By Logan Connor • May 19, 2016
Every year, Indonesians leave their country in droves to access basic medical services they can’t find in their own country. According to media reports, the Indonesian government estimates that its citizens spend roughly $11.5 billion a year on healthcare abroad – much of it in Malaysia.
By David Hutt • May 17, 2016
Jakarta's water is controlled by big business, but activists are pushing for the city to follow a worldwide water management trend back to public ownership
By Ellie Dyer • May 06, 2016
Behind the scenes at a Cambodian farm producing spirulina health supplements
By Erin Hale • Apr 29, 2016
In times of ill-health and hardship, many Cambodians turn to spirit mediums. Could these superstitious beliefs be a symptom of a failing healthcare system?
In Vietnam’s impoverished central highlands, a compassionate couple provides a safe haven for the mentally ill. But given their lack of professional training, should they be seen as saints or sinners?
By Amanda Saxton • Oct 17, 2014
Dairy consumption is on the rise, with health-conscious milk lovers beginning to seek out the cream of the crop. But UHT may be with us for a while yet
By Sofie Lisby • Aug 05, 2014
Southeast Asia performs rather well in the fitness stakes, but the region’s waistlines may soon be expanding
By Joana Maria Tacken and Amanda Saxton • May 13, 2014
Contamination from a gold mine has affected the health and livelihoods of a rural community in northeastern Thailand. Now the villagers are fighting back
By Hilary Ford • Apr 07, 2014
With insect intake on the rise, the industry is having to move with the times
By Peter Janssen • Oct 11, 2012
Regional governments’ attempts to stifle the rise of methamphetamines is failing
By Andrew Marshall • Dec 16, 2011