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· February, 2011

Stories about Health from February, 2011

Pakistan: Dog Fight In Abbottabad District

Uruguay: Growing Support for Decriminalizing Marijuana for Personal Use

Haiti: Preventable Suffering

Singapore: Doctor charges patient with $24.8 million bill

Cuba: The Day Zapata Died

Philippines: Village Ordinance Requires Prescriptions for Condoms

Ayala Alabang briefly became a global twitter trending topic this week. It is one of the richest villages in the Philippines which recently made headline news for passing an ordinance...

Bangladesh: Clinical Trial Of A Cholera Vaccine Raises Questions

The world's largest trial of a cheap oral cholera vaccine made by an Indian pharmaceutical company is being conducted in Dhaka, the capital of Bangladesh. Bloggers notice the information blackout...

Macedonia: Reactions to Government’s Anti-Abortion Campaign

The Macedonian government’s campaign for “explaining the consequences of abortion,” re-started during the winter holidays, incited reactions by bloggers and civil society organizations, which mainly interpret it as an attempt...

Cuba: Zapata Vive

Cuba: Psychiatric Hospital Trial Over

Haiti: Can News Ever Be Impartial?

Cuba: The Memory of Zapata

Guyana: Journalist Sharief Khan Dies

Jamaica, Haiti: Insensitive Treatment?

Cuba, Trinidad & Tobago: The Gay Agenda

Bhutan: More On Tobacco Ban

South Korea: Dead livestock draws a flocks of vultures

Jamaica: Malaria Cases

Bahrain: Protests Erupt at Salmaniya Hospital

Chaos has hit Bahrain's Salmaniya Hospital, the country's largest public hospital, after Thursday pre dawn police raid on protesters in Lulu Roundabout. Doctors had to protest to be able to...

Russia: Recreating a Traditional Village Hospital

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