Public distrust of vaccines means that the world is taking a step backwards in the fight against lethal but preventable diseases, said experts quoted by the BBC and the Bulgarian National Radio.
Life is becoming fast with the passage of time, and most of you out there have little time to focus on your health.
The Bulgarian state prohibits the preparation and supply of fried foods, cakes, wafers and candies in kindergartens, children's care facilities, and children's camps.
On the occasion of the World Blood Donor Day - June 14, the Bulgarian Red Cross and the National Center for Clinical and Transfusion Hematology (NCTH) will award the long-time voluntary and gratuitous blood donors with honorary plaques.
Most infections are treatable and can easily be prevented, reported NOVA TV.
It will allow continuous, automatic and remote observation of elderly people living alone, reported NOVA TV.
"In case of a tick bite we recommend seeking medical attention, especially when it comes to children or when the tick has entered deep into the human skin.
More and more children at school and pre-school age develop arterial hypertension, also known as high blood pressure.
Scientists found that a drug named Kisqali (ribociclib )is effective in fighting breast cancer.
Free medical examinations for patients with headaches will take place in University Hospital for Neurology and Psychiatry "Sveti Naum" "from 3rd to 7th June this year.
The number of measles cases in Bulgaria continues to grow.
Last year, about 110,000 people died in Bulgaria, nearly 15% of them, or about 17,000 people suffering from some form of cancer, show Eurostat data on mortality rates in EU countries and adverse health effects from smoking , which is a major trigger for m
Bulgaria is lagging behind the rest of the EU in terms of restrictions that limit smoking outside.
The methadone’s supplies that treats 3,000 drug addicts runs out because the supplier company contract has expired.
792 cases of measles have been registered in the country since 12 February, Professor Todor Kantardjiev, Director of the National Center for Infectious and Parasitic Diseases (NCIPD), told BNR.
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