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Minister of Public Health reports 28 injuries from Victory Monument bombing

BANGKOK, 19 January 2014  At least 28 people have been injured in the bombing at Victory Monument, says the Minister of Public Health.  ...

Thais warned of 6 winter diseases

BANGKOK, 4 November 2013 People nationwide have been warned of 6 possible diseases during the cold season as more than 471,000 people were...

MPH sets up committee on removal of Kratom from narcotics list

BANGKOK, 04 Oct 13 The Minister of Public Health, Dr. Pradit Sinthawanarong, has established a committee to look into the possibility of removing...

Health minister receives WHO anti-tobacco award

COLOMBO, 3 September 2013 The World Health Organization has selected Thailand’s Public Health Minister Dr Pradit Sinthawanarong for the World No Tobacco Day Award...

Public Health boosting hospital services near Thai-Cambodian borders before AEC

SURIN, 23 August 2013 The Ministry of Public Health has hosted a seminar on health services for medical staff working in provinces bordering on...

Special Report: Thailand records threefold increase in dengue fever cases this...

The Public Health Ministry has expressed deep concerns over the dengue fever outbreak during the rainy season as the number of patients may surpass...

Public Health says chemicals contained in packaged rice are safe for...

BANGKOK, 23 July 2013 The Ministry of Public Health is to disclose the level of chemical in the packaged rice in order to raise...

Controlling measures to be taken by Public Health Min to contain...

BANGKOK, 10 July 2013 The Ministry of Public Health has warned people, children in particular, against dengue fever as well as hand-foot-and-mouth disease as...

Health Ministry on high alert for new Coronavirus

BANGKOK, 24 June 2013 The Ministry of Public Health is on high alert for possible symptoms of the deadly Middle East respiratory syndrome...

Hospitals to start implementing P4P

BANGKOK, 2 May 2013  The Ministry of Public Health’s Pay-for-Performance (P4P) initiative will be implemented in some hospitals that are ready, at the...

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