The Greek Center for Disease Control and Prevention has registered 20 cases of West Nile fever in the country since the beginning of this year.
Experts are analyzing contaminated egg products imported from the Netherlands to two establishments in France, one of four countries the European Union notified Monday that some eggs contaminated with an insecticide may have crossed their borders, reporte
''There is no financial opportunity to appoint more Emergency medical services on the Black Sea coast during the summer season than we need.
20,000 people went through Pirogov in one of the two holiday months - July.
Pink camper will help women with breast cancer.
The parliament will review the resignation of Glinka Komitov who resigned last week without pointing out any reasons.
Health inspectors will carry out planned and random checks on the quality of food and water in the resorts at the Bulgarian seaside.
Cyberknife has been introduced for the first time in Bulgaria at Sveti Georgi (Saint George) university hospital in the city of Plovdiv.
The Parliament wants an e-healthcare system with all its components to be installed and implemented in a 2-year term, the MPs decided after a debate on a strategy for hospital development in Bulgaria, FOCUS News Agency reported.
The beaches in Varna city and nearby resorts already have medical teams, a reporter of FOCUS Radio - Varna said.
The introduction of e-prescription is expected to cost around BGN 12 million, Konstantin Kachulev, chairman of the regional pharmaceutical association – Blagoevgrad announced, according to FOCUS Radio – Pirin.
On Wednesday, the largest local emergency hospital Pirogov will receive as a donation the first specialised ambulance for newborns and children in Bulgaria, worth over BGN 150 000, the hospital’s press office said.
''Children who receive family allowances under the Family Allowances for Children Act are about 26,000 and this year’s budget provides for payments of over BGN 160 million'', Minister of Labour and Social Policy Biser Petkov said at a briefing at the Coun
In Germany, Great Britain, Belgium and Scandinavia pay 5000 euros a month.
Bulgaria’s Supreme Administrative Court has annulled finally the regulation for the admitting and discharge of patients from hospitals only after fingerprint identification.
Bulgaria's Health Ministry has postponed the introduction of fingerprint identification in the outpatient sector.
The number of doctors leaving Bulgaria in search of better perspectives abroad has falled over the past two years, former Deputy Health Minister Vanyo Sharkov has said.
50% more Chinese Tourists in Bulgaria
Potentially Defective Aluminum was used by All Car Manufacturers in Japan