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Bigger waistline, bigger risk of dying: study

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The bigger a person’s waistline, the more likely they are to die of any cause, regardless of whether they are overweight or not, a study published this week says.

   

A city searches for a killer and answer

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Following a gruesome double-murder, HCMC tries to come to grips with senseless violence.

 

 

   

llegal sperm trade booming in Vietnam

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The increasing human infertility rate is giving rise to a lucrative but illegal sperm trade in Vietnam.

 

   

Health officials warn of superbug

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Health experts have issued a warning that a new, antibiotic-resistant superbug may spread to Viet Nam.

 

   

Official accused of accepting bribe from Japanese firm

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The former director of the HCM City-based East-West Highway Project's management board, Huynh Ngoc Sy, who is serving a six-year sentence in jail for abuse of power, is facing another charge of briber [ … ]

   

Woman reportedly pregnant for nearly two years

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Nguyen Thi Chien, 25, in Hiep Hoa district, the northern province of Bac Giang has reportedly been pregnant for nearly two years.

 

   

Murderer of ex-girlfriend pleads for lighter sentence

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A man who was sentenced to death in Hanoi last month for beheading and robbing his ex-girlfriend in a headline-grabbing case has lodged an appeal, asking for lighter punishment.

 

   

HIV infections remain high for male clients of sex workers

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The rate of new HIV infections among men who are clients of sex workers is the highest of any other target group, according to a survey issued by Population Services International (PSI) on Wednesday.

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Syrutra baby milk not found in VN

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No baby milk powder produced by the Chinese Syrutra dairy company, believed to cause premature development in infant girls, has been found on sale in Viet Nam, said the Viet Nam Health Ministry.

   

Number of new HIV/AIDS infections down 27 percent

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 During the first six months of 2010, Vietnam recorded 4,812 new HIV infections, 1,881 AIDS patients and 620 deaths from AIDS. This information was released by Mr Chu Quoc An, Deputy Head of the Vi [ … ]

   

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