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Feb 19 2020

Atrial Fibrillation Surgery at Bumrungrad International | Actor and Producer Gary Wood shares his story

Gary Wood was the picture of good health until the night his heartbeat went out of control. It was atrial fibrillation.

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Feb 12 2020

Life is Beautiful | Myanmar Signature : The Untold Story

Life is Beautiful - Reveal the untold story of Mrs Chit Chit, 95 years old, who once dream of being a famous woman but unfortunately the war happened. Let’s see how her life unfolds.

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Jan 31 2020

Bumrungrad takes extra precautions to protect patients, guests and staff from the coronavirus.

Bumrungrad takes extra precautions to protect patients, guests and staff from the coronavirus. See how diligently the housekeeping team is working to protect the Bumrungrad campus.

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Jan 31 2020

World Cancer Day: Stepping into a cancer-free world together

Cancer remains one of the greatest enemies to our health and wellbeing in the 21st century. At the current rate, it will soon surpass cardiovascular disease as the number one cause of death. Almost none of us are untouched by cancer;

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Jan 29 2020

5 Simple ways to prevent infection

5 effective ways to protect yourself from infection. Follow the link below to see our easy-to-read slide presentation.

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Jan 28 2020

Coronavirus: What You Need to Know

There are many things still unknown about the coronavirus that originated in Wuhan, China. But there are simple steps you can follow now to help prevent infection, and signs and symptoms to look for in people who may be infected.

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Jan 27 2020

Managing Medications for Children with Asthma

Treating a child’s asthma often requires that they take two types of medication — a quick-relief medication and a maintenance medication, sometimes called controller or long-term control medicine.

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Jan 24 2020

Asthma in Children: What Concerned Parents Should Know

Asthma is the most common chronic illness in children, and its prevalence continues to grow. Recognizing the signs and symptoms can be difficult for parents who suspect their child might be affected.

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Jan 21 2020

The Anatomy of Treatment: A Pharmacist’s Perspective

“It’s common for patients to be psychologically affected upon learning that they have cancer. Cancer patients require special care, both physically and mentally.

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