Vietnamese woman returning from abroad with fever tests negative for MERS

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Vietnamese woman returning from abroad with fever tests negative for MERS

A young Vietnamese woman suspected of developing Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) has tested negative for the deadly coronavirus after she returned from abroad with a high fever, local health authorities confirmed on Wednesday.

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Japanese encephalitis kills five children in Dak Lak

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Japanese encephalitis kills five children in Dak Lak

VietNamNet Bridge – Japanese encephalitis (JE) has claimed the lives of five children so far this year in the Central Highland province of Dak Lak, the provincial General Hospital said.

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Japanese encephalitis kills five children in Dak Lak

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Japanese encephalitis kills five children in Dak Lak

Japanese encephalitis (JE) has claimed the lives of five children so far this year in the Central Highland province of Dak Lak, the provincial General Hospital said.

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Japanese encephalitis kills five children in Dak Lak

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Japanese encephalitis kills five children in Dak Lak

Japanese encephalitis (JE) has claimed the lives of five children so far this year in the Central Highland province of Dak Lak, the provincial General Hospital said.

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More people hospitalized on hot, muggy days in Vietnam

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More people hospitalized on hot, muggy days in Vietnam

More people have been hospitalized after suffering ‘weather diseases’ such as respiratory and digestive problems, fever, sore throat and chronic inflammation of the lungs, bronchial tubes and nasal mucous membrane during the recent hot and muggy days in Vietnam.

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Over 3,000 bitten by stray dogs in Vietnam province amid rabies outbreak

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Over 3,000 bitten by stray dogs in Vietnam province amid rabies outbreak

Thai Nguyen health authorities have reported an increase in rabies infection after many people were bitten by stray dogs.

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Readers help abandoned children in Hai Duong Province

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Readers help abandoned children in Hai Duong Province

DTiNews has transferred nearly VND65m in donations from readers to a humanitarian centre in Hai Duong Province which trying to cope with caring for four abandoned children.

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Breakfast @ Tuoi Tre News – January 13

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Breakfast @ Tuoi Tre News – January 13

Briefs of some of the leading news stories published on Tuesday (January 13) in Tuoi Tre (Youth) newspaper:

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Vietnam sees first fatal case of hand-foot-mouth disease in 2015

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A toddler from the Mekong Delta province of Hau Giang died of hand-foot-mouth disease on January 4, marking the first HFMD fatality in the country this year.

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Vietnam to stick to white asbestos, despite cancer concern

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Vietnam to stick to white asbestos, despite cancer concern

A Health Ministry expert urged Vietnam to limit consumer exposure to chrysotile, or white asbestos, but construction insiders prevailed by arguing the material is safe and cheap.

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Meningitis cases on upward trend

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SaiGon GP English 7 month(s) ago

Doctors fear an outbreak of meningitis among children, especially meningitis caused by Pneumococcus.

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Number of victims of venomous snakes increases in central Vietnam

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SaiGon GP English 7 month(s) ago

Recently more and more residents in the central province of Thua Thien – Hue were hospitalized because of being bitten by the green pit viper, a species of venomous snake.

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Contaminated soil a major, but ignored, problem in Vietnam

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Contaminated soil a major, but ignored, problem in Vietnam

Soil contamination, which is almost undetectable without special equipment, is believed to be a leading cause behind many health problems in Vietnam, including cancer, headaches, inflammation, and coughing.

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Meeting responds to World Rabies Day

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VietnamPlus English 9 month(s) ago 3 related news

Rabies is one of the world’s oldest animal diseases which causes the deaths of 55,000-60,000 people annually, mostly in Asia and Africa, heard a September 27 meeting in northern Hoa Binh province in response to the World Rabies Day 2014 (September 28).

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HCMC has no report of surge of pinkeye patients

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SaiGon GP English 9 month(s) ago

The Ministry of Health has warned of spread of pinkeye in some northern areas, especially Hanoi, which is affecting thousands of people.

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