Australian PM is to establish a medical review panel for transfers of asylum seekers.
Green Relief Inc plots a stock market listing and global expansion.
Israel is expected to approve the export of medical cannabis products.
China will advance poverty alleviation in health care, says the Health Commission.
Cages aren’t made of iron; they are made of thoughts and perplexing ideas. And those overwhelming thoughts and ideas can make you fall into depression.
Fifty-two people have died and over 48,000 affected by the dengue virus in Sri Lanka.
Rwanda made headlines as the first country to pilot blood deliveries by drone. Ghana’s parliament has now approved its own drone project, despite initial skepticism.
Cannabis for medical use in Thailand is expected to be legalised by May next year.
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Medical teams have began launching free eye surgery to 200 patients in Myanmar.
High blood pressure, also known in medical terms as hypertension, occurs when the walls of the arteries of an individual receive persistently elevated blood pressure.
This initiative launched by Dilma Rousseff, who was at that moment the president of the Federal Republic of Brazil, pursued the double purpose of guaranteeing medical assistance to the majority of the Brazilian people.
PM orders the Health Ministry to monitor hospitals providing free medical check-ups.
Construction on the Cambodia-China Friendship Medical building at Preah Kossamak hospital started yesterday and is expected to be completed in three years.
A lawyer for former opposition leader Kem Sokha, who is currently on bail as his treason case progresses, has called on Phnom Penh Municipal Court to conclude its investigation and grant his client permission to pursue medical treatment overseas.
The fight against Ebola has advanced more in recent years than in any before.
Dr Beat Richner, the founder of the Kantha Bopha Children’s Hospitals, has died at the age of 71.
Dr Beat Richner, the founder of the Kantha Bopha Children’s Hospitals, has died at the age of 71. Dr Richner was born on March 13, 1947, and died at 2:45am today in Zurich, Switzerland.
The Philippines is willing to provide Libyan hospitals with medical teams.
Medical products importer Reaksmey Sour faces legal action over producing pharmaceutical products illegally.
Depression, a common and serious medical illness, is one of the most debated mental health issue around the world.
Saudi Arabia has stopped all medical treatment programs in Canada and is coordinating for the transfer of all Saudi patients.
State-actors are likely behind Singapore’s biggest ever cyber attack to date.
The rapidly growing medical industry will take the spotlight in September.
Lebanon is considering legalising the cultivation of cannabis for medical purposes.
South Korean investors are very interested in partnering up with local businesses.
Labour ministry will begin to fine factories lacking a medical facility.
It isn’t a secret that Cambodia’s medical sector is still expanding. But there is more to be done in hospitals and clinics and certainly more training is needed for doctors, nurses and other medical practitioners.
After attending a forum by the provincial Department of Commerce 53 children and 22 women were afflicted with food poisoning and required medical treatment.
Searching for a medical information platform? Sokhakrom will provide with more than just that. Sokhakrom is a mobile application that features essential information about Cambodia’s health care system.