Thailand Saturday celebrated national day and the birthday of its king, Bhumipol Adulyadej, with tributes and ceremonies.
Yem Chroeum was found guilty of running an illegal clinic and, according to the verdict, “intentionally causing HIV transmission to other people,” through the reuse of dirty syringes and needles.
Yem Chroeum, 55, was accused of reusing needles and syringes on patients in his unlicensed clinic, spreading the virus.
Enormous strides have been made in adult population, but parental consent laws hinder testing for youths and contribute to 'hidden epidemic,' experts say.
Some 60,000 Cambodians in Long Beach remain plagued by post-traumatic stress, depression and other mental health issues.
Concerns grow after discovery of bacteria in China that have developed resisistance to all known antibiotic medicines.
A recent report from the World Health Organization says that processed meats can increase the odds of cancer.
The Angkor Hospital for Children has more than 500 staff, who provide free treatment to children, 1.4 million of them so far.
Cambodians in the US have twice the rate of type-2 diabetes, seven times the rate of depression, and fifteen times the rate of PTSD than the standard US population.
Parasite could undo at least a decade's worth of work to eliminate the malaria — if it spreads to Africa.
Around 150 Cambodian, Lao and Vietnamese met with members of the Southeast Asian American Health Coalition and Khmer Health Advocates, describing what they need in a proper healthcare system.