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1. news | 13 Dec 2013
» 007 boozed so much that in all reality he would have had the tremulous hands of a chronic alcoholic, according to an offbeat study published by the British Medical Journal (BMJ).
2. news | 13 Dec 2013
» London - James Bond's "shaken not stirred" martini habit likely made him an impotent alcoholic, according to a study published Friday in the British Medical Journal.
3. learning | 25 Jan 2012
About health & the law
» In 1995 during childbirth Jureerat was left unattended under anaesthesia & died. 16 years later the Supreme Court has decided medical error caused her death.
4. learning | 05 Nov 2010
» Medical tourism could draw doctors out of an already struggling public health care system and endanger its very existence.
5. learning | 20 Jun 2012
» Thailand leads Asean with 1.4 million foreign patients but Asian Economic Community in 2015 means changes in medical education & maybe importing nurses.
6. business | 20 Nov 2013
» Thailand's geographical advantages prompted New Zealand firms to consider expanding their presence to Southeast Asia using Thailand as a regional hub, says New Zealand Prime Minister John Key.
7. news | 21 Oct 2013
» Spinner Sohag Gazi is hoping to repeat the all-round heroics he showed in the drawn first Test against New Zealand as Bangladesh seek a rare series win against New Zealand this week.
8. learning | 08 Sep 2011
» A proposed law that makes it easier for patients who suffer from medical errors (malpractice) may just disappear, if not acted on soon by parliament.
9. news | 01 Nov 2013
» About 500 medical staff and personnel from various hospitals yesterday hit the streets to voice their opposition to the government's blanket amnesty bill.
10. learning | 25 Nov 2010
» For specialized medical treatment doctor don't actually have to be present in a far-away village or town. Internet-based technologies allow for remote treatment.