Faculty of Pharmacy, CMU, is opposing the drug draft bill concerning the safety of consumers’ health.
A conference was held to discuss the ethics and potential misinformation regarding the advertisement and promotion of health products.
Faculty of Pharmacy, Chiang Mai University will be holding a discussion concerning the proposed drug draft bill.
Over 30 villagers from Ban Mai Ho Kee in Bo Sali, Hot have been hospitalised since August 5th after eating spoilt pork.
An illegal clinic on the superhighway was raided today.
Chalaisin Pothijaroen, the deputy secretary general of Office of the Narcotics Control Board attend the opening ceremony of the anti-narcotics and opium day at Omkoi, Chiang Mai. 1,500 participants attended the event.
In response to the increased number of human deaths from rabies in Thailand this year, Mission Rabies was keen to work with the government to protect the communities of Chiang Mai.
The Office of the Narcotics Control Board of Thailand (ONCB) held a seminar to discuss inspection of hemp farms today in Chiang Mai.
Samoeng has exceeded a pm2.5 AQI level of 375 this morning, days after the burning ban has been lifted in Chiang Mai.
Chiang Mai authorities have acknowledged the current return of haze and smog, suggesting that this smoke is coming from neighbouring countries.
Chiang Mai’s moat water is safe for Songkran, after the final tests on the water were conducted yesterday.
The highway police of Chiang Mai have started to promote a ‘no drowsy driving’ campaign for the upcoming Songkran Festival next week in a bid to help reduce road accidents during the ‘seven dangerous days’.
Central Group donated 1.65 million baht toward Continuous Renal Replacement Therapy (CRRT) for kidneys and an ultrasound scanner valued 800,000 baht to Maharaj Nakorn Chiang Mai Hospital in honour of the 70th anniversary of the firm.
Chiang Mai municipality is cleaning the moat for in preparation for Songkran.
It is with great regret that I must announce the cancellation of tomorrow’s rally. Our intention was to create a positive gathering of concerned citizens and residents to petition the government to give us correct and greater information about the annual air pollution and the dangers it poses to our health.
Greenpeace Southeast Asia has published its first City Rankings for pm2.5 for Thailand, aiming to help provide the public with more comprehensive air quality data, including pm2.5 concentrations.
Chiang Mai Provincial Public Health Office has warned all citizens to take care of their health due to the high levels of smog that exceeds the standard.
Danish jeweller Georg Jensen, which has a factory here in Chiang Mai, has purchased 600 N-95 masks, one for each employee. After discount, masks cost 28 baht each, an investment of 16,800 baht.
Silt from the construction of a social security office in the city hall was reported as the cause for the dozens of dead fish found in Mae Kha canal last week.
According to authorities, teenagers, students and young women are taking these pills in droves and warn that the side effects are very dangerous.
According to AirVisual, an independent worldwide PM2.5 real-time and forecast air quality index level database, Chiang Mai had the highest levels of smog in the world on March 6, 2018, with a reading reaching 183 AQI.
On Sunday 4 March 2018, H.E. Lyonpo Tandin Wangchuk, Minister of Health of the Royal Government of Bhutan visited Prem Tinsulanonda International School in Mae Rim, Chiang Mai, Thailand.
The Royal Rain Department has announced that it getting ready to start seeding the clouds as of the 1st March to encourage rainfall that will help disperse the smoke pollution.
A dental clinic selling illegal fashion braces was raided and had its equipment seized after police found they were working without a license.
This year’s no-burning period has been set at 51 days between March 1st and April 20th this year to combat the amount of smog created by agricultural burning that occurs this time every year.
Chiang Mai Authorities have claimed that the levels of dust and smog pollution in the city has yet to reach harmful levels, despite many devices recording Air Quality Index (AQI) levels of over 150.
A charity cycling trip, No One Left Behind, has raised over 26 million baht for people with disabilities as the cyclists reached Chiang Mai.
A Kuwaiti man threatened to commit suicide in public yesterday in Mae Rim after he broke free from a hospital vehicle taking him to the airport to sent him home.
Police have described the number of heroin users in Chiang Mai as “widespread” after they discovered 10 million baht worth of heroin in a stash on the side of the road as part of an ongoing operation.
A woman was arrested for illegally selling birth control pills.
The New Guinea Flatworm has been found in San Phi Suea, with officials suggesting the worm invaded several years ago but have only become known about after a media exposure.
A Hybrid Operation Room has opened at Sriphat Medical Centre, the first one in ASEAN and the second one in Asia, with 360 degree robotic arms.
Over 86,000 homes were damaged because of flooding during this years monsoon season, according to the Disaster Prevention and Mitigation Office, Chiang Mai.
A baby girl who was found dumped in a rubbish bin was found by passers by is now safe under the supervision of medical staff at Lanna Hospital.
The Anti-Hazardous Toxic Substance Alliance filed an issue to ban two hazardous chemicals using in agriculture that has a direct effect on the neuro-system and is dangerous for pregnant women.
CCTV footage, released by the police, showed the last moments of renowned Thai TV Host, Centimetre’s life.
A pickup truck flipped into the canal leading to another fatal accident in recent days on the canal road.
Due to the tropical storm Pabuk Bangkok Airways announces cancellation of all flights to and from Samui Airport, Surathani on 4th January 2019 for safety reasons.
Centimetre, a famous TV host, has died in a traffic accident on Canal Road.
A 58 year old mahout has died at Elephant Nature Park.
Jai Thep, the only 3-day music and art festival in Northern Thailand is gearing up for their 2019 event, taking place over February 1-3rd, just outside the world famous Old City.
A film about the world famous rescue mission of 13 young footballers earlier this year, titled The Cave, is set to screen this year.
Over 15 million visitors come through Chiang Mai every year, and I felt like the only one who wasn’t in love with the city.
Apart from the obvious – Doi Suthep, Doi Inthanon, et all – our team came up with this eclectic bucket list for 2019.
Put a bounce back in your step, wow your friends with a magic trick or spoil yourself rotten with a spa…choices choices.