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Vietnam’s regulations on food additives match international rules: health ministry

Vietnam’s regulations on food additives are in line with those issued by the United Nations’ Codex Alimentarius Commission (CAC), which has 186 state members.

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100 patients receive free artificial knee and hip joint replacements

The 108 National Military Medical Hospital in collaboration with the Operation Walk performed artificial knee and hip joint replacement surgery for 100 poor patients

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Created 01 April 2019
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An hour of activity may keep disability away, new research shows

Losing the ability to move and perform the activities of daily life can lead to a loss of independence and even be deadly, so researchers are focusing on preventing conditions that can lead to disability.

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Created 01 April 2019
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Biomedical research has potential to produce new Vietnamese drugs

Biomedical research by scientists nationwide has led to important findings that could produce new Vietnamese-branded drugs and medical treatments, but commercialisation of research results faces challenges,

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Created 25 March 2019
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Vietnam on the way to end TB by 2030

Around 12,000 people die from tuberculosis each year in Vietnam - that’s one and half times higher than those killed in traffic accidents over the same period.

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Created 18 March 2019
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Many Bac Ninh kids sent to Hanoi hospitals for tapeworm tests

Parents in the northern province of Bac Ninh have been rushing their children to hospitals in neighboring Hanoi City for pig tapeworm tests, local media reports said.

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Created 18 March 2019
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Nearly 20,000 Vietnamese register for organ donation

Nearly 20,000 people have registered to donor their organs after death so far, a surge compared with that of five years ago.

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Created 15 March 2019
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8,000 new kidney failure patients recorded in Vietnam annually

An expert has recommended people take regular check-ups to detect kidney-related diseases as an estimated 5 million people in Vietnam suffer from kidney issues, and the number rises by about 8,000 each year.

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Created 14 March 2019
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Health insurance coverage expanded to 87.7 percent of VN population

The Vietnam Social Security (VSS) reported that the number of participants in health insurance has increased to 83.6 million, or 87.7 percent of the population.

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Created 12 March 2019
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Dong Nai state-owned hospitals face brain drain

Public hospitals in the southern province of Dong Nai are facing a brain drain with many doctors moving into the private sector due to more attractive salaries.

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