‘Ministry of Health’ Tags   
  • China Issues Drinking Water Source Protection Plan

    June 21, 2010

    In conjunction with the National Development and Reform Commission, the Ministry of Housing, and the Urban-Rural Department of China, The Ministry of Water Resources, and The Ministry of Health, China's Ministry of Environmental Protection has issued a plan for the protection of drinking water resource of cities in China.

  • China's MOH Exposes Substandard Disinfection Products

    May 25, 2010

    China's Ministry of Health has published a list of 67 substandard disinfection products and is reminding consumers to be prudent when choosing these products.

  • China To Ban Smoking In Indoor Public Places By 2011

    May 14, 2010

    Yang Qing, an official from China's Ministry of Health of China, disclosed at a recent press conference that, from January 2011, smoking will be banned entirely from all indoor public places, work places, on public transportation, and other areas on the Chinese mainland.

  • China: Public Should Be Cautious Of Blood Transfusions

    April 19, 2010

    Zhao Minggang, an official from China's Ministry of Health, called on the public to have realistic ideas about the use of blood and to avoid blood transfusions when there is any alternative.

  • China Limits Vehicle Traffic For World Health Day

    April 9, 2010

    Huang Jiefu, the vice minister of China's Ministry of Health, has disclosed to local media that China will limit vehicle use on 493 streets on 449 cities across the country on April 11, 2010 to facilitate various public health activities to be held on that day.

  • China's MOH Probes Suspect Vaccines In Shanxi

    March 22, 2010

    China's Ministry of Health has launched an investigation into a report that defective vaccines had killed or disabled up to 100 children in Shanxi province and has asked the Shanxi provincial health department to report abnormalities caused by the vaccines as soon as possible.

  • China To Rectify Issues With Unsafe Food Products

    February 4, 2010

    At a recent working conference, China's National Office of Food Safety asked that decisive measures be taken to completely remove all possible risks from the country's food market.