Traditional Chinese Medicine has helped 17,000 HIV carriers and AIDS patients in China.
China will resume the operation of all 54 bullet trains previously recalled over safety concerns starting from Dec 12, the Ministry of Railways said Thursday.
Beijing has recorded three fewer "blue sky days" in the past 11 months of the year compared to last year.
China Eastern Airlines has pledged to improve the English language skills of its flight crew.
The new threshold will help the poor gain access to more assistance.
China is set to progressively promote commercial health insurance programs.
The State Council's Legislative Affairs Office is asking government ministries for advice on a draft safety regulation to govern the use of school buses.
Thirteen people, including at least six children, were confirmed to have contracted hepatitis C in a recent outbreak in Anhui province.
Vice Premier Li Keqiang on Tuesday said the government is looking at measures that will deepen the reform of China's health care system.
While the heavy fog in northern China recedes over Monday night, southern parts of the country are likely to see thicker fog on Tuesday, according to the national meteorological department.
The rate of mother-to-child HIV/AIDS infection dropped from 34.8 percent in 2009 to 7.9 percent in 2010.