CHPAA is a non-profit organization providing free medication and treatment services and regular education to Cambodians.
Officials were quick to clarify that no humans had been found to have been infected by the H5N1 virus.
Two years after a state of emergency was declared in Flint, Michigan because of lead-poisoned water, residents have been assured their water is now safe. VOA Khmer's Guech Heang Lim narrates.
The African giant pouched rats can sniff out the deadly disease faster and as accurately as a lab.
Doctors in the U.S. are increasingly employing a new approach when treating tumors, thanks to the new technology of genomic sequencing. VOA Khmer's Sou Pichchinda narrates.
Sientists hope their sniffing skills will speed up efforts to detect the deadly disease in major cities across the world.
Some fear its spread to other malarial regions, but for now many Cambodian and Vietnamese health officials and international experts see no public health crisis.
WHO, other aid agencies and donors pledge to end cholera by 2030.
Malaria in Cambodia is caused by two types of viruses transmitted by female mosquitos, according to the CNM.
In what is being called the first study of its kind, medical researchers have attempted to quantify the rise in opioid-related admissions and deaths at U.S. hospitals. VOA Khmer's Sou Pichchinda narrates.
Report funded by Gates Foundation indicates countries' ranking on health-improvement goals set by UN members.
Cambodia, Niger, and Zimbabwe are among the 10 countries covered by the report are linking their response to malnutrition and water by bringing together the responsible agencies, according to charity WaterAid.