Road safety needs fixing

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The Bangkok Post

Dr Waraluck Supawatjariyakul, an ophthalmologist for the Faculty of Medicine at Chulalongkorn University, should have celebrated her 34th birthday yesterday. Instead, it turned out to be her funeral rite. Dr Waraluck was hit by a high-powered motorcycle as she walked across a Phayathai Road pedestrian crossing on Friday afternoon. Severely injured at the scene, she was pronounced dead shortly after being rushed by ambulance to a hospital. The case has become a high-profile road accident that has shocked society. A viral video clip shows the bike driver, Pol L/C Norawich Buadok, nonchalantly br… Read more about Road safety needs fixing

Thailand’s digital minister in hospital for COVID-19 treatment

Digital Economy and Society (DES) Minister Chaiwut Thanakamanusorn revealed today (Monday) that he is infected with COVID-19 and is now in hospital for treatment, but his condition is not serious. He said that he might have contracted the disease while visiting the northern province of Chiang Mai last Thursday, adding that he now has a […]

Dealing with loss

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A little girl looks at an ambulance which comes to take her mother to the hospital. Sadly, the mother, who has Covid-19, does not return home. During her time of sadness, the little girl has a doll, which her mother gave her, to keep her company. As time goes by, the girl gradually gets over her loss, but she feels that her mother is always a part of her life. This is a story in children’s book Tukta Khong Look (A Daughter’s Doll) by Preeda Punyachand, published as a part of a project by the Thai Health Promotion Foundation and the Creative for Reading Cultural Promotion Foundation. The projec… Read more about Dealing with loss

Curaloe calls on old favourite for skincare

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Curaloe calls on old favourite for skincarepublished : 18 Jan 2022 at 04:00 newspaper section: [Life](http://search.bangkokpost.com/search/result_advanced?category=news&xNewsSection=Life) Aloe vera has long been used in traditional medicine, with the Ebers Papyrus and the Edwin Smith Papyrus documenting ancient Egyptians treating ailments with the cactus-like plant. A prescription for skin conditions, “the silent healer” particularly promotes wound healing. Recently launched in Thailand, Curaloe optimises aloe vera for modern skincare through its green philosophy. The beauty and wellness brand… Read more about Curaloe calls on old favourite for skincare