No report of vaccine side effect in mass immunization campaign

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SaiGon GP English 1 week(s) ago

No report of vaccine side effect in mass immunization campaign

There has not been report on side effects of immunizations in babies and young children in the mass free-of-charge vaccination campaign in the country, said Professor Nguyen Tran Hien, head of the National Institute of Hygiene and Epidemiology at a press brief in Hanoi on September 19.

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Ministry wants to know why a Chinese pear took five months to rot

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Ministry wants to know why a Chinese pear took five months to rot

VietNamNet Bridge – A Chinese pear bought by the director of the National Institute for Food Safety and Hygiene Testing in Hanoi began to rot after an unusually long five month period.

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Foreign organisations provide eye care for poor people

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Foreign organisations provide eye care for poor people

(VOV) - The Republic of Korean organisation Vision Care in coordination with the Vietnam National Institute of Ophthalmology (VNIO) and Ha Giang Eye Hospital have provided eye care check-ups and surgery for nearly 1,000 poor and ethnic minority people in Ha Giang province.

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One more fatality caused from military helicopter crash

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Báo Dân Trí English 3 week(s) ago 2 related news

One more fatality caused from military helicopter crash

One more of the victims from the military helicopter accident which occurred in early July passed away on September 2, raising the incident’s death toll to 20.

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Hanoi chopper crash death toll raises to 20

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Hanoi chopper crash death toll raises to 20

One more soldier succumbed to multiple injuries on September 2, raising total death toll to 20, nearly two months after a fatal helicopter crash in Hanoi.

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Angunguhwanghwan recalled in Vietnam

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SaiGon GP English 1 month(s) ago

The Food Administration of Vietnam under the Ministry of Health August 27 issued a decision to recall Angunguhwanghwan and destroy the nutritional supplement made by Korean Mannyon Health Corporation.

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Drug-resistant malaria a growing threat

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Drug-resistant malaria a growing threat

VietNamNet Bridge – Although Vietnam has seen a downward trend of malaria cases, elimination of the disease faces challenges, including the emergence of a strain that has become more drug-resistant, thus, requiring a longer period of recovery, and an increasing number of cases caused by a less dangerous strain that is, however, more difficult to treat.

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Drug-resistant malaria a growing threat

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Drug-resistant malaria a growing threat

Although Vietnam has seen a downward trend of malaria cases, elimination of the disease faces challenges, including the emergence of a strain that has become more drug-resistant, thus, requiring a longer period of recovery, and an increasing number of cases caused by a less dangerous strain that is, however, more difficult to treat.

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Drug-resistant malaria a growing threat

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VietNam News English 1 month(s) ago 1 related news

Although Viet Nam has seen a downward trend of malaria cases, elimination of the disease faces challenges, including the emergence of a strain that has become more drug-resistant, thus, requiring a longer period of recovery, and an increasing number of cases caused by a less dangerous strain that is, however, more difficult to treat.

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Sunflower seeds tested for toxic additives

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Báo Tuổi Trẻ English 20 month(s) ago

Sunflower seeds tested for toxic additives

The National Institute for Food Control has collected 10 samples of imported sunflower seed products in Hanoi for safety test, following a recent news report in China saying traces of aluminum and talc powder are found in the products.

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Conditions worsen for helicopter crash survivors

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Báo Dân Trí English 2 month(s) ago

Conditions worsen for helicopter crash survivors

The conditions of the three survivors of the recent helicopter crash in Hanoi have deteriorated, said Lieutenant General Vo Van Tuan, Deputy Chief of the General Staff of the Vietnam People's Army.

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Young doctors accompany to fishermen

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SaiGon GP English 2 month(s) ago

The central Young Physician Association July 13 organized in partnership with Vietnam National Institute of Maritime Medicine to launch the program “Young doctors accompany fishermen” in the central province of Quang Nam.

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KFC chips, crackers to be tested for carcinogens

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VietnamNet English 2 month(s) ago

KFC chips, crackers to be tested for carcinogens

VietNamNet Bridge - The Ministry of Health has asked the National Institute for Food Quarantine to take three random samples of KFC fried potatoes and three samples of crackers to test for carcinogens.

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Hospitals race to save survivors of helicopter crash

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Hospitals race to save survivors of helicopter crash

Doctors at the National Institute of Burns held a consultation with several big hospitals in Hanoi on July 9 to work out the best treatment methods for three soldiers severely burned in the recent helicopter crash.

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Survivors from helicopter crash still under special treatment

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Survivors from helicopter crash still under special treatment

The three soldiers who survived from the helicopter crash in Hanoi on Monday are now getting special treatments at the National Institute of Burns under Vietnam Military Medical University.

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