Kima the cheetah lies unconscious on an operating table while blood samples are taken and a monitor beeps in the background, being treated for the ravages of old age.
The Health Minister calls on revellers attending the Water Festival to avoid the most crowded places at the event.
A mental health expert warns that parents are allowing their children too much screen time.
Chhum Phallay quit a well paying job to work as a trainer and fitness coach at Mepla Private Fitness because she was looking for inner peace.
Villagers in Korki commune are now eligible for free health checks.
Cambodia has 15,216 new cancer cases every year with a mortality rate as high as 74 percent, figures from the International Agency for Research on Cancer show.
Sunrise Japan Hospital Phnom Penh will launch a paediatric care service early in 2018 after an increase in interest from Cambodian clients.
The Health Ministry sends a warning to a man who claims to be able to heal without touch.
Researchers got more than 600 men in Britain to rate the “quality” of their marriage at two points in time – when their child was three, and then again aged nine.
The Svay Rieng provincial health department permanently closes a private clinic after the owner oversteps limitations on treatment.
Prime Minister Hun Sen orders the Health Ministry to investigate the well-being of villagers living within the vicinity of an estimated 15 chemical bomb sites.
Hundreds of charcoal kilns will be moved after locals voiced their health concerns.
Japan Life Clinic has been established in cooperation with the government to provide disease prevention and treatment services, particularly relating to kidney disease.
Interior Ministry officials vow to crackdown on all kinds of counterfeit products in the country, singling out fake and tainted food.
The Taiwanese owner of the Xline Fitness Club invested about $300,000 in the new centre in Cambodia along Street 592 in Khan Tuol Kork.
We all want to be healthy but many people don’t know how to achieve that. And the road to good health is not the same for everyone.
Hun Sen is asking people to avoid vegetables grown with chemicals to help local farmers.
Kampong Cham police are investigating a case of food poisoning which has made nearly 50 people ill.
At the Rajaji government hospital in Madurai, the first in Tamil Nadu to introduce the programme, laser beams at exit points trigger alarms if untagged adults take babies out.
Police plan to crackdown on vehicle modifications, such as altered engines and mufflers, which are a public nuisances.
The Alliance for Conflict Transformation is publishing a report into challenges faced by children working on the streets.
New Zealand’s Labour Party to tax tourists to fund new infrastructure amid boom.
Fitness isn’t all about exercise; a healthy diet is just as essential. But eating right doesn’t necessarily mean eating less in order to get thinner.
Fencing resembles an old-fashioned swordfight, pitting two opponents wielding sword-like instruments against each other.
One of the best forms of exercise – and one that is effective for people of all genders and ages – is yoga.
Healthy, blemish-free, flawless skin is what all women desire, especially for their face.
When it comes to body shape, most girls and young women nowadays seek a fit, in-shape look, with a nice butt and a “six pack” of abdominal muscles. To get this shape requires adhering to a daily fitness routine.
Representatives for nearly 50 families protested yesterday asking the Phnom Penh Water Supply Authority (PPWSA) to rectify a clerical error that led to high monthly water bills for residents of two communities.