Minister for Health and Population Mohan Bahadur Basnet stated that Nepal has made a remarkable stride in HIV/AIDS control.
An international conference of ophthalmologists is taking place at Reiyukai Eiko Masunaga Eye Hospital in Banepa of Kavrepalanchowk from December 8.
A study is to be conducted on the sexual and reproductive rights of HIV-infected women from the indigenous nationalities community.
The 36th World AIDS Day is being celebrated throughout the country today by organizing various awareness programmes.
A drug which stops HIV infecting the body has proved to be a highly effective "real-world" preventative treatment, a study has confirmed. The results of the research on 24,000 people taking it across England, have been described as "reassuring".
The government has issued a directive relating to the medical treatment facility for indigent citizens.
Nine hundred seventy people were benefitted from integrated public health campaign and the specialist health campaign launched at Pachaljharana rural municipality of Kalikot district.
The Kathmandu Metropolitan City (KMC) is to completely ban the sale of tobacco products in all its 32 wards from December 13, 2023.
Locals have been agitated demanding to reduce the pollution emitting from the Lumbini Sugar Mill Limited.
Toxic pollutants released during gas flaring are endangering millions more people than previously feared, a BBC investigation suggests. Flaring - the burning of waste gas during oil drilling - is taking place across the Gulf, including by COP28 hosts the United Arab Emirates.
The Ministry of Health and Population brought the vaccines since the vaccine is required for the chronic patients and those travelling abroad.
New Zealand's new government has announced it will scrap the nation's world-leading smoking ban to help fund tax cuts. The legislation, introduced under the previous Jacinda Ardern-led government, planned to ban cigarette sales next year to anyone born after 2008.
Pollution in India's capital Delhi has made global headlines in recent years, but it's not a new problem. For around four decades, the country's top court has actively discussed the issue, sometimes passing orders that have significantly reshaped life in Delhi.