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International Internet Magazine. Baltic States news & analytics Tuesday, 27.09.2016, 10:02

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African swine fever reaches Saaremaa Island

African swine fever reaches Saaremaa Island

24.08.2016

A lab test has confirmed the presence of African swine fever (ASF) in pigs on a farm with 2,700 pigs on Estonia's Saaremaa Island, reports LETA/BNS.

Keyword tags: Agriculture, Estonia, EU – Baltic States, Health, Markets and Companies, Medicine



Russians back in Lithuanian sanatoriums

Russians back in Lithuanian sanatoriums

24.08.2016

Sanatoriums in Lithuania are again hosting growing numbers of guests from Russia, with more clients coming from other important foreign markets, therefore, some of the sanatoriums expect a two-digit increase in 2016 revenue, LETA/BNS cites Verslos Zinios daily information.

Patients' debts to Riga East University Hospital total EUR 4.5 mln

Patients' debts to Riga East University Hospital total EUR 4.5 mln

08.08.2016

Patients’ total debts to Riga Eastern Clinical University Hospital (Eastern Hospital) has grown to EUR 4.5 mln, the hospital’s representative Inguna Potetinova told LETA.


NGO corruption: the good for the chosen few

NGO corruption: the good for the chosen few

18.07.2016

Who could have imagined that in the twenty-first century, in a new millennium, humanity would be confronted with even greater global challenges and problems affecting the interests of each and every one of us. Poverty, diseases, violence, religious intolerance, threats of environmental disasters – this is the reality we are facing today. Addressing these problems is our top priority.

Lithuania's and Estonia’s mortality rate due to drug overdoses is much higher than in EU

Lithuania's and Estonia’s mortality rate due to drug overdoses is much higher than in EU

31.05.2016

Lithuania's mortality rate due to drug overdoses is more than twice as high as the EU average, but the situation in Estonia is even worse, informs LETA/BNS.


23.05.2016

In spite of declining alcohol consumption in Estonia, alcohol deaths remain on same level

Although results of a fresh study by the Estonian Institute of Economic Research published on May 20th show that alcohol consumption has declined in Estonia, data published by National Institute for Health Development show that the number of deaths as a result of alcohol consumption remains on the same level, informs LETA/BNS.

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