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1. learning | 21 Dec 2011
» Mosquitos breed in stagnant floodwater & bring with them dengue fever & encephalitis. Thai herbal medicines help drive mosquitos away.
2. learning | 31 Aug 2014
» ZMapp, which may or may not cure Ebola in humans, is very effective with monkeys, scientists report. Results in humans have been inconclusive, but the monkey findings give new hope the drug will one day be a cure for the...
3. news | 04 Jan 2015
» A well-known herbal healer in Kanchanaburi has offered to give his 100 deer, worth about one million baht, to any kind-hearted people to raise on a pre-condition that they must not sell them.
4. lifestyle | 09 Dec 2014
HOLIDAY TIME: Wellness
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» Spa Cenvaree at Centara Grand Mirage Beach Resort, Pattaya provides an oasis of relaxation and rejuvenation with "Heavenly Care Spa Membership". For an annual 12 month membership fee of Bt10,000 net, you can enjoy spa tr...
5. learning | 10 May 2012
» As forests disappear so do the herbal plants used in Thai traditional medicine, special protection areas & methods to grow outside of forest needed.
6. learning | 16 Aug 2011
» Relaxation, detoxification, herbal medicine, beauty, massage, exports of cosmetics, soaps, skin care products, so many sides of a growing industry.
7. learning | 06 May 2011
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» As a major food producer and exporter, new food industry technologies are an essential part of proactive government policy.
8. learning | 23 Feb 2011
» Research on wrinkle-fighting jasmine rice products and a 20-year quest to compile 200,000 formulas of Lanna herbal medicines.
9. news | 09 Dec 2014
» Development aimed at improving people's lives is key to solving the problems in the far South and ending the violence in the insurgency-plagued region, National Security Council (NSC) secretary-general Anusit Kunako...
10. learning | 16 Jul 2014
» Chinese tourists spend most on tax-free shopping, 102,000 foreign workers registered & researchers working on cure for crop-destroying disease.