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U.S. study finds unusual protein modification involved in muscular dystrophy, cancer

With the discovery of a new type of chemical modification on an important muscle protein, a University of Iowa (UI) study improves understanding of certain muscular dystrophies and could potentially lead to new treatments for the conditions.
 

First-time reduction in A/H1N1 flu cases

Contrary to forecasts, A/H1N1 epidemic reached a standstill in November and December 2009. Both the number of new cases and the number of deaths declined, reported Deputy Minister of Health Trinh Quan [ … ]
   

WHO chief: A/H1N1 pandemic still going on

The A/H1N1 pandemic is still continuing and it's too early to declare a victory over the disease, World Health Organization Director-General Margaret Chan said Tuesday.
   

China to lift ban on hepatitis B carriers in study, work

China is set to issue regulations to remove hepatitis B check from physical examination for school entrance and work, according to the Ministry of Health.
   

Researchers find clues to why some continue to eat when full

The so-called hunger hormone ghrelin might work in the brain to make some people keep eating "pleasurable" foods when they're already full, according to a new research.
   

Cold weather sees spurt in meningitis among children

The onset of cold weather in Ho Chi Minh City has seen more children admitted to hospitals with meningitis, health officials say.
   

Free-milk-for-kids program to be revised

The Ministry of Labor, Invalids and Social Affairs (MoLISA) December 26 ordered its subdivision, the Administration for Protection and Care of Children, to set up a new project to provide free milk fo [ … ]
   

A/H1N1 flu continues decline in U.S. state of Illinois

H1N1 flu in the U.S. state of Illinois declined with only two new deaths from the virus in the last week, according to an official report issued on Thursday.
   

Rate of malnutrition in under-5s drops by 50%

Viet Nam has brought its malnutrition rate for under-five-year-old children down to 19.9 per cent from 38.7 per cent over the past 10 years, which health officials hailed as "remarkable".
   

Carcinogenic soybean sauce reappears

HCM City health inspectors have found carcinogenic 3-MCPD in two soybean sauce samples at the Khuong Phat Company, based in Hoc Mon district.
   

A/H1N1 pandemic death toll rises to 11,516, says WHO

At least 11,516 people worldwide have been killed by the A/H1N1 influenza since the disease first emerged in April, the World Health Organization (WHO) said on Wednesday.
   

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