Health Minister cautions anyone suspected of suffering from dengue fever to avoid self-treatment at home.
Health ministry is to issue a proclamation to regulate cosmetics sold online.
A digital patient record retrieval service is launched in Preah Ang Duong Hospital.
Digital patient record service launched at Phnom Penh’s Preah Ang Duong Hospital.
Health Minister reminds the public to follow the safety guidelines during floods.
Health directors are called to file court complaints against unlicensed practitioners.
Health Minister appeals to tuberculosis patients to seek treatment at state hospitals.
Health Minister Mam Bunheng on Friday appealed to tuberculosis patients to seek treatment at state hospitals instead of private ones to reduce costs.
Julien Garasny, deputy head of the United Nations Office and Drugs and Crime, yesterday met Health Minister Mam Bun Heng and told him that the UN body will continue to provide technical support to ministry officials fighting drugs and help curb drug use in the Kingdom.
Health Minister spent $21 million providing healthcare to garment workers last year.
Number of drug addicts who were treated last year rose by about 70%.
Health Minister Mam Bun Heng has issued an advisory to all people telling them to take prophylactic measures for the oncoming hot weather period.
The Health Minister is calling for people living in areas prone to malaria to take measures in order to protect themselves.
More than 2 million pilgrims from around the world brave stormy weather in Saudi Arabia to begin the annual haj ritual.
Health Minister appeals to people to take precautions in order to avoid dengue fever.
PM defends the health minister for doing a good job while blaming his state secretaries.
Health Minister orders civil servants to prioritise the implementation of new social security services for public officials.
The Health Minister calls on revellers attending the Water Festival to avoid the most crowded places at the event.