Last week Việt Nam News asked readers if Việt Nam should only allow advertisers to promote formula for infants under one-year-old, rather than maintain its current four-year policy of allowing such advertising for toddlers up to two years old. Here are some comments we received: … [Read more...] about Should formula only be promoted for babies?
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No control on vaccine prices in HCMC Recent deaths and hospitalization of infants after vaccination has increased worry and fear among parents who now are resorting to willing pay more for better quality vaccines than use those provided free in the Government Expanded Program on … [Read more...] about No control on vaccine prices
Man wins prize for mobile health clinics Hoang Cong Hoa from the central region received a prize worth VND50 million (US$2,380) in a contest titled Innovation that matters to you. Hoa proposed connecting healthcare departments, relevant agencies and sponsors to develop mobile … [Read more...] about Social Headlines for November 30
Excited residents woke to a winter wonderland in New York on Sunday, shrieking with delight as they rode sleds in the sunshine after the second biggest snowfall in city records. NEW YORK: Excited residents woke to a winter wonderland in New York on Sunday (Jan 24), shrieking … [Read more...] about New York residents delight in winter wonderland
VietNamNet Bridge - With up to 60 percent of his body burned after a straw fire, the boy named Minh went to his class with a mask covering half of his deformed face. His body was also wrapped with gauze. Being called "superman" and "spider" by his classmates, Minh was not … [Read more...] about 6-year-old boy wears mask to school