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Gov’t Oks to start procedures to build five regional hospitals

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The Government has approved on Wednesday the memorandum to start the necessary procedures to build five regional hospitals in Romania. The new regional medical units will be hosted in Timisoara, Targu Mures, Constanta, Braila – Galati and Brasov. Therefore, actions ...

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Immunoglobulin crisis in Romania. Health minister blames the producers


Romania is facing an acute shortage of immunoglobulin. Several parents and their children gathered in front of the Health Ministry’s offices to protest against the lack of immunoglobulin, necessary for the treatment of their children. In retort, the Health Minister ...

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The health system, getting closer to general strike

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The negotiations on Tuesday between the Health Ministry and the trade unionists have failed to reach a deal. Sanitas leader Leonard Barascu has told Realitatea TV the trade union is getting ready for general strike, as 50,000 employees will see ...

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What did the Labour Ministry retort to the young woman with multiple sclerosis whose invalidity pension was suspended?

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After the case of Laura Florescu, a 37-year-old woman with multiple sclerosis the had her invalidity pension suspended by the state because she had published a poetry novel and cashed in RON 230 has caused indignation on social media and in ...

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Romania, first in Europe on maternal mortality

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In one single year, the number of mothers who die while giving birth has doubled in Romania, says a World Vision study quoted by Digi 24. 19 such deaths have been reported out of 100,000 births, thus placing Romania first ...

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Romanians, getting fatter year by year, study says


Despite stating they eat healthy food and do sports, statistics show that Romanians are more and more overweight. Over 55% of the Romanian adult population is fighting extra weight, according to a study conducted by IMAS in July 2017 and ...

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