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Are we eating at the wrong time for our body clocks?

We've been warned repeatedly about the health perils of being out-of-sync with our body clocks. Are we eating in the right way for these circadian rhythms, and could changing our mealtime habits boost our health ...


The top four common health issues when summer comes

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Summer - the exciting season of discoveries and festivals - can be the riskiest period of the year for certain diseases, especially living in a tropical country like Vietnam.


Vietnamese flight ‘deliberately delayed’ to wait for donated heart

The flight could have left Hanoi as scheduled had its operator not learned that a donated heart needed to reach its recipient in Hue on time


Vietnamese health minister grills hospital managers over dirty toilets

Dirty toilets at a hospital are an indicator that its director and department heads are also unclean, the minister said


Health dept seeks faster land clearance for new hospital construction

The HCM City health department has asked for support from the city to speed up land clearance in several “hotspots” so that it can begin building a number of hospital projects.


Ministry to ensure adequate meningococcal vaccine in 2018

At least 100,000 doses of the meningococcal vaccine will be imported to Việt Nam by the end of May, increasing the number of imported doses to some 800,000 in 2018.


Dementia exercise programmes 'don't slow brain decline'

Exercise programmes for people with mild to moderate dementia 'don't work', according to researchers writing in the British Medical Journal.


Little girl’s battle against leukaemia

Five-year-old Bùi Thị Hồng Ngọc smiles and chats to her grandmother just like any other child of her age would do.


Medical miracle (Video)

The man who has had 23 kilos of tumour removed from his body says he is hoping for a much better quality of life in the future.


Drug traceability looks towards industry 4.0

The Ministry of Health (MoH) has begun implementing a plan to strengthen control over drug distribution by applying information technology.


Local health station struggles burden nat’l system

Việt Nam’s grassroots healthcare system is failing to win public trust, resulting in overcrowding at provincial-level hospitals and hampering efforts to ensure universal health coverage [ … ]


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