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Ministry Press Releases

- Health Ministry plans to improve rural sanitation
- China to expand urban medical aid system
- Manufacturers urged to use nutrition labels
- Public health incidents kill 515 in 2007
- Infectious diseases claim 1,000 lives in Dec.
- Medical reform to launch in selected regions this year
- Chinese healthier as life expectancy rises to 73
- Gov't will spend more to reform healthcare
- Bird-flu vaccine 'safe and effective'
- China reports 223,501 HIV carriers, AIDS patients
- Health Ministry blacklists 10 substandard cosmetics
- Ministry: Uphold law, protect work health rights
- Legislation published to ban smoking in public
- Health authorities on 24-hour alert for holiday
- Most Problematic Leukemia Drugs Recalled
- Health Minister: China to Vaccinate Against 15 Epidemics
- Health Authorities to Define Legal Brain Death
- China Bans Hair Gel Products Containing Excessive Methanol
- China Releases Emergency Plan for Heatstroke Incidents
- Blood Collections to Be Videotaped Under New Orders
- 1,200 Illegal Medical Advertising Cases Probed
- China Publicizes Strategy on Controlling Epidemic Outbreak
- Foreign Applications for Organ Transplant Restricted
- Health Watchdog Orders Recall of Substandard Nappies
- New Oral Health Department Set Up
- Oral Health Body 'Linked to Scandals'
- Rural Residents Sign Up for Healthcare Network En Masse
- MOH Outline Plan for National Health
- MOH to Overhaul Leprosy Rehabilitation Centers
- More than 10% of Imported Cosmetics Fail Quality Test
- Ministry of Health Investigating National Oral Health Body
- MOH: Cancer Most Lethal Illness in China Last Year
- Ministry to Get Tough on Illegal Adverts
- Bird-flu Epidemic Situation Stable in China
- Organ Transplant List to Be Released Soon
- Treat Emergency Patients Before Charging Fees
- MOH to Cooperate with French Company for TB Prevention
- China Steps Up Efforts to Fight Tuberculosis
- China Tightens Control on Prescription Drugs
- Measles on Rise in China
- Healthcare Plans in Pipeline
- Over 4.6 Mln Epidemic Cases Reported Last Year: MOH
- Basic Medicine System to Quell Rising Drug Price
- MOH Warns of Substandard Cosmetics
- Bribery List to Target Drug Firms
- Blood-Based Drug Suspected of Spreading Hepatitis C
- Prevention of Norovirus Infection Ordered
- Meningitis Claimed 14 Lives in China in Dec
- Ministry of Health Warns of Spread of Flu
- Healthcare for All Pledged
- Health Minister Promises Reform of Medicare System
- Chinese Children Taller and Heavier
- City Doctors to Beef up Township Health Centers
- China to Spread AIDS Prevention Knowledge to Children
- China Vows to Crack down on Fake Medical Ads
- China: No New Winter Bird Flu
- Support to Minority Medicines Stepped up
- HIV Children to Receive Free Anti-retroviral Therapy
- China Vows to Eradicate Measles by 2012
- Reg on Organ Transplants to Be Issued
- 71% of Chinese AIDS Patients on Anti-viral Treatment
- HIV Cases in China Up 30%
- Ministry Orders Inspections for Harmful Duck Eggs
- Rabies Remains China's Most Deadly Disease
- New Reg on Blood Donation Issued
- Medical Joint Ventures Expand in China
- TB Drug Resistance Survey to Carry out
- Medical Teams Continue to Help Africa
- Methadone Therapy, Needle Exchanges Leading HIV Battle
- 206 New Methadone Clinics Opened
- Tighter Checks at Construction Projects
- No Blind Foreign Models in Medical Reforms
- Cautious for Leg-lengthening Operations
- Suggestion to Abolish TCM Lambasted
- Organ Donation, Transplants Regulated
- Monthly Report on Public Health Emergencies Launched
- Public Health Emergencies in September 2006
- China to Continue to Send Medical Teams to Africa
- China confirms new human bird flu case
- British scientists developing spinal injury treatment
- Stress could lead to cervical cancer
- Oriental Magpie Robin tests positive for H5N1 virus in HK
- City doctors give up good life for a worthy cause
- Traditional medicines not always the tonic
- TCM trial aimed to help prevent diseases
- Experts agree global language of TCM
- You need moxie to try moxibustion
- Acupuncture used during heart surgery
Diet & Nutrition
- Sugary drinks raise risk of gout in men
- Eating broccoli may help fight heart disease
- Eat radishes, skip the pharmacy
- How to cook your catch
- Coffee, tea linked to lower risk of kidney cancer
Researchers worldwide have discovered that eating fish regularly - one or two serves weekly - may reduce the risk of diseases ranging from childhood asthma to prostate cancer.

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