US health behemoths cater to fresh demand

US health behemoths cater to fresh demand

US giants like General Electric, GSK, Merck, and Johnson & Johnson are eyeing new projects in Vietnam’s health sector to tap into local growing healthcare spending, signaling heated competition ahead in the lucrative market.
Health awareness adds to potential in funding

Health awareness adds to potential in funding

Dealmaking activities in healthcare have been ramped up across all subsectors that have stayed resilient during the prolonged pandemic.
US Vice President opens new CDC Southeast Asia Regional Office in Vietnam

US Vice President opens new CDC Southeast Asia Regional Office in Vietnam

Vice President Kamala D. Harris on August 25 launched the Southeast Asia Regional Office of the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Vietnam’s capital city of Hanoi.
New habits in health retail

New habits in health retail

Vietnam’s modern health and beauty retail sphere continues to gain traction as players are mulling over expansion plans.
Regular health check-ups prevent potential disease

Regular health check-ups prevent potential disease

While a growing Vietnamese economy is rapidly improving the quality of modern life, new risks of diseases continue emerging, threatening our health. Regular health check-ups are recommended by experts to help identify potential diseases and health issues at an early stage.
Coronavirus takes toll on mental health of Europe's medics

Coronavirus takes toll on mental health of Europe's medics

LONDON: Steve, a paramedic in northeast England, contracted the coronavirus two months ago. Then his wife fell ill. Both recovered but throughout they were concerned about passing it on to their two young sons.
Climate change factors should be included on death certificates to show relation between environment and health: Experts

Climate change factors should be included on death certificates to show relation between environment and health: Experts

BANGKOK: Death certificates should include information about climate change factors, including severe heat and air pollution, so as to increase understanding of how the environment is adversely affecting health, Australian medical scientists have argued.
Revenues plummet amid global health emergency

Revenues plummet amid global health emergency

Unprecedented public health challenges have crimped a hefty sum of profits of both foreign-invested enterprises and domestic counterparts. 
Japan approves Ebola drug remdesivir for COVID-19 treatment

Japan approves Ebola drug remdesivir for COVID-19 treatment

TOKYO: Japan on Thursday (May 7) authorised the antiviral drug remdesivir to treat coronavirus patients, the government said, with an eye to approving another medication Avigan this month.
Vietnam children back at school after 3-month coronavirus break

Vietnam children back at school after 3-month coronavirus break

HANOI: Millions of schoolchildren in Vietnam returned to class on Monday (May 4) after the country reported its 17th straight day of no domestically transmitted coronavirus infections. 
AirX Coffee Face Masks introduced to Vietnamese consumers

AirX Coffee Face Masks introduced to Vietnamese consumers 1

Shoe X has recently launched AirX Coffee Face Mask to help fight against the COVID-19 pandemic and protect the environment.
Ford partners GE Healthcare to produce 50,000 ventilators to fight off coronavirus

Ford partners GE Healthcare to produce 50,000 ventilators to fight off coronavirus

Ford and GE Healthcare will produce an FDA-cleared, third-party ventilator, with the output of 50,000 units within 100 days and 30,000 a month thereafter.
Vietnam and Germany join hands to fight against coronavirus

Vietnam and Germany join hands to fight against coronavirus

Vietnamese and German medical experts are promoting co-operation to defeat coronavirus
World leaders to hold crisis talks as COVID-19 toll tops 21,000

World leaders to hold crisis talks as COVID-19 toll tops 21,000

World leaders are to hold online crisis talks Thursday (Mar 26) on the coronavirus pandemic that has forced three billion people into lockdown and claimed more than 21,000 lives.
Various movements showcased in response to health emergency

Various movements showcased in response to health emergency

Last week the world stepped up its efforts to control and contain the coronavirus outbreak, which has so far infected over 145,000 people and claimed 5,500 lives. With different levels of financial levers at their disposal, countries and territories are demonstrating the varying methods that can be deployed in order to win the COVID-19 battle.  
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