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· July, 2010

Stories about Health from July, 2010

Vietnam: Agent Orange at Danang Airbase

South Korea: Court Reaffirmed Its Strict Stance on Chinese Medicine Licencsing

Taiwan: Build a home for bats

Cuba, U.S.A.: Reason to Smile?

Vietnam: Pale skin and beauty

East Timor: Eye care health situation

Nepal: No Toilet, No Citizenship

Nigeria: Reflections from AIDS2010

Brazil: Limits on Food Ads Shake Market Forces

The Federal Brazilian Health Surveillance Agency has ruled changes in food advertising to include warnings printed on packages, amidst strong industry reaction. Do consumers have a say in this debate?

Japan: Eating unagi eel to battle the heat

South Korea: Addiction Mutates and Permeates Korean Society

A revolting incident caused by the internet addiction has recently shocked South Korea, and the government and non-profit organizations are rushing for solutions. Korean bloggers share their analysis on the...

Africa's Hunger Hardships Spur Biotech Debate

Many solutions have been proposed to help combat hunger in Africa, but one in particular remains controversial: biotechnology. Many experts suggest that genetically modified organisms could help ensure food security....

Armenia: FrontlineSMS and health care for all

Philippines: Manila Water Crisis

Metro Manila, the national capital region of the Philippines, is now experiencing a water shortage crisis with millions enduring water supply rationing. Filipino bloggers try to make sense of the...

Mexico: Women Sent to Jail in Guanajuato for Spontaneous Abortions

Portugal: Seagulls Invade the city of Porto

North Korea: Amnesty International Reveals Crumbling Health Care

Russia: Heat to new highs

Philippines: Discrimination Against Filipinos in Baltimore Hospital

Four Filipina staffers of the Bon Secours Baltimore Health System in Baltimore City were recently fired from their jobs for speaking Filipino during their lunch break. Bloggers share their views...

Singapore: Discrimination against obese health workers

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