The United Nations has warned of a possible resurgence of the deadly bird flu virus, saying that a mutant strain is spreading in Asia.
The Regional Health Inspection in Bulgaria's southern city of Plovdiv has registered a total of 144 cases of hepatitis in August.
Over half million Bulgarians or a total of 582 809 people don't have the option of selecting a general physician in the village where they live.
There are serious violations in the doctor's treatment of Milko Mihlaev, leading to the amputation of the patient's right arm.
Bulgarian police forces have captured the creators of a website selling fake or banned medicines.
The Bulgarian National Patients Rights Organization demands termination of the right to practice medicine of a doctor from the Black Sea city of Varna over an irreversible mistake.
A legislative proposal has been tabled to the Parliament of Iceland proposing to ban all sales of cigarettes, except for cases in which a medical prescription has been issued.
An ovarian tumor weighing 15 kg was removed from a British tourist Sunday by medics working at the southern Bulgarian Black Sea hospital of Burgas.
Thirty thousand residents of the Bulgarian capital Sofia participated Sunday in the Live Actively campaign organized by the Sofia Municipality in order to make walking and cycling more popular as means of transportation in the city.
Four workers of the Gitava company, based near the Southern Bulgarian town of Stambolyiski, have been exposed to strong gamma radiation.
A US company specializing in bio medicines has started a campaign in Bulgaria for finding subjects for extensive clinical trials, motivating its move with the bad state of the Bulgarian health care system.
Several cases of anthrax on livestock have been discovered near the Turkish-Bulgarian border in the village of Yeni Kadin, Odrin Region, Turkey.
The Military Medical Academy (MMA) and the Ministry of Interior Hospital (MIH) in Sofia will be merged as of January 01, 2012, Interior Minister Tsvetan Tsvetanov announced during a round table discussion Monday at the Council of Ministers.
Medicines for stomach ulcer, heartburn, gastritis, constipation and diarrhea are the best-selling drugs in Bulgaria, announced Prof.
The second test carried out after the suspicious death of a 66 year-old man in the southeastern Bulgarian town of Haskovo Friday proved the deadly E. Coli bacteria was not the cause.
The shipment of Bulgarian mushrooms destroyed in the UK due to excessive radioactivity is an isolated case that has nothing to do with the aftermath of the Chernobyl disaster, according to the head of the Bulgarian Food Safety Agency.
Authorities in Britain seized and destroyed a ton of Bulgarian dried wild mushrooms after discovering excessive levels of radiation in them.
Half a year after it was acquired by France's Veolia Environnement, Sofiyska Voda, the company operating water supply and treatment services for the Bulgarian capital Sofia, has been criticized for the poor quality of the vital liquid.
France's Louvre to Exhibit Treasures of Thracian King Seuthes III
Bulgaria Drops to 106th in World Press Freedom Index