan, who had scratches and light injuries on her head, treated.
Pendang civil defence operations chief Izzudin Inus Meah said it took them five minutes to trap the scaly intruder which vomited out a kitten before it was caught.

He said the lizard would be handed over to the wildlife department, adding that it was a rare case since the corps had mainly dealt with snakes slithering into homes previously.
> Suspicions about an adulterous husband as well as worries about poor-performing children and being jobless have led to much of the stress among Malaysian women, reported Berita Harian.
Those with jobs worry they have to work much harder to gain recognition compared with men and they are anxious to give a good impression of themselves to others.
Clinical sociologist Datuk Dr Wan Halim Othman said women were sticklers for perfection which is the main cause for stress.

“If not curbed, stress levels will continue to rise resulting in abnormal behaviour,” said Dr Wan Halim on the Nielsen survey which listed Malaysians as the 16th most stressed women in the world.
However, he said being in the 16th place was quite good and showed local women knew how to handle stress, compared with women in India who have to deal with economic issues.
Malaysia Social Institute director Assoc Prof Dr Mohd Fadzil Che Din said Malaysian women placed great emphasis on their careers, especially when they were given opportunities to take posts previously dominated by men.

“Women have to work twice as hard but receive half the recognition because some perceive they are not as good as men.
“Self-improvement for women include more personal aspects. Women need to look after themselves more compared with men,” he added

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