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Dr Luong Ngoc Khue, director general of the Administration of Medical Service, Ministry of Health, talks to Vietnam News Agency about how hospital quality standards improved healthcare after being introduced in 2012.
Quynh Hoa recently spent the day at the Central Military Hospital 108’s Centre for Craniofacial and Plastic Surgery to understand more about the army doctors’ intelligence and devotion.
Le Thi Thanh Huong is on her way to the bank to make a withdrawal.
Written medical records could be on their way out, as pilot software will allow patients to use codes to access their e-prescriptions on a national online prescription system.
The Ministry of Health has announced there are no new mutations of influenza viruses or drug-resistant strains in Vietnam.
New vaccine production technology from a British university has been transferred to Vietnam which may help lower the cost and shorten production times.
It's understandable that Vietnamese are increasingly concerned about health issues as air and water pollution has become palpable in large cities.
Nguyen Thi Thom, a 37-year-old woman, has died of H1N1 bird flu in Kon Tum Province, while 44 others who made physical contact with her have been isolated for testing.
HCM City wants to upgrade its Food Safety Management Board into a department and plans to seek Government approval for it.
Medical experts have denied the existence of a deadly virus which causes myocarditis, an inflammation of the heart muscles.
The lack of documents in Braille and audio books, as well as few sign language speakers limits blind people's development, according to Pham Viet Thu, President of Việt Nam Blind Association.
Laughing yoga is gradually becoming popular in the world, attracting more people to practice.