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· October, 2008

Stories about Health from October, 2008

Serbia: Courageous Mothers

Kuwait: For Ladies Only

Haiti, D.R.: Rediscovering Atlantis?

Japan: Refunds from Saizeriya

Japan: Hospital system in crisis, but how can it be fixed?

Russia, France: Update on Karinna Moskalenko

Bangladesh, India: Things that make your children taller, stronger and sharper

Recently two advertisements of childrens food products made by Nestlé and GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) aired by a Bangladeshi television channel were banned in UK. The Bangladeshi private TV channel NTV (not...

Guyana: Social Services

Malaysia: Era of contaminated food

Working in Brunei

Climate Change: Increasing The Spread of Diseases?

Melting ice caps, rising sea levels and extreme weather patterns aren't the only potential consequences of climate change. Scientists are warning that changes in global climate may also endanger public...

Syria: Farewell Om Abed

Trinidad & Tobago: Higher Standards

Indonesia: Medical tourism

Tajikistan: Investments into healthcare are equal to Ones of Sierra Leone

South Africa: A New Era In The Fight Against AIDS?

In late September Barbara Hogan was appointed as South Africa's new health minister by interim President Kgalema Motlanthe, ousting her controversial predecessor Manto Tshabalala-Msimang. AIDS activists and many South Africans...

Barbados, U.S.A.: Ordinary Joes?

Jamaica, Haiti: Blogging about Poverty

Pakistan: Daredevil elctricians

Trinidad & Tobago: Down in the Valley

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