China's average life expectancy rose to 74.83 years as of the end of 2010, according to the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS).
Health departments should protect patients' privacy and refrain from leaking their personal information and related materials.
Since April 2010, the Medicines Without Borders has been providing free healthcare to thousands of slum dwellers.
Nutritional supplements of healthy ingredients can help people through the stress of earthquakes and their aftermath.
The US FDA approved Marqibo to treat adults with a rare type of leukemia called Philadelphia chromosome negative ALL.
Ding Liangyou, 85, the owner of a small grocery store in Nantong, Jiangsu, has been serving passersby free patchouli tea every summer for 6 years.
The heart pump for children, which provides life-saving bridge to transplantation, is very useful as it can keep 90 percent of children alive.
Nestle is conducting tests on one of its new baby formula products after receiving complaints that it was making children sick with diarrhea and vomit.
US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton joined South Africa's Minister of Health in a visit to the Delft South Clinic in Cape town.
Restaurant Week is coming back, with even a larger selection of the best restaurants in town.
The Australian government has provided 26 million US dollars financial aids to help Indonesia improve access to HIV services in Papua.
More than one-third of Canadians have not obtained needed health care because of insufficient insurance coverage.