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· August, 2009

Stories about Health from August, 2009

Israel: Advocating Breastfeeding in Public

Online Campaigns To Combat Spread Of HIV/AIDS

To combat the spread of AIDS, many organizations and activists worldwide are engaged with innovative and localized campaigns and initiatives. Today we will discuss some of them who use ICT...

Anguilla: The Fly

Myanmar: Cooking oil ban removed

South Africa: Health Advisory for Highway Africa participants

Barbados: Dialysis Crisis

Japan: Robot nurse bear

China admits organ harvesting as main source of transplantation

Japan’s Medical System

Laos: Expensive face masks

Cambodian Acid Survivors Charity

China: The Death of the Internet Addict Youth

Hong Kong: Poll on drug tests

Ecuador: Continuing to Face the H1N1 Virus

With the number of deaths due to the H1N1 virus across the region reaching 1300, Ecuadorians provide their opinions on how the media is informing citizens, as well as a...

Hong Kong: School drug testing scheme

The Hong Kong government insisted to go ahead in implementing the school drug testing scheme despite a growing concern over its violation of children's rights.

Moroccan single moms situation ‘highlighted’

Bloggers Reflect On HIV/AIDS Awareness In Arab World

While some bloggers in the Arab world report encountering ignorance about HIV/AIDS, others are impressed at the progress being made in destigmatising the disease.

Bahrain: Choosing A Natural Path

Haiti: H1N1 Vaccination

Trinidad & Tobago: Counting the Cost

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