International journal publishes Vietnamese IVF research Health

International journal publishes Vietnamese IVF research

The development of children born from a "freeze-only" transfer is similar to and even better than those born from a "fresh embryo" transfer, according to a study conducted by Vietnamese researchers and published in the international journal Fertility and Sterility.
Time to let labourers decide when they retire: expert Society

Time to let labourers decide when they retire: expert

Some special occupations including preschool teachers should be allowed to retire earlier than the age set in the Labour Code, said Trinh Thanh Hang, head of the department for woman affairs of the Vietnam General Confederation of Labour (VGCL).
Health insurance key to tackle child malnutrition Society

Health insurance key to tackle child malnutrition

Vietnam reported about 700,000 cases of acute malnutrition each year, of which about 230,000 were severe and required medical treatment, according to Huynh Nam Phuong, deputy director of the Food and Nutrition Training Centre under the National Institute of Nutrition.
Flying kites - Happiness on a string Society

Flying kites - Happiness on a string

Colourful kites in sparkling sunlight with a backdrop of blue sky is truly a sight to behold and exudes a certain serenity. Such stunning scenes are soothing and relaxing for people of all ages.
Young talent swimming towards Olympic dreams Culture - Sports

Young talent swimming towards Olympic dreams

The first Vietnamese athlete to clinch a spot in the country’s 2020 Tokyo Olympics team, swimmer Nguyen Huy Hoang then suffered the disappointment of seeing the world’s largest sporting event delayed by a year due to the coronavirus outbreak.