What is the largest gland in the human body which also has over 500 vital functions? The answer is none other than the liver. Located on the upper right-hand portion of the abdomen, it sits below the diaphragm and above the stomach.
No alcohol ads during Visak Bochea Day in May and Meak Bochea Day in February.
Information Minister says the ministry will consider restricting the advertisement of alcoholic beverages.
A global upshot in cannabis legalisation has led to a “green rush” by investors.
The Ministry of Commerce yesterday held a meeting with the Supreme Consultative Council to discuss a sub-decree to regulate advertising for alcoholic products.
Health Ministry appeals to the public to guard their health during celebrations.
The government is called to have laws to regulate alcohol advertisements.
Cambodia Movement for Health and lawyers have requested the government to have laws to regulate alcohol advertisements which encourage people to consume alcohol despite adverse social impacts.
Cambodian Youth Party president questions alcohol advertisements.
Four monks are defrocked and expelled from a pagoda in Kampong Speu province for drinking alcohol in their rooms.
We know that too much of a good thing can be bad for us. Like sugar, for instance. While it may sweeten up the meals in our life (or possibly our days in general), excessive intake may pose short- and long-term risks to our health.
27 people have died and more than 300 poisoned after drinking bootleg alcohol.
Daun Penh police bust five men for allegedly pretending to be Buddhist monks.
Turkey doubles tariffs on some US imports including cars, alcohol and tobacco.
Amy Winehouse was an exceptional talent whose wild and too brief career was cut short seven years ago.
Prime Minister Hun Sen once again reminds the public not to consume alcohol on the eve and on the day of the national election.
The liver is an awesome organ. It is an important ‘factory and warehouse’ within our body working continuously 24/7 throughout our whole life time.
Ministry orders to cease broadcasting movies featuring alcohol consumption.
Parti Islam se-Malaysia is hopeful that it can win 40 of parliament’s 222 seats, enough to place it in the position of kingmaker.
Puok police in the Siem Reap have arrested a man for attempting to burn his wife alive while she was sleeping.
Over 60 Indonesians are dead from drinking illegal homemade alcohol.
Alcohol – the ‘Elixir of Life’ – intrigues me in many ways. Since time immemorial, it has been used in medicines and given as offerings to the gods and goddesses.
Ministry of Health produces a short video warning of consuming rice wine.
Once we are hooked, it will hardly let us go. The addictive property of cigarette is even stronger than marijuana.
Some NGOs and youth groups urge the government and relevant ministries to prevent alcohol advertisements.
Two Indonesian Christians were publicly flogged in conservative Aceh province.
Cambodia has a growing alcohol problem, but the severity of the situation seems to be masked underneath the confusing world of statistics and figures.
Sri Lanka has lifted a 39-year ban on women buying alcohol or working in places that sell or manufacture liquor.
A former Royal Cambodian Armed Forces officer is jailed for a year for drunkenly firing ten bullets in the air in front of a Phnom Penh nightclub.
A police officer is charged with intentional murder over the shooting of a security officer.