Robot guide introduced to Zhanjiang hospital
"Xiaoshen", the first robot guide in western Guangdong, started his career at the Central People's Hospital of Zhanjiang recently, providing reception services for patients.
Industry-university-research partnership develops new medical product
The real transformation is when clinical outcome not only can be produced successfully, but also when the product can benefit common people. ”
Chinese obstetrician delivers over 1,000 babies in 14 months
A female Chinese obstetrician working in Morocco has delivered more than 1,000 babies during her 14 months there, China’s Central Television reported Wednesday.
China removes import tariffs on all cancer drugs
China on Tuesday has exempted import tariffs on all common drugs including cancer drugs, cancer alkaloid-based drugs, and imported traditional Chinese medicine.
Why are you not losing weight?
To lose weight. Fast forward to today. You’ve cut out the fast food, revamped your diet and committed to an exercise routine. But the numbers on the scale haven’t budged at all. Why?
Have you tried these amazing Chinese foods?
When it comes to Chinese dishes there are many cooking styles with each province having a special flavor to their foods. Here are some amazing Chinese foods you should try.
Flowers that don’t just look good, but taste good too!
Some of the flowers not only look delightful, but also are delicious and are considered to have medicinal value.
New program launched to address poverty caused by illness
China launched a new program Friday to help address poverty caused by illness.
Rejected antibiotic candidate likely to get new chance for producing bacteria killers
After being shelved for more than 50 years, an antibiotic candidate, which was once regarded as less promising in killing bacteria, has caught the attention of researchers for its special ability to cure a popular disease, according to a new study.
Higher blood sugar in early pregnancy linked to risk for congenital heart defects in babies
Pregnant women, who have a higher level of blood sugar in their early pregnancy, whether they have diabetes or not, ran a greater risk of giving birth to babies with heart diseases, a new study said.