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11. learning | 09 Nov 2011
» The BMA is making an all-out effort to drain floodwater from the northern outskirts through Khlong Bang Sue in the hope of protecting the heart of Bangkok.
12. learning | 30 Apr 2013
» The route of the proposed Bangkok F1 Grand Prix event would go through the heart of historical Bangkok, giving viewers the chance to see famous landmarks such as the Grand Palace, Victory Monument and Temple of Dawn. Map...
13. learning | 05 Aug 2011
» A 30% fall in pig production is likely this year from PRRSV virus. In China this disease reached epidemic proportions in 2006.
14. news | 30 Apr 2013
» Concerning heart examinations, there are so many words that confuse people, and sometimes doctors too. What's the difference between the techniques? What does each of them do? Which one do you need?
15. learning | 20 Jun 2012
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» Setting aquatic animals free near temples is a popular way of making merit, but it often results in overcrowded, unhealthy waters
16. news | 13 May 2013
Newspaper section: Life
» A skytrain commuter or not, this weekend you can be examined by medical staff and find out how healthy or unhealthy you are, not at a hospital but the Sanam Pao BTS station. And it's free of charge.
17. lifestyle | 28 Apr 2013
» Concerns about the connection between physical well-being and the food we eat have been especially strong in Thailand lately. We hear a lot about the idea that diet is an important cause of many conditions, especially ob...
18. news | 03 Apr 2013
» New tests on Tongan native Star Lotulelei, a University of Utah defensive tackle, show normal heart function and could boost his stock in this month's National Football League Draft.
19. learning | 26 May 2011
» Thousands of very sick children with heart defects await surgery each year. 20% of them die within one year of their birth.
20. news | 13 Apr 2013
Newspaper section: News
» Chulalongkorn University, in an effort to provide more space for its students and commercially develop its prime land in the lucrative heart of Bangkok, has found itself in a quagmire of reproach and recrimination.