Sonny Inbaraj Krishnan on ageing, nursing homes and death. Is medical science ignoring personal suffering of the aged by prolonging their life?
“There isn’t much laughter in medicine but there is plenty of medicine in laughter.” Madan Kataria who is a doctor himself came to this realisation and went on to create what he called “laughter yoga”.
Mongolia’s Health Ministry urged Mongolians to properly use antibiotics.
China postpones the lifting of a ban on the trade of rhino horn and tiger parts.
Venezuelan women are leaving their country and giving birth across the border in Brazil.
The Health Ministry has issued a warning against five types of joint-soothing medication and 12 types of sex stimulants.
The Supreme Court decided to indefinitely postpone the appeal hearing of Yem Chrin, an unlicensed doctor serving 25 years in prison for spreading HIV to nearly 300 villagers in Battambang province’s Roka commune in 2014.
Drones could be used across hi-tech Singapore to deliver life-saving medical supplies.
The World Health Organisation (WHO) has donated medicine, equipment and test kits worth $2.4 million to Tanzania.
Probably unfamiliar to many, there’s a network of non-government organisations that helps create a self-empowered generation of forest-dependent communities in the region.
Sri Lanka is working with WIPO to support traditional, indigenous medicine system.
The public has been advised to avoid consuming Madura health supplements.
Richard Bates, CEO of AIA Cambodia, the largest life insurer in Asia, talks to Khmer Times.
The public has been advised to avoid consuming counterfeit coffee and MADURA health supplements.
The Health Ministry has recalled Ceng Fui Yen traditional medicines from pharmacies and traditional medicine stores nationwide.
The Health Ministry has urged people to avoid the illegal weight loss medicine Leense.
Health Ministry warns over a health product that had its registration revoked in 2010.
Health Ministry recalls the Coffee Chong Ol Mekh product from markets.
Cavemen rose early before sunrise, when the jungle air was pervaded with an abundance of fresh oxygen from the thick foliage of green canopies, shrubs and grass.
The government calls to help make Cambodia a malaria-free country.
The Senate to regulate the import and export of pharmaceutical products.
The day was dark and somber on March 20, 2018 – marking the first year of passing of my grandmother and the shocking news that day, that the vibrant, young, talented singer and friend to so many, Kak Channthy, was tragically killed in a road accident.
Interior Minister appeals to manage the health sector in order to eliminate fake products.
Admiration of one’s own appearance is vanity. However, excessive concern about it is a psychiatric disease known as body dysmorphic disorder where one becomes preoccupied with an imagined defect in one’s physical appearance leading to a time consuming ritual of mirror-gazing.
Diabetes is a complex disease, so complex that at one time, a professor of medicine said, “If you know everything about diabetes, you know everything about medicine.”
Prime Minister Hun Sen on Monday reminded the Ministry of Health to strictly examine the opening of clinics and the medicine being sold to avoid any bad impacts on the health of the people.
The Svay Rieng provincial health department permanently closes a private clinic after the owner oversteps limitations on treatment.
The court is upholding the sentence of 25 years in prison for infecting 300 people with HIV.
What started as a small Australian charity to continue the legacy of the late Professor Fred Hollows, has become an international organisation that works in more than 25 countries.