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Turkey is facing the challenges of an increasing rate in the use of synthetic drugs, in what experts have cited “narco-terror” as the cause of it.
The Health Ministry will introduce a quick test to determine the necessity of patients taking antibiotics in a bid to prevent excessive use of the medicine, as Turkey ranks top among Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) countries for antibiotic use.
The Turkish Health Ministry and the Turkish Atomic Energy Authority (TAEK) have begun to install “radon sensors” in Turkish homes to determine the in-house measured values of radon gas, which makes up the majority of the radiation that stems from natural sources
A man living in the western province of Manisa has applied to the provincial pharmacy unit of a health directorate after cardiac drugs failed to dissolve in his body within 24 hours on suspicion of being fake
The right to early retirement, which is only provided to the mothers of autistic children who are in need of constant care, will be expanded to include fathers as well as other persons responsible for caring for the children as part of a new government plan
ANKARA - Anadolu Agency
Hospitals in Turkey are currently treating more than 70 people who have been injured in recent terrorist attacks, Health Minister Recep Akdağ told reporters in Ankara on Jan. 11
CUPERTINO, California - The Associated Press
Apple is marking World AIDS Day by giving more than 400 of its stores a makeover in red
A massive flu epidemic has spread across Turkey, with the Turkish Health Ministry announcing that one in three people is suffering from the disease in the country amid a drop in temperatures.
The Turkish Health Ministry is planning to make every citizen receive checkups by setting up “healthy living centers” slated to accommodate 50,000 people each
İZMİR – Anadolu Agency
İzmir’s hot springs have been serving as a center for therapy and healing for many visitors from Turkey and around the world.
A man survived miraculously after his heart stopped beating 40 times in an hour after undergoing bypass surgery in the eastern province of Erzincan, Doğan News Agency has reported
A prototype vaccine for Ebola may be “up to 100 percent effective” in protecting against the deadly virus, the World Health Organization (WHO) said Dec. 23
Professor Necmettin Pamir has been elected as the head of the World Academy Neurological Surgery (WANS), becoming the first Turkish professor to gain the title