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Overcoming infertility

A young couple walks through the entrance to the National Mother and Newborn Hospital with anxious faces because they have something important to discuss with a doctor.

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- Make ‘End Malaria for Good' a shared reality
Malaria still continues to harm or end many lives in Laos and elsewhere each year even though the disease is preventable.
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- Depression and its prevention
Even though depression is not a preventable condition, there are still measures that you can take to keep yourself and your loved ones happy, balanced, and stable. With effective preventative measures, you can take steps to address your depression before it becomes a problem. . . .. More >>>
- Typhoid fever alert
Eat well-cooked food, drink boiled water, and keep your home environment clean to prevent disease
While the Ministry of Health is campaigning on the prevention of dengue fever in the upcoming wet season, it's also a time to be alert to the dangers of typhoid fever. . . .. More >>>
- Waste not, want not and WASH - key words for World Water Day
World Water Day is recognised worldwide on March 22 every year and is a timely opportunity to revisit the importance of access to clean water that many of us take for granted. . . .. More >>>
- Medicinal plant, phak ka dao , a new choice for breast cancer treatment
Lao women suffering from breast cancer are more hopeful of survival after the Association of Breast Cancer Disease in Laos found a reduction in the mortality rate through early screening, intervention and diagnosis and consumption of a plant known as phak ka dao , which has traditionally been used in the treatment of disease. . .. More >>>
- Medics mull strategies to cope with health impacts of climate change
Senior Lao doctors and ministry and institution officials have discussed public health strategies in response to climate change adaptation, sharing important information provided by a recent study for policy makers on the impact of climate change on women's sexual reproductive health and rights (SRHR). . .. More >>>
- Medics mull strategies to cope with health impacts of climate change
Senior Lao doctors and ministry and institution officials have discussed public health strategies in response to climate change adaptation, sharing important information provided by a recent study for policy makers on the impact of climate change on women's sexual reproductive health and rights (SRHR). . .. More >>>
- Coping with allergies
He was always holding a cloth or tissue to clean up a running nose as he suffered for one month. He took medicine three times a day as a pharmacist advised but the condition was not any better and worse at night when the temperature dropped. . .. More >>>
- Eating fruits, vegetables healthier for digestive system
He likes eating warm dried buffalo skin, nangkhem . He likes fried buffalo tendon, cheun-en . He eats these chewy snacks with beer and sometimes with stronger alcoholic drinks. . .. More >>>
- Tobacco control needs more govt backing to generate revenue and save lives
The launch of a landmark global report on the Economics of Tobacco and Tobacco Control confirmed what most governments already know, that higher taxes can generate more revenue and save lives. . .. More >>>
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