Hundreds of Filipinos gathered at the Philippine Embassy at Norodom Boulevard to get services on general health, cardiology, dental, pediatrics, dermatology, acupuncture and reproductive health. Some foreign nationals were also able to get free check-up.
SAMAPI, an organisation of Filipino workers in Cambodia, held a free medical mission for all its members on March 17 at the Philippine Embassy in Phnom Penh.
How many times in your life have you heard your mother or grandmother say “eat your greens”? More than once, for sure. While being told this multiple times may dissuade you from doing exactly what you are asked to, they actually have a good point.
Women of the world, rejoice. It is that time of the year again where the world celebrates International Women’s Day. Being the primary focus of the day, it is only apt to start a discourse on empowering women through the knowledge of good health.
The Agriculture Ministry issues tighter regulations on pig and cattle importers to prevent diseased animals.
Health warnings for smokers have never been clearer. But what about the health of the planet? DW’s Irene Banos Ruiz reports that cigarette butts, are the most common item of single-use plastic waste in the world – and that’s only one piece of the puzzle.
my faithful Cambodian patient who travels frequently to Thailand, once asked me provocatively, “Do you know that 1,500 Cambodians are queuing up at a particular hospital in Thailand every day?”
Labour Minister reminds workers to take care of their health.
Dr. Mengly J. Quach, a medical doctor and the founder of one of the top schools in the capital, talks to Agnes Alpuerto about Cambodia’s health and education sectors, and how these two can go together to ensure healthier, stronger and wiser Khmer people.
Japan provides over $900k for children’s surgical systems and ordnance clearing.
Veng Sakhon, Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries, ordered all provincial departments to monitor the health conditions of livestock during the upcoming hot season.
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.
Japanese agrees to grant $400,384 to improve maternal and child health in Takeo..
Health Ministry reminds women to regularly check health from the start of pregnancy.
Nearly 30 workers at the Baihong Cambodia lighting factory faint.
Coffee – an elixir of life – discovered six centuries ago, has grown to be the champion of all brews in this century. Why is this so? Is coffee beneficial to health? Let us explore what science has got to say about this “brew of the century”.
A generation of music-lovers are damaging their hearing with audio players that do not limit dangerously high noise levels, the UN health agency said earlier this week.
You need a healthy pancreas in order for food digestion to go on smoothly and also to regulate the body’s blood sugar levels through the insulin it produces.
Health has always been a major public issue for Southeast Asian countries, but only in recent years has it become a priority for policy-makers.
Health Ministry publishes a list of more than 400 health centres offering treatment for mental disorders and drug abuse.
Cambodia’s embassy in Thailand issued an announcement asking to all Cambodians presently in Thailand to guard their health, especially in regard to PM2.5 particulate matter.
Organ transplantation has long been a controversial topic due to various ethical, religious, legal and social factors. Regardless, the fact remains that the procedure, when done correctly, can help save lives.
Fiji has recorded 69 cases of leptospirosis this season, with four deaths.
The Ebola outbreak in Congo is extending southward into a “high security risk area,”.
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.
Israel is expected to approve the export of medical cannabis products.
(WHO) warns that migrants may be susceptible to chronic diseases due to poverty.
Health officials in Gaza, have warned of an unprecedented humanitarian catastrophe.
Preah Sihanouk authorities distribute 30 garbage trucks in four communes.
In a world divided by conflict and greed, the Global Fund’s fight against AIDS, tuberculosis, and malaria is a matter of enlightened self-interest and a reminder of how much humanity can accomplish when we cooperate to save lives.