Cholnan Srikaew

BANGKOK, May 5--- Thailand’s Public Health Ministry revealed that cervical cancer kills 14 Thai women a day or around 5,200 women per year.
Rayong residents seeking medical care due to effects from industrial pollution and poisoning increased 50 percent in 2012 compared to 2011, according to a provincial public health official.

Thais told to ‘kick’ 5 bad habits

Tuesday, 25 December 2012 13:54
BANGKOK, Dec 25 – Stress, smoking, drinking alcohol, a lack of exercise and inappropriate eating are five unwanted behaviours that kill Thai people.