Monday, 20th, 2017 | 12:19PM Updated

Approximately three million people develop cancer in China yearly and the registry is expected to include 40 percent of the nation’s population of 1.36 billion by the year 2020.
China’s Health Authorities to Unveil Free Cancer Screening for Women in Key Cities

The current policy in place permits a family to have a second child on the condition that both parents came from single-child families.
China Launches Campaign Controlling Newborn Sex Ratio Anew

A plan has been set up by Chinese authorities to provide educational aid to medical students from rural areas in the country, provided that they return to the countryside after graduation.
China’s Health Regulator Bans Online Release of Medical Diagnoses

China vows to continue sending medical workers and other humanitarian aid to Ebola-hit regions.
China Continues Effort to Aid Africa in Fighting Ebola

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According to some experts, husbands in Shanghai are more considerate compared with the rest of China.
Remarried Couples Struggle with Chinese Autonomous Region’s Baby Restrictions

China has previously sent army medical workers to Africa as part of its health development ties with the country.
China, Africa to Strengthen Health Development Ties

A patient undergoes a breast implant surgery at a hospital in Hefei, Anhui Province.
China, S. Korea Agree to Provide Joint Accreditation to Plastic Surgeons

A woman holds her child with one hand and toys with the other at a railway station in Beijing, Jan. 14, 2014.
China Will Not Impose Unlimited Second Child Policy This Year

Newlywed couples stroll past Tianamen after a group marriage ceremony.
China Announces No Further Changes to Family Planning Policy

Cui Yuying shakes hands with Mexico's Foreign Affairs Undersecretary, Carlos de Icaza.
Number of High-Rank Female Government Officials Increases in China

A woman pushes a baby on bike next to damaged cars and debris in Beijing.
China Could Find Reprieve in the Race Against the Aging Society Clock

AIDS is a national problem in China. There are currently 3,500 AIDS orphans in Henan Province alone.
Experts Urge More Sexual Health Education for Chinese Youth

China's population is expected to increase by 1 million more in 2015.
China Forecasts 1 Million More Births in 2015

Moutai liquors on a shelf at a supermaket in Xuchang, Henan Province. Health authorities are debating whether to permit gold flakes to be added to baijiu.
Gold Proposed as Food Additive

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