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· May, 2008

Stories about Health from May, 2008

Bahrain: The Ideal Woman

Israel: Holy Land Rehab? Amy Winehouse Rumor Debunked

Global Agenda for Lusophone Africa

India: Healthcare models

Iran: Raise Money for Sick Mother

Kuwait: Sad for Hadeel

Lebanon: Psycological traumas

Russia: Oleg Kozlovsky Update

Trinidad & Tobago: Emergency 101

Armenia: HIV Awareness

Videos: Creativity in facing the water crisis

With two very recent natural disasters in mind: the cyclone in Myanmar and the Earthquake in Sichuan, China, the topic of getting pure and drinkable water to needy populations has...

Egypt: Sad for Hadeel

Arabeyes: Mourning for Hadeel

Saudi blogger Hadeel El Hadeef passed away exactly a month after her 25th birthday. Bloggers from around the region come together to mourn the death and celebrate the life of...

Jordan: Families not able to Eat

Japan: Earthquake aid starts healing process

The largest ever dispatch of aid to China from Japan took place last week when Japanese rescue teams were dispatched to Chongqing. Thanks expressed by Chinese in bulletin boards made...

Japan: A surge of suicides

Over the past few weeks, the Japanese media have been extensively reporting suicide cases associated with the use of hydrogen sulfide gas, providing detailed description of ingredients and methods used....

Serbia: International Day Against Homophobia

On the International Day Against Homophobia, Serbian political activist and writer Jasmina Tesanovic re-posted a statement from Labris, a Serbian lesbian human rights organization, on her blog. Sinisa Boljanovic has...

India: Dr Binayak Sen and the Government

Morocco: Living with AIDS

Pakistan: Gender segregation and health

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