AIDS looks vastly different today than it did the last time the International AIDS Conference was hold in South Africa 16 years ago. VOA Khmer's Hong Chenda narrates.
Research shows a slow decline in new HIV infections worldwide, while death from HIV/AIDS continue to fall.
Of the 292 people so far identified as having contracted HIV in the outbreak, some 276 are known to be receiving antiretroviral drugs while the other 16 have since died.
Oeople caught smoking in areas where the ban applies will face fines of between 20,000 riel (about $5) and 50,000 riel (about $12.50).
In Nigeria, the fight against Malaria is constant. Health officials there urge people who think they have the disease to get tested at a medical facility. VOA Khmer's Sreng Leakhena narrates.
Running out of cooking oil or need some dressing for you salad? The solution may be crickets from your backyard. Scientists are turning insects into a source of edible - and healthy - oil. VOA Khmer's Hong Chenda narrates.
The countdown is under way to the Summer Olympics, which will start on August 5th in Rio de Janeiro. VOA Khmer's Sreng Leakhena narrates.
Economic growth has led to 'unhealthy products' being more available in rural areas and to poor and middle class families.
In his speech, Hun Sen pointed to the lack of specialized doctors in Cambodia, which he said was the reason many people go overseas for treatment.
According to the statement, only four out of 279 people tested positive for the virus in Peam village in February.
The ban, which includes penalties of up to $12 in fines, follows the January announcement from Prime Minister Hun Sen that he had finally quit smoking after 30 years.
Jiu jitsu—which was first brought to Cambodia about 20 years ago—is gaining more popularity in the country, especially among expatriates.