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  • Worries Over Drug-Resistant Malaria Strains Spreading From Cambodia

    Drug-resistant forms of malaria-causing parasites are spreading across south east Asia leading to “alarmingly high” treatment failure rates of frontline medication. Scientists say that a strain of Malaria, known as KEL1/PLA1, has evolved and picked up new genetic mutations which may make it more resistant to drugs. They are warning that strains of malaria, resistant to...

  • Rain Relief Coming For 40 Per Cent Of Every Region Of Country: Meteorological Department

    The Meteorological Department on Monday predicted rain in 40 per cent of areas around the country in the next day amid the on-going drought. In its forecast issued at 6am for the next 24 hours, the department said the rains would be unleashed because of the influence of the moderate southwest monsoon that prevails across...

  • Elle From Khon Kaen Set For A Motor Racing Career

    “Elle” at Buriram Chang International Circuit One of the biggest events to be held at the Chang International Circuit in Buriram last month, with several former formula 1 drivers taking part was the Super GT Series from Japan, which is a massively supported series in Japan and across the world.  As with all motor racing...

  • Doctor Warns Of Flu Complications

    Photo Courtesy of Dr Manoon Leechawengwongs (Facebook.com/604030819763686/) Type A Influenza can be fatal if lung infection sets in, Thai pulmonary disease expert Dr Manoon Leechawengwongs warns. The doctor cited as an example a case of 57-year-old Thai man in reasonable health and a habit of smoking half a packet of cigarette daily who caught Type...

  • Carnage On The Thai Roads: More Than 8,000 Dead So Far This Year

    Daily News reported that the carnage continues on the Thai Roads. This month alone has claimed 645 lives so far with 40 dying yesterday. Since the start of the year the total is 8,220. Daily News is running a campaign to raise awareness. They caution that the statistics are just for those that die at...