Bulgaria's Health Ministry has reiterated that it will launch a campaign for the prevention of suicides in the country.
Master of Pharmacy Lidiya Neycheva has been appointed Deputy Health Minister.
Lab tests have revealed that one more Bulgarian "beef" product contains a portion of horsemeat, according to the country's Food Safety Agency.
Bulgaria's caretaker Health Minister, Prof Nikolay Petrov, has mobilized all health inspectorates in the country to search for and provide assistance to people who are in danger of committing suicide.
Bulgarian emergency care workers have called for the reintroduction of the emergency phone number for medical services 150.
Bulgarian Member of the Parliament from the opposition, Maya Manolova, has accused the center-right GERB party of boycotting moving forward with improving healthcare in the country.
Swedish furniture giant IKEA has withdrawn chocolate almond cake sold in its stores in 23 countries, including Bulgaria, after it was found to contain sewage bacteria.
Doctors from all over the country staged a protest Thursday afternoon against the policy of Bulgaria's National Health Insurance Fund, saying that it has led to restricted access to medical help.
Doctors from all over the country are staging a protest Thursday afternoon against the policy of Bulgaria's National Health Insurance Fund, saying that it has led to restricted access to medical help.
Bulgarian hospitals have run up debts of nearly BGN 147.8 M, with BGN 66.3 M of them owed by the Military Medical Academy in Sofia, according to statistics of the Finance Ministry for debts of hospitals since the beginning of the term in office of the GER
Lab tests have confirmed that "beef" lasagna sold by a retail chain in Bulgaria contained horsemeat.
Medical facilities in most regional centers will carry out free and anonymous consultations and HIV tests across Bulgaria as part of a Valentine's Day campaign to raise awareness of AIDS.
Supporters of the existing full smoking ban for enclosed public spaces in Bulgaria will win overwhelmingly if a referendum takes place on the issue, according to a poll.
As the world observes World Cancer Day, Bulgarian doctors urged people to be aware and consult doctors even if they doubt a minor abscess of cancer.
Bulgarian protesters are to gather in front of the Parliament in downtown Sofia on Friday to stage a new rally in favor of "equal rights for smokers and non-smokers.
Assoc. Prof Stoyan Milanov is the new executive director of the Sofia-based Pirogov hospital, one of the busiest emergency hospitals in the country.
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