A genetic variation doubles the risk of developing calcium deposits in the heart, a common condition that, in severe cases, can narrow or block the aorta.
High-tech surgeries are held in all major hospitals of Almaty: medical expert.
Africa, India and other developing countries are awash in fake or sub-standard drugs for tuberculosis, fuelling the rise of treatment-resistant strains of TB.
The 'golden hour' rule applies to the time when victims of an accident are balancing between life and death and medical aid is most effective.
Microsoft founder Bill Gates said the battle to eradicate polio was one of the toughest the world has faced, but said it could be conquered by 2018.
A new approach to treatment of tremor and Parkinson's disease will be introduced in Kazakhstan.
Kazakhstan President has criticized construction of social facilities in Kazakhstan.
The cost for treatment will be raised in Kazakhstan hospitals to the level of foreign medical facilities.
Brazil's economic capital Sao Paulo on Monday began mandatory detention of drug addicts for rehab, authorities said, amid rising worries over an epidemic of crack cocaine use.
The surgery was made in Pavlodar's new cardio-surgery center.
A flu epidemic gripping the United States is more severe than usual, striking the elderly especially hard, health authorities said Friday as they also announced 29 child victims.
Kazakhstan Healthcare Ministry warns of a spreading virus infections in several countries.
Many seafood products, especially those used to make sushi, are used without thermal treatment, which makes them very dangerous for people's health: Zhandarbek Bekshin.
If you come to a fork on the Internet, take it. It may end up being beneficial to your health.
Kazakhstan's scientific neurosurgery center of the National Medical Holding won an honorary award - the European Grand-Prix for Quality in medicine.
According to the official statistics, maternal mortality went down almost 3-fold in the last 5 years in Kazakhstan, while infant mortality dropped 1.4-fold: press-service.
Chairman of the National Scientific Cardiac-Surgery Center Yuriy Pya assured President Nazarbayev that Kazakhstan people no longer had to go abroad for heart surgeries.
There is no strong evidence for the efficacy of a cannabis-based drug used in Britain to treat muscle spasms in multiple sclerosis (MS) patients.
We have no waitlists of those who require transplantation, as there are more and more patients every year; some of them die: expert.
190,682 new diabetics were registered in Kazakhstan in the beginning of 2011.
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