Malaysia: 35 treated for methane poisoning World

Malaysia: 35 treated for methane poisoning

Thirty-five people, mainly students, have been hospitalised after breathing in methane from chemical waste that had been illegally dumped into a river in Pasir Gudang, Johor state, Malaysian authorities said on March 7.
Changes needed in health sector: experts Health

Changes needed in health sector: experts

Global trends in health policies and practical access in the context of the rapidly aging population were topics of discussion at a forum on health care on November 13 in Hanoi.
Concerns over new cancer circular Health

Concerns over new cancer circular

New Ministry of Health (MoH) regulations on cancer treatment for outpatients from other provinces is causing problems to hospitals and thousands of sufferers.
Health ministry launches “Healthy Lung” portal Health

Health ministry launches “Healthy Lung” portal

The Medical Examination and Treatment Department under the Ministry of Health, in coordination with the AstraZeneca multinational pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical company, launched the “Healthy Lung” portal in Hanoi on August 16.
Vietnam moves to control non-communicable diseases Health

Vietnam moves to control non-communicable diseases

Diagnosis and management of outpatient treatment of non-communicable diseases like hypertension at commune-level health stations will be the focus of the Project on Strengthening Management of Hypertension and Diabetes at Commune Health Station and Communication on Salt Use Reduction.