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Traveller with confirmed case of measles passed through Pearson airport

A traveller with a confirmed case of measles passed through Pearson Airport on Feb 22., according to Niagara Region Public Health. The health agency says the person contacted the infection while traveling in Cambodia and China before returning to Toronto.

World’s healthiest countries according to Wellness Index

The study’s results reveal that economic health doesn’t always mean actual health — surprisingly low rankings for G20 countries.

Study shows economic burden of dengue fever

Researchers have now conducted an analysis of the economic burden of dengue fever in Burkina Faso, Kenya and Cambodia.

Cambodia breaks ground for construction of China-funded hospital in southeastern province

Tboung Khmum - Cambodia on Friday broke ground for the construction of Cambodia-China Friendship Tboung Khmum Hospital here.

Mother’s Death in Childbirth Sparks Outcry in Cambodia

Prak Soda and Suon Sakhen, high school sweethearts, married seven years ago. Lifelong residents of Svay Rieng province, one of Cambodia’s poorest, they were expecting an uneventful delivery of their second child earlier this month.

Concern over Vietnam swine fever

An outbreak of African swine fever (ASF) in Vietnam is threatening Cambodia’s domestic pig market, with industry insiders concerned that illegally imported pigs could bring the disease to Cambodia.

Cambodia sees zero death from malaria for 1st time last year

Cambodia has reported zero death from malaria in 2018, achieving its self-imposed target three years earlier, Huy Rekol, director of the National Center for Parasitology, Entomology and Malaria Control, said Wednesday.

US Doctors to Provide Free Treatment in Kampong Thom Province

More than 100 medical practitioners will take part in the mission, which is the ninth annual mission carried out by CHPAA.

Collaboration Brings Beetle Collection and Curation From Illinois to Cambodia

Tommy McElrath, Ph.D., held on tight to the back of the motorcycle as he and collaborator Sophany Phauk swerved through honking, congested holiday traffic in Phnom Penh.

We Need to Stop Drug-Resistant Malaria at Its Source, Right Now

Immediate, targeted interventions in Southeast Asia could prevent a pandemic.

NHS bosses spend £1m sending medics to multi-millionaire Angelina Jolie’s charity in Cambodia despite...

Medics travel to Cambodia as part of the Improving Global Health programme. Around 40 volunteers have taken part in the past decade, costing up to £1million.

Cambodians warned vs bird flu, food poisoning

The Cambodian health minister reminded all the people in the kingdom to avoid activities during the Chinese New Year festivities that might result in getting the bird flu, or food and alcohol poisoning.
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She kept losing her eyesight, and no one knew why. Then a doctor asked...

When she was 14 years old, Diana Chao began having migraines. She often felt dizzy as she walked. Sunlight seemed to pierce her skull.

Experts aim to tackle mental illness among Cambodians

Pyschologists and mental health experts said on Sunday that mental illness is curable, but there is a lack of understanding of it among Cambodians, causing them not to consult with experts.

Fighting malaria in the remote reaches of Cambodia

Malaria causes nearly half a million deaths worldwide every year.

Cervical cancer in Cambodia, prevention, diagnosis and treatment

Worldwide, 500,000 women suffer from cervical cancer each year, 80 per cent of them from developing countries.

Mystery surrounds deaths of two Korean students in Cambodia

Two Korean university students have died of an unknown cause while doing volunteer work in Cambodia, school officials said Thursday.

Lightning strikes kill 110 in Cambodia last year: spokesman

Lightning strikes claimed 110 lives in Cambodia in 2018, up 37 percent from 80 deaths recorded a year earlier, a disaster control spokesman said on Tuesday.

Malnutrition concerns raised

In conjunction with the Ministry of Health, two civil society groups on Friday expressed their concern about malnutrition among children and pregnant women in Cambodia, quoting statistics showing that almost one in three children in the Kingdom suffers from it.

Japanese vet to help Cambodia prevent rabies

A Japanese veterinarian will open a clinic in Cambodia in February to support the country's anti-rabies measures.

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Beijing’s global infrastructure drive will be in the spotlight this week when dozens of heads of state converge on the Chinese capital for the second Belt and Road Summit.