• Hospital Infections On The Rise

    Hospital Infections On The Rise

    • 10 Oct 2017 8:46 AM

    The number of infections of hospital patients is rising, according to the figures of the national health insurance fund NEAK, Napi highlights.

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  • World Smile Day, 6 October

    World Smile Day, 6 October

    • 5 Oct 2017 9:04 AM

    The first Friday of October every year is celebrated around the globe as World Smile Day. The unofficial holiday encourages people to do acts of kindness to spread good will and cheer.

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  • Hungary 6th Most Unhealthy Country, Survey Says

    Hungary 6th Most Unhealthy Country, Survey Says

    • 3 Oct 2017 8:42 AM

    Hungary ranks sixth on a list of the worldʼs most unhealthy countries in terms of alcohol and tobacco consumption and prevalence of obesity, according to a survey compiled by Clinic Compare, a British clinic comparison website, based on data from the World Health Organization (WHO) and other sources.

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  • Jobbik: Orbán’s Cabinet Owes Explanation On Aid To Build Vietnam Oncology Centre

    Jobbik: Orbán’s Cabinet Owes Explanation On Aid To Build Vietnam Oncology Centre

    • 2 Oct 2017 11:00 AM

    The government should state its reasons for aiding the construction of an oncology centre in Vietnam with 60 million euros, opposition Jobbik said on Friday. The contract to aid the 500-bed centre had been signed by the Socialist government in 2009, Andrea Varga-Damm of Jobbik told a press briefing. In the time since, Vietnam has doubled its GDP while Hungary’s has declined, she noted.

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  • Opinion: A First - Nine Opposition Parties Agree On Long-Range Healthcare Priorities

    Opinion: A First - Nine Opposition Parties Agree On Long-Range Healthcare Priorities

    • 20 Sep 2017 8:00 AM

    Today was an extraordinary day, one that few people believed would ever come to pass. All nine opposition parties, including Jobbik, signed onto a “national healthcare minimum,” a document that outlines the basic steps that must be taken to salvage the sinking ship of Hungarian healthcare. Fidesz was also invited to the discussions that preceded the final act of approval, but the government party refused to participate.

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