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Two-child China promises better maternity services

Two-child China promises better maternity services

According to a teleconference hosted by the National Health and Family Planning Commission (NHFPC), China will have 89,000 more beds as well as 140,000 more obstetricians and midwives by 2020.

Shanghai to host star chefs at Savour festival

Shanghai to host star chefs at Savour festival

Following the launch of the Michelin guide for Shanghai, the first on the Chinese mainland, a galaxy of chefs and owner-chefs at Michelin-starred restaurants around the world are due in Shanghai for the Savour Food Festival.

Experts call for public awareness on heart health

Experts call for public awareness on heart health

Chinese top medical experts call for more attention to deal with the rising threat of cardiovascular and cerebrovascular disease in Beijing on Sept 29, the World Heart Day.

Tastes of West Lake

Tastes of West Lake

Hangzhou chef shops near and far to serve good food at resort hotel.

Medical matchmakers drive e-health development

Medical matchmakers drive e-health development

For the past eight years, An Jianhua, a 57-year-old from Hunan province, has been troubled by a mysterious, rare ailment: When summer comes, she often sweats on the right side of her body, while the left side remains dry, causing embarrassment and distress.

Mother's vitamin B levels during pregnancy may affect child's eczema risk

Mother's vitamin B levels during pregnancy may affect child's eczema risk

If a mother has a higher level of a particular type of vitamin B during pregnancy, the infant she gives birth to will likely have a lower risk of eczema at the age of 12 months.

Rural China threatened by lung cancer

Rural China threatened by lung cancer

Lung cancer has emerged as the leading killer in rural China, closing to the incidence and mortality of urban men and women stricken with the disease.

Misconceptions on use of opioids leave patients in pain

Misconceptions on use of opioids leave patients in pain

As the incidence of cancer has risen in China over the past few decades, wide misconceptions about alleviating the pain it can bring have compromised the prospects of recovery and the quality of life of Chinese with the disease, medical experts say.

Where baby bites and tiny tots rule the roost

Where baby bites and tiny tots rule the roost

Dining out with babies and young children can be a little more than an adventure if you are not fully prepared for it.

Cooperation leads to introduction of cutting-edge skin care products

Cooperation leads to introduction of cutting-edge skin care products

China Regenerative Medicine International Limited, a Hong Kong listed biomedical and healthcare company incorporated in the Cayman Islands, recently announced cooperation with China National Scientific Instruments and Materials Co, a leading State-owned medical device company in China.

Older women who stop driving can lead to depression: Aussie researchers

Older women who stop driving can lead to depression: Aussie researchers

Australian researchers have found that older women who stop driving are more likely to suffer from depression but are able to ward off the feeling by maintaining a socially active lifestyle.

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