“I want people to debate about the topics that I raise—their disagreement won’t matter much to me,” says Catherine V. Harry.
Critics say fatwa from Indonesia’s top Islamic authority may see a $100 million public health campaign wasted
Experts predict 100 million will have been infected with AIDS by 2030.
Recently, authorities have arrested 10 people and confiscated more than 80 tons of fake products in Phnom Penh, including fake beer and bottled water.
Some patients refer to kidney disease as “the sell everything you have illness.”
Australian scientists celebrate breakthrough in global fight against dengue.
Hun Sen appealed to Cambodian artists and performers to disseminate educational messages about the harm drugs can cause.
Only 3 countries have never stopped transmission of polio: Pakistan, Afghanistan and Nigeria., largely because conflicts and cultural opposition thwart vaccination efforts. VOA Khmer's Hong Chenda narrates.
Rice wine is typically home-brewed and is popular at social gatherings; added alcohol that is not distilled properly contains methanol, which can kill even in small amounts.
A recent decree stated that the new control measures were intended to protect public health and promote better export-quality goods.
Sled hockey as it’s known in many parts of the world, maybe the next curling. The Paralympic sport is rapidly gaining popularity in the US, especially in New York City. VOA Khmer's Sou Pichchinda narrates.
An imported vaccine was suspected last year of failing; now the government is trying to ease panic as lawmakers probe former officials.