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News Article: 100,000 Drug Addicts in Belarus



News Article: Belarus Turns into a Region of Suicides



News Article: Belarus' Population Falls below 10-Million Level



News Article: Pediatricians' Efforts Make it Possible to Raise the Proportion of Healthy Children from 2 Percent at Birth to 12 Percent at the Age of One



News Article: Proportion of Children in Belarusian Society Falls Every Year, Says Chief Obstetrician-Gynecologist



News Article: Women's Wellness Center to be Opened in Mozyr



News Article: Health Authorities in the Mahileau Region Concerned Over Acute Shortage of Doctors



News Article: Food Safety Expert Says Belarus Has No State Nutritional Policy



News Article: Cardiovascular Diseases Remain the Main Cause of Death in Belarus



News Article: More than 5,000 Belarusians Contracted Tuberculosis in 1999



News Article: About 500,000 People Went to Doctors with Flu in 18 Monitored Cities in Belarus During This Year's Epidemic



News Article: Despite Relatively High Life Expectancy, Minsk Residents Live in Unfavorable Environment



News Article: Council of Ministers Directs That Council be Set Up to Coordinate Efforts to Combat TB



News Article: Belarus Cannot Afford Tests of Food Products for Dioxin



News Article: Red Cross Tackles Tuberculosis



News Article: Ministry of Health Proposes Enacting a Law Which Would Guard People From Poor Quality Food




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