UN agencies are interested in opening hub offices in Almaty, Kazakhstan.
A quarter of Kazakhstani teenagers who committed suicide had talked about it before the actual act with their friends or family.
Kazakhstan’s Center for Prevention and Combating AIDS observes changes in the age and gender statistics for new HIV cases.
Alexey Tsoy has been appointed the new Vice Minister of Healthcare and Social Development in Kazakhstan.
The visa free regime between South Korea and Kazakhstan will increase the flow of health tourists in 2015.
Scientists from Kazakhstan have developed a new method of production of artificial blood from petroleum products.
Medical tourism is a growing sector in Kazakhstan with more than 800 foreign nationals coming to the country to be treated, including from the US, Japan and Italy.
Kazakh businessmen have raised money for a generator and sent the equipment to the Kyrgyz hospital, where doctors had to scandalously make a open heart surgery during an blackout.
25 school children and 4 teachers fainted in a Western Kazakhstan village school one after another.
Director of Kazakhstan's Center for Healthy Lifestyle Marat Kurmanov said that an alarming number of infertile young couples in Kazakhstan is due to questionable values that was inoculated in the Kazakh society in the 1990s.
Medical specialists discussed Kazakhstan’s readiness for cadaveric donation both in legal and medical terms at New Vision of Transplantology press conference.
For the firs time, a kidney transplantation has been conducted in Kyzylorda.
Chairman of the Committee for Finance and Budget in Parliament’s Lower Chamber Karagusova pointed to the discrepancy between the costs and payoff of state-sponsored healthcare projects.
According to the head of the National Scientific and Practical Center on Medical and Social Problems of Drug Abuse, methadone therapy also known as opioid substitution therapy (OST) may become nationwide in Kazakhstan in 2016.
Kazakhstan has had an increase in birth rate and decease in mortality rate.
Oncologist Nasrulla Shanazarov reported on the state of oncological help in Kazakhstan at the recent International Oncological Symposium.
Kazakhstan and Turkey have the highest suicide level among 15 to 19 year olds in the world.
The UNICEF research of suicide among teens in Kazakhstan refutes negative effect of the Unified National Testing.
The Prosecutor General’s Office reported higher level of suicides among village teens in comparison to their city peers.
A committee on social and cultural development discussed results of their suicide survey among teenagers in Kazakhstan.
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