One third of world's population overweight or obese: study2017-06-13
More than two billion children and adults, or one third of the world's population, are now overweight or obese, according to a new study released Monday.
Menopause at earlier age may impact heart disease risk2017-05-24
A new study by researchers at the University of California, San Francisco, indicates that postmenopausal women who reached menopause at an earlier age or who never gave birth may be at higher risk for heart disease.
140 - 副本副本副本副本副本.jpg Report: Childhood obesity accelerating2017-05-12
One in four Chinese children age 7 or above will be obese in 2030
Need for quality healthcare nationwide2017-05-04
Although it's too early to evaluate the effects of Beijing's medical care reform, the first three weeks' trial since April 8 seems to have met people's expectations.
Chinese scientists use drop of blood to detect cancer2017-05-02
Scientists around the world are striving for effective detection of cancer in the early stages, and a Chinese scientist may have found a quick way of knowing whether malignant tumors exist in a patient's body, with just one drop of blood.
140 - 副本副本副本.jpg Brain waves can tell how much students like their class: study2017-04-28
When students pay attention in class, their brainwaves show remarkably similar patterns.
360截图-3037386.jpg Scientists unlock TCM drug's role in weight loss2017-04-18
Scientists unlock TCM drug's role in weight loss
Medical reforms shot in the arm for Beijing2017-04-07
Beijing will put a new medical care reform plan into effect on Saturday, which will bring an end to medicine price markups.
Chinese need more sleep amid mounting pressure2017-03-21
Sleeping the night through has become a luxury for many Chinese living amid the growing stress of a fast-paced society.
360截图-1105298.jpg Sleep lessons effective in curbing infant obesity: New Zealand study2017-03-07
Parents given help on how to ensure their infants sleep better have children who are less likely to be overweight.
E-cigarettes encouraging youth to smoke: study2017-01-24
E-cigarettes, widely promoted as an alternative to smoking, are actually attracting young people who might not otherwise have smoked tobacco products.
Government needs better understanding of health2017-01-06
Links found between air pollution and heart, respiratory and kidney problems
Diabetes, heart disease, back pain dominate U.S. health care spending: study2016-12-28
Just 20 conditions make up more than half of all spending on health care in the United States, a new study that examined spending by diseases and injuries said on Tuesday.
Experimental drug may help patients with heart failure2016-12-27
A new experimental drug called cimaglermin may help restore cardiac function after heart failure, a study in humans said Monday.
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