The worst-ever Ebola outbreak has killed more than 2,400 people, as Cuba pledged the largest foreign medical team.
A British national has attempted to commit suicide in Aksai, Western Kazakhstan Oblast.
Sierra Leone announced plans to visit every home in the country of six million to track down people with Ebola and remove dead bodies.
Damel Mektepbayeva, junior researcher at Nazarbayev University, has developed a device that rapidly diagnoses sexually transmitted diseases.
Barack Obama told West Africans that Ebola could be beaten but cautioned that it would not be easy to stem the spread of the deadly disease.
Only 20 percent of infants with heart diseases receive medical aid in Kazakhstan.
National Center for Neurosurgery in Astana has successfully remove a brain tumor located close to motor cortex - the first such surgery in Kazakhstan.
The three nations at the centre of the west African Ebola outbreak were left isolated as more airlines suspended flights to the crisis zone.
Children born to women who took antidepressants during pregnancy are statistically likelier to develop the mental disorder called ADHD.
Doctors in India have removed the foetus that had been inside a woman for 36 years in what is believed to be the world's longest ectopic pregnancy.
Some Air France flight crews are refusing to board planes bound for Guinea, Sierra Leone and Nigeria over fears of the Ebola outbreak.
Over 2 thousand people require organ transplantation in Kazakhstan.
The death toll in the war-torn Gaza Strip rose above 2,000, the health ministry said as more people injured in over a month of fighting.
Kazakhstan and Canada have exchanged documents on peaceful use of nuclear power.
A candidate vaccine against the joint disease chikungunya showed promise by provoking an immune response in human trials.
Older people are likely to benefit from a high-dose flu vaccine to ward off the seasonal malaise.
For the upcoming 2014-2015 school year, there are a little over 2 applicants per a scholarship.
A newly discovered gene mutation raises a woman's risk of breast cancer and may be considered the third such inherited gene
Daily, long-term doses of aspirin can slash the risk of cancer of the digestive tract.
A teen from South Kazakhstan oblast has been diagnosed with Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever (CCHF).
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