18:50 | December 25, 2017
Today, the primary clinic of Iskhanadzor, a village in the liberated Kashatagh region of Artsakh, reopened its doors after months of renovation. Kashatagh Administration Chief of Staff Davit Davtyan, Tufenkian Foundation Executive Director Raffi Doudaklian, as well as representatives of the Artsakh Ministry of Healthcare, Berdzor Hospital and the Ishkhanadzor community attended the opening event.
23:40 | December 24, 2017
The other four contained salmonella bacteria, higher than acceptable MAFAM (Mesophilic aerobic and facultative anaerobic microorganisms) levels, and antibiotics, whose sale is restricted in Armenia and that can only be used by a physician’s prescription.
15:44 | December 18, 2017
Hetq explores the efficacy of the Gardasil vaccine imported to Armenia. The vaccine is supposed to prevent HPV (Human Papillomavirus - the most common sexually transmitted infection).
23:03 | December 4, 2017
The other five had higher than acceptable levels of salmonella and MAFAM (Mesophilic aerobic and facultative anaerobic microorganisms), in addition to antibiotics, whose sale is restricted in Armenia and that can only be used by a physician’s prescription.
15:43 | November 28, 2017
A report recently released by Armenia’s National Academy of Sciences’ Food Risk Assessment Center shows that residents in Yerevan, the country's capital, are equally at risk from consuming dangerous levels of chemicals through their fruits and vegetables than residents of Syunik, a southern province where mining is widespread.
17:06 | November 2, 2017
The data shows that 27,655 births were registered in January-September 2017; the smallest number in the past three years. The number is 3,000 less than the same period in 2015.
15:55 | August 29, 2017
The ministry says yesterdays recorded levels are far below the levels specified as harmful and any pollutants released during yesterday’s fire pose no immediate danger to humans.
17:18 | August 1, 2017
During the past few years, much has been written and discussed about selective sex abortions in Armenia, and the fact that more males were being born than girls; a troubling demographic trend in a country grappling with a decreasing population.
22:39 | June 27, 2017
Hetq sent samples of six bottled waters, four especially marketed for infants, to a lab for testing. Only two met current health standards. In addition, two of the samples contained an unacceptable amount of MAFAM (Mesophilic Aerobic and Facultative Anaerobic Microorganisms) and one in pseudomonas aerogynosa bacteria.
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