Maternal deaths have fallen by 45% worldwide since 1990, statistics of the UN and the World Health Organization (WHO) show.
The Medical University in Pleven implements a second Da Vinci Surgical System for mini invasive surgery.
Bulgaria's Health Insurance Fund reserve of BGN 1.4B has been spent on pensions during GERB's office, according to Deputy Health Minister Dr. Boyko Penkov.
Childhood obesity rates are on the rise due to unhealthy diet and lack of enough movement, according to a survey of dietary and nutritional status of students in Bulgaria.
The Bulgarians spend around six times more money for their cars than for their health, shows a study of Siemens Healthcare Sector.
Bulgarian doctors will stage a protest on May 15 against financial problems in the system, as part of the Action Day of European Doctors initiative.
The European Commission has suggested the introduction of a uniform food labeling scheme, based on a three color classification.
A great part of 78% of Bulgarian citizens never exercise or play sport, according to the latest Eurobarometer survey on sport and physical activity.
One in eight of total global deaths is the result of air pollution exposure, according to the new World Health Organization report, released Tuesday.
Bulgarian citizens will be able to use the European Health Insurance Card on the territory of Serbia as of June 1, 2014.
The Bulgarian graduate student Nora Pencheva will receive a US award for cancer research.
The debate on the total smoking ban in Bulgaria would be rekindled again.
Bulgaria ranks first in EU terms of stroke mortality rates, according to the Health Strategy 2014-2020.
Bulgaria and Greece will set up a regional network for exchange of organs for transplantation.
France's Louvre to Exhibit Treasures of Thracian King Seuthes III
Bulgaria Drops to 106th in World Press Freedom Index