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Despite public health campaigns, smoking remains the leading avoidable cause of death worldwide, killing almost six million people a year, mostly in low- and middle-income countries, the World Health Organization said Wednesday.
2013/7/12
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A decades-old Chinese policy of giving free coal for winter heating to residents in the north has shaved more than five years off life expectancy there, a study said Monday.
2013/7/10
Residents and water plants along a river in southern China that is used as a drinking source have been warned not to use the river's water after authorities detected excessive amounts of two dangerous chemicals.
2013/7/7
The new MERS coronavirus that has claimed dozens of lives in the Middle East does not yet have the ability to trigger a pandemic, but vigilance is needed in case it mutates, French scientists said on Friday.
2013/7/6
On any given day, some 80,000 patients in Europe are fighting an infection they picked up in hospital, often while in intensive care, the EU's disease monitoring agency said in a survey published on Thursday.
2013/7/6
The mood-stabilizing drug lithium reduces suicide risk by more than 60 percent among people with depression, a study said Thursday.
2013/6/29
Staying up late and poor handling of stress could aggregate skin aging, local doctors warned yesterday.
2013/6/21
The American Medical Association voted Tuesday to declare obesity a disease, a move that effectively defines 78 million American adults and 12 million children as having a medical condition requiring treatment.
2013/6/20
Polystyrene proves acceptable in test amid concerns: DOH
The Department of Health (DOH) yesterday said the recent examination results on polystyrene (PS), one of the most widely used plastics for such protective packaging as lids and bottles, were “okay,” noting that Taiwan, Europe, the U.S. and Japan do not ban PS dining utensils.
2013/6/14
Governments worldwide must ban all forms of tobacco marketing, not just billboards and TV ads, as companies find new ways to tap the market, the World Health Organization said Wednesday.
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