China to restore admission of pediatric undergraduates amid doctor shortage

The government plans to resume admission of pediatric undergraduates in universities to cater to the rising demand for specialists.

Spotlight: Race is on to develop working Zika vaccine

After bird flu, swine flu, dengue, chikungunya and Ebola, the world is determined not to be caught napping by the Zika virus.

World Family Summit

The World Family Organization was founded in Europe in 1947 and headquartered in Paris.

Ebola outbreak in West Africa

Ebola has claimed over 1,000 lives in west African countries.

TCM-keeping healthy in Chinese way

The initiatives aim mainly to raise TCM awareness.

Vice-Premier Liu Yandong on June 16 hailed the 2015 Health Ministers meeting between China and Central and Eastern European Countries (CEEC) a “milestone” in advancing China-CEEC cooperation in the health sector.

China and Britain will further cooperation in health disease prevention, mediine and general practice in the future, Li Bin, minister of the National Health and Family Planning Commission and Barbara Woodward, British Ambassador in China, agreed at a meeting in Beijing on May 28.

A new regulation that stops smokers from lighting up in the capital's public places is the toughest ever adopted in China, and it could become a template for the entire country, as Wang Xiaodong reports.

The minister of China’s National Health and Family Planning Commission (NHFPC) has stated that China is willing to cooperate with Cambodia more in medical and healthcare reforms, including inviting Cambodian health personnel to come to China for advanced studies and training.

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