Transplant surgery to be performed under insurance
More than three thousand people are in need of organ transplantation across the country.
WHO urges to raise a tax on sugar
Obesity more than doubled worldwide between 1980 and 2014, with 11 percent of men and 15 percent of women classified as obese.
National drug formulary introduced in Kazakhstan
The document includes only drugs registered in Kazakhstan with proven clinical efficacy.
Israeli physicians train special services to provide first aid
Kazakhstan citizens will be able to provide first aid, Israeli experts believe.
Zuckerberg pledges $3bn to fight disease
They said their ultimate goal was to "cure, prevent or manage all diseases by the end of the century".
Production and assembly site for transcatheter crosslink was launched in Astana
The device will help cardiologists to treat heart disease without surgery.
New laboratory for study of dangerous infections to be opened soon in Almaty
The new laboratory will store strains of such infections as Mears, Zika, pandemic influenza and many others.
Guatemala reports first Zika baby
The child is believed to be the first born with a Zika-linked defect in the Central American country.
New method to fight cerebral accident practiced in Pavlodar
In Pavlodar specialists plan to reduce the incidence of stroke.
Asthma pill 'promising' for people with severe symptoms
An experimental pill could help adults with severe asthma, an early study in the Lancet Respiratory Medicine journal suggests.
Seniors that are underweight may have a greater risk of Alzheimer's disease
The study, conducted by Brigham and Women's Hospital (BWH) and Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH).
'Hacking nerves can control disease'
Controlling human nerve cells with electricity could treat a range of diseases including arthritis, asthma and diabetes.
'Snot wars' study yields new class of drugs
A new class of antibiotics has been discovered by analysing the bacterial warfare taking place up people's noses.
Kazakhstan marks World Hepatitis day
More than 5,000 patients have been cured after opening of the Hepatitis offices throughout the country
Mysterious Zika infections in Florida
Health officials in Florida are investigating four cases of Zika that do not appear to be related to travel.
Hyaluronic acid based bio-leather heals severe burns
Aktobe doctors have started to use a thin bandage of hyaluronic acid and collagen in their practice.
Hospital train brings medical aid to 4,000 patients in remote areas
The medical staff of the ‘Densaulyk’ hospital train has conducted screening for nearly 4,000 people in remote areas of Kazakhstan.
Cardiac surgeon from Italy shares experience with kazakh colleagues
Surgeons from Semey have learned how to conduct a heart surgery using the latest technology from their Italian colleague.
Chronic fatigue symptoms triggered by nerve, muscle strain
The researchers recently published their findings in the journal PLOS One.