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Tibet / Health

Hepatitis B Challenges Tibetans Communities Worldwide

31.07.2015
Tibetan communities around the world, including those in the West, suffer from ahigher than average rate of Hepatitis B. The problem is most serious inside Tibet due to the lack of proper system for vaccinations and poor child delivery practices. A doctor in Tibet had discovered that certain vaccine More

Audio Tibetan Leaders Vow to Fight Drug Abuse

The panel discussion was attended by family members of drug and alcohol addicts along with NGOs and community leaders.

Audio TMAI Launches Awareness Campaign to Mark World Hepatitis Day

Tibet Charity has set up a free Hepatitis B blood test booth, where walk ins were encouraged and assisted with diagnosis of the Hep B Virus.

Audio Research Shows Tibetan Barley Contain Extra Nutritional Value

Barley has a higher beta-glucans content than the other grains, with Tibetan barley having the highest beta-glucans, containing more than 7 percent of it.

Audio Doctor: Tibet's Hepatitis B Infection Rates Soaring

Sixty-one percent of Tibetans living in Nepal are infected, according to Dr. Lhamo Sharpa, a Nepal based Tibetan doctor.

Audio Players Organize Basketball Match to Promote Women's Health

The final match was between Regional Tibetan Women's Association and Tibetan Women’s Football team, where RTWA team beat the former by one goal to become the winner of the basketball match.

Audio Mentsekhang College in Dharamsala Celebrates 53rd Anniversary

The College of Tibetan Medicine and Astrology was incepted on 2 June 1961 by the Dalai Lama, with over 296 Tibetan medical practitioners and 53 Tibetan astrologers who graduated from the institution.

Audio Hypertension and Lack of Localized Treatment: Problem for Diabetic Patients in Tibet

The combination of traditional diets, such as butter tea, and modern junk-food are linked to hypertension in the Tibetan areas.

Audio Delhi Tibetans Observe 53rd Anniversary of Men-Tsee-Khang

Dr. Tashi Yangphel popularly known as "Ladakh Amchi" who was a special guest to the function has republished over 250 original Tibetan medical and astrological texts in India.

Audio Dharamsala Marks World Tuberculosis Day

The Department of Health in collaboration with Delek Hospital and Tibetan National Sports Association (TNSA), organized a running event titled "Run for TB Marathon" on Sunday, March 23, 2014 at TCV Day School, Mcleod Ganj, North India.

Audio Tibetan Doctors and Intellectuals Participate in the First Body, Mind, and Life Conference

Tibetan doctors and intellectuals gathered at the Tibetan Medical and Astrological Institute for the first Body, Mind, and Life conference.

Video HIV/AIDS and Tibetan Society

Kunleng discusses HIV/AIDS transmission, prevention and remedies, and efforts to educate and build awareness of the disease in Tibetan society

Audio Healthy Lifestyle Discusses Sexual & Porn Addiction

Health show on sexual and porn addiction

Audio Dr. Thupten Phuntsok's HIV/AIDS Advocacy Efforts Inside Tibet

Healthy Lifestyle discusses AIDS in Tibetan Regions

Audio Medical Training Program for Local Women Health Workers in Yushu

Listen to report on health program training for Tibetan women health workers in Yushu

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Ngawang Sangdrol: Former Political Prisoner (Aka Singing Nun)i
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04.08.2015
Ngawang Sangdrol was first arrested at the age 13 for her participation in a peaceful demonstration in Lhasa and detained for nine months. Few months after her release, she was again arrested for another demonstration and sentenced to three years in Drapchi prison. Due to her activism inside the prison and the clandestine recording of nationalistic songs, her initial sentenced was extended three times; totaling 23 years of prison term. Under heavy international pressure, China has finally released her in 2002 after serving 11 long years in Lhasa’s notorious Drapchi prison.
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Video Ngawang Sangdrol: Former Political Prisoner (Aka Singing Nun)

Ngawang Sangdrol was first arrested at the age 13 for her participation in a peaceful demonstration in Lhasa and detained for nine months.
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Video Kunleng News Jul 31, 2015

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Video China’s evolving new direction under Xi Jinping.

Kunleng discusses the emerging new direction of China’s development under Xi Jinping, and possible its implications for Chinese rule of Tibet
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Video Indian President Abdul Kalam and his Tibet connections

Kunleng invites Kasur Tempa Tsering, representative of the Dalai Lama in New Delhi to discuss the recently deceased Indian president Abdul Kalam and his connection to the Dalai Lama and Tibet.
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