World Health Organisation praises the Kingdom’s efforts to deal with a host of diseases.
Nouth Sambath discusses the health risks that people could face during the rainy season and on how to prevent them.
If eyes are the ‘window’ to the soul, then mouth is the ‘window’ to the rest of the body. People say that you can tell a lot about a person from just looking into their eyes and surprisingly, the same goes for the mouth.
A MoU with China to prevent the trans-border spread of communicable diseases.
Big words like Non-Communicable-Diseases (NCDs) are killers of modern time. They comprise some of the top killer diseases such as diabetes, hypertension, heart disease, stroke and cancer.
A list of diseases the public should be wary of during the rainy season.
Good health depends largely on the choices we make on a daily basis. While lifestyle is only one of the factors that could jeopardise our overall well-being, making an informed decision could reduce our health risks and possibly add years to our life.
Education Minister Hang Chuon Naron has issued guidelines to prevent outbreaks of diseases in all education institutions.
Since time immemorial, human beings suffer multitudes of mental and physical suffering. They have been striving to free themselves from the miseries of life. Scientists had been able to unravel some of the many hidden secrets of good health from time to time.
Today, let’s talk about one of the least mentioned, yet probably one of the most common symptoms quoted by pet owners as diarrhoea in their animals.
It is generally true that money cannot buy happiness, or even good health. However, being financially literate can help people lead healthier lives as they get to be more productive and make wiser decisions.
While it is not the leading cause of death in Cambodia, it is still important to discuss its effects and what can be done to reduce the risks of getting pancreatic cancer.
(WHO) warns that migrants may be susceptible to chronic diseases due to poverty.
A total of 2,826 people died as a result of infectious diseases in China in November.
China launches a 3-year campaign on the prevention and cure of endemic diseases.
A penal department official with the Interior Ministry raises concerns regarding the spread of communicable diseases.
Food, in general, is pretty amazing. It allows us to experiment with a multitude of flavours and experiences. Sometimes, just a bite of our favourite food may transport us back to a certain time or place.
The Health Ministry warns people of the transmission of respiratory diseases.
“Your dog has blood parasites” – I am sure those of us, pet owners, who heard this diagnosis for the first time would be shocked, desperate and certainly panic. Blood parasites sounds rather serious, dangerous and deadly.
O my gosh! NCDs sound like a group of aliens. Yeah, it is a big monstrous triple worded entity. However, as a layman, you would probably grasp the meaning better if I remind you of the song entitled, ‘Killing me softly with his song’. NCDs are somewhat like this song.
Food safety is an issue in Cambodia. Due to high pressure from pests and plant diseases, vegetable producers are still predominantly relying on chemical pesticides.
The heart has always been perceived as something of extraordinary importance in the human psyche since time immemorial.
Living healthy to one twenty is no longer just a possibility. Indeed, it is a reality to be. We live in an era where we can literally add years of healthy living to our life.
Flood victims are guided to take precautions against contracting diseases.
Agriculture Minister calls for greater oversight on food production in the country.
There are many reasons why some people die so early while others live so long. Malaysia’s current prime minister, Dr Mahathir Mohamed mesmerised many for being the oldest prime minister in the world.
Health Ministry appeals to residents across the country to be wary of seasonal diseases.
The Cambodian and Thai Health Ministries sign an agreement for cooperation.
Landslides in southeast Bangladesh kill at least 12 people, including two Rohingya.
The WHO calls on the world leaders to take urgent action against chronic diseases and mental health disorders.