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1. news | 30 Jan 2015
» Health advocates and ethnic groups yesterday called on the the Public Health Ministry to grant more than 200,000 stateless people the right to health care services.
2. news | 24 Feb 2015
» Internal strife at the Ministry of Public Health looks set to persist after the ministry's permanent secretary's office (PSO) and the National Health Security Office (NHSO) failed to sign a proposed memorandum ...
3. news | 22 Feb 2015
Newspaper section: Spectrum
» While acknowledging Myanmar needs help, Cynthia Maung is not optimistic that a $100 million (about 3.2 billion baht) agreement with the World Bank for essential health services will benefit ethnic community health organi...
4. opinion | 06 Feb 2015
Newspaper section: News
» The conflicts between the Public Health Ministry and the National Health Security Office (NHSO) are undermining the welfare of 48 million people under the universal healthcare scheme. They must come to an end.
5. news | 27 Jan 2015
» The Public Health Ministry has ordered health checks on villagers living near a gold mine in Phichit province and for treatment to be provided for those whose blood is contaminated by heavy metals.
6. business | 26 Jan 2015
Newspaper section: Business
» It is a well-known fact health care is a major expense, and unfortunately for many, a preoccupation in older age. Recently a client of mine went for his colonoscopy check-up. He had been going to the same doctor for the ...
7. news | 12 Jan 2015
» Health activists have criticised government plans to amend the National Health Security Office (NHSO) Act 2002 by charging for user services.
8. learning | 25 Nov 2014
Easy English news
» The Sierra Leonean man who failed to report to health officials for monitoring for possible Ebola has been found healthy and without fever and he will leave Thailand today, a senior health official said on Tuesday.
9. learning | 25 Sep 2012
» 20% of Thais suffer from mental health problems but only 3 million went to hospital & only 1 million get regular treatment.
10. opinion | 24 Feb 2015
Newspaper section: News
» The past century saw tremendous progress towards ending poverty and improving lives in low- and middle-income countries. Much of this progress was driven by groundbreaking advances in medicine and public health, such as ...