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· July, 2011

Stories about Health from July, 2011

Bahamas: Taking Precautions vs. Dengue

Russia: Summer Brings Death

Jamaica, Haiti: On Creole Language

Haiti: Wikileaks & Fr. Jean-Juste

Russia: Beer Considered Alcohol

Armenia: Corruption

North Korean Defectors Living in South Korea

Cambodia: Prison overcrowding

Malaysia's first yoga festival

Bangladesh: Incompetency And Negligence Of Doctors Go Unabated

Czech Republic: Czechs Head European Marijuana Use

Bhutan: Legalizing Abortion

Morocco: A Personal Tale of Protest

The Moroccan pro-democracy movement known as February 20, struggles to communicate with the public amid a government-led campaign to discredit it. The movement primarily uses the Internet to explain its...

St. Vincent & the Grenadines: Sex Education

China: Adding shampoo into tofu

South Korea: Skin Problems Occurred by Tear Gas Solution

Russia: Worries of wildfires

Poland: Smoking and the Effects of Smoking Ban

Ukraine: Changes to Disability Laws

China: Exploding Watermelon Is Safe?

Local state media exposed that farmers in China's Jiangsu province are experiencing a problem with “exploding watermelons” due to the overuse of growth enhancing chemicals. The Ministry of Agriculture has...

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