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Good news for diabetics: Fasting diet can reverse diabetes
Study: Diabetes Cuts Life Span by At Least 9 Years

House Hearing on Bioterrorism
Donald A. Henderson, the doctor who beats the Smallpox dies at 87

A Chinese woman wears a mask as haze from smog caused by air pollution hangs over the Forbidden City in Beijing, China, on Nov. 15, 2015.
Air pollution crisis: Most developing world cities have 'unhealthy' air

Taiwan’s new government receives
China to Taiwan's New Government: You May Lose WHO Observer Status; US Vows Support for the Island

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A huge Quaker Oats box is displayed at the company's headquarters in Chicago on Dec. 4, 2000.
Quaker Oats sued over misleading advertising claim; Cancer-causing herbicide found in ‘100% natural oatmeal’

To make matters worse, the vaccine scandal has created an atmosphere of distrust toward China’s medical system.
Hundreds of Chinese Officials Punished, 202 Suspects Arrested Over Shandong Vaccine Scandal

A nurse wheels a patient along a hospital hallway in Nanning, Guangxi Province, on Nov. 27, 2014.
Jiangsu to Cut Use of Antibiotics in Hospitals

Mariano Rajoy supports his candidates for Madrid during an electoral campaign event
#FreeBacon Trends On Twitter After WHO Report Linking Processed Meat To Cancer

The World Health Organization has only recommended one Chinese pharmaceutical company to export the drug abroad.
China Not Benefiting from Nobel-winning Anti-malarial Drug

Tu Youyou grew up in Ningbo but left for Beijing to study in a university in the 1950s.
Three Scientists Who Save Millions of Lives Now Share a Nobel Prize

A doctor belonging to the Chinese medical team attends to patients in an African town.
Chinese, African Health Ministers Affirm Commitment to Cape Town Declaration for Future Cooperation

In recent years, China has strengthened cooperation with the West to tackle serious global health issues.
First Lady's English Speeches Attract International Attention

In China, a natural birth is preferred, as an unnecessary C-section poses health risks for the mother and child.
Cuba Beats U.S. In Getting WHO Validation For Elimination Of Mother-to-Child Transmission Of HIV, Syphilis

Two experts from the Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention do experiments at the virus lab of the Fuyang Disease Control Center in Fuyang, Anhui Province.
Chinese Scientists Done with Genome Sequencing of Imported MERS, No Variation Found

Reforms planned at WHO to tackel Ebola like crisis in future
Newly Reformed WHO To Tackle Ebola-Like Crisis In The Future

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