Wednesday, 19th, 2018 | 10:03AM Updated

In China, caesarean birth rate is much higher in cities than in rural areas.
New Study Reveals a Lower Cesarean Rate in China

China has plans to raise the average life expectancy to 77.3 by 2020 and 79 by 2030, as stated in
'Healthy China 2030' on Its Way of Raising Average Life Expectancy to 79

China is determined to stop illegal organ trade.
Chinese Surgeons Committed to Stopping Organ Trafficking in China

Chinese children are getting fatter due to lack of exercise.
Childhood Obesity on the Rise in China; Country to Top the World by 2025

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China's First Lady Peng Liyuan is a staunch supporter of the country's anti-AIDS advocacy.
Chinese First Lady Peng Liyuan Calls for Heightened International Efforts Against AIDS

Chinese researchers using mice for antibiotic tests.
China Battling Against Dangerous Problem of Antimicrobial Resistance

Miami Beach Sprays To Combat Zika Virus Carrying Mosquitoes
Zika virus can be transmitted to immature mosquito forms: Study report

China's healthcare system might break down from the surge of diabetics in the country.
Surge of Diabetes in China Threatens Healthcare System

Residents in Florida fight Zika through fumigation.
China Releases Mosquitoes to Stop Spread of Zika Virus

Mother Daniele Santos holds her baby Juan Pedro, who has microcephaly, on May 30, 2016 in Recife, Brazil.
Zika virus affecting people’s travel plans; Many may avoid Rio Olympics

Cancer accounts for 27.4 percent of deaths in China.
Cancer Causes Most Premature Deaths in Beijing

Reports said that Chinese are exposed to high concentrations of hazardous PM2.5.
Air Pollution in China Cuts Two Years Off Life Expectancy

Smoking is one of the leading causes of indoor air pollution.
Indoor Air Pollution Is More Dangerous Than Outdoor: Experts

To make matters worse, the vaccine scandal has created an atmosphere of distrust toward China’s medical system.
China's Vaccine Scandal Generates Public Mistrust

The additional vaccines WHO is asking China to add in its program are all beneficial to children, according to Lance Rodewald, team leader of WHO China’s Expanded Program on Immunization.
WHO Calls on Chinese Government to Expand Vaccine List

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