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End misuse of antibiotics, combat resistance, experts say

Experts called for stronger action from all sectors to stop the misuse and overuse of antibiotics to combat resistance on the occasion of the third World Antibiotic Awareness Week  [ … ]

   

Hà Nội hospitals unhappy with centralised bidding results

The centralised bidding process to procure medical equipment and other supplies for public hospitals in the capital city is floundering on disagreements over quality and pricing, local repor [ … ]

   

Early detection helps VN tackle high metabolic disorder rate

After her first child died when she was just five months old, Nguyễn Thị Th., a nurse from northern Thanh Hóa Province’s Quảng Xương District, gave birth to a healthy baby girl. But her happ [ … ]

   

1.5 million students still not covered by health insurance

Around 1.5 million students nationwide, or 7.5 per cent of all students, have not joined the national health insurance scheme, according to the Ministry of Education and Training.

   

50,000 people living with HIV not know their condition

Some 50,000 people living with HIV across the country do not know they are affected with the virus, making up 20 per cent of the total number of people living with HIV.

   

APEC 2017: Enthusiastic organization, attractive topics

Vietnam shows great ability to host one of the biggest events on the planet, not only in terms of infrastructure but also in the quality of programs and delegates ...

   

Australian Prime Minister enjoys his first ‘Bánh mì’ in Đà Nẵng

 Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull on Friday morning shared a bánh mì breakfast with Australian-Vietnamese celebrity chef Luke Nguyen at a local street food restauran [ … ]

   

Breast cancer 'can return 15 years after treatment ends'

Breast cancer, resurface

Breast cancer can resurface after remaining dormant for 15 years following successful treatment, a study has found.

   

Authorities confirm bacterium behind school poisoning in Hậu Giang

Health authorities have confirmed bacteria as the main cause behind a mass poisoning that affected hundreds of children at two primary schools in the southern province of Hậu Giang [ … ]

   

Pregnant VN women need better nutrition

A lack of nutrition among pregnant women and those breastfeeding their babies is common in Việt Nam, with deficiencies in zinc, folate, vitamin A and calcium, according to experts.

   

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