Saturday, 18th, 2017 | 2:13PM Updated

Samples of the mosquito that carries the Zika virus. China has reported its third case of the disease this week.
China Braces Against Zika Virus, Confirms Third Case

Aedes aegypti mosquitos are seen in a lab at the Fiocruz institute on January 26, 2016 in Recife, Pernambuco state, Brazil. The mosquito transmits the Zika virus and is being studied at the institute.
Shenzhen Adopts Lab Test for Zika Virus

The Zika virus is strongly linked to primary microcephaly.
Chinese Border Province Heightens Alertness Over Zika Virus

Although the Aedes aegypti mosquito is found in China, experts from the NHFPC believe that the virus has a low chance of surviving in the country due to low temperature.
First Chinese Zika Patient Fully Recovered

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Researchers are also planning to launch an initiative that will help counter the spread of Zika in the country.
First Imported Case of Zika Virus in China Confirmed

Advocates continue to push for tougher tobacco regulations in China.
Beijing Youth Exposed to Tobacco

With the new family planning policy, Chinese officials step up their efforts to teach couples the proper way to raise a child.
Chinese Gov't Expected to Keep New Family Planning Policy for 20 to 30 Years

Brosis, a group led by teenager Xiao Xiyu, quizzed more than 1.500 parents with two children about the happiness of their older children.
Parents Protest Fees for Second Child Born Before Jan. 1

China's central government proposed the merger of two medical insurance systems for rural and urban dwellers.
China Makes Big Step with Medical Insurance Merger for Urban, Rural Equality

Chinese employees are enjoying deeper pockets than their counterparts in Asia.
Job-seeking Women Raise Concern Over China’s Two-child Policy

Chinese individuals who lack ID card and household registration were forbidden to have children under the previous one-child policy.
Chinese Lacking Identification Cards, Household Registration Reach 13 Million

In the survey, 61 percent of respondents believe that antibiotics are used to deal with colds and flu.
Misuse of Antibiotics Threatens Chinese Public Health

Floating people are those who left their native city to find a job or to study elsewhere.
China’s Floating Populace to Reach 291 Million in Five Years

Chinese e-commerce firm Mia.com is targeting middle-class parents.
Official Claims Two-child Policy Will Not Cause Baby Supply Shortage in Hong Kong

Chinese individuals who lack ID card and household registration were forbidden to have children under the previous one-child policy.
China Can Handle Surge of Newborns: Senior Health Official

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