[Shanghai Daily (subscription)] - By Cai Wenjun | | ONLINE EDITION CHINESE women are more health-conscious and more active in promoting hygiene education, according to a global hygiene survey released in Shanghai yesterday. About 66 percent of Chinese women recently refrained
[People's Daily Online] - By Cai Wenjun (Shanghai Daily) Guangzhou reported nine flu outbreaks in schools since February and the Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region announced the resumption of morning checks in kindergartens and schools after many students suffered swine flu.
[People's Daily Online] - By Cai Wenjun and Lu Feiran (Shanghai Daily) Shanghai's air quality briefly hit highly polluted levels yesterday due to haze in the middle and downstream sections of the Yangtze River. For the first time, the Shanghai Environmental Monitoring Center
[People's Daily Online] - By Cai Wenjun (Shanghai Daily) Six plants have been shut, production suspended at two others and improvements ordered at a further two after their operations were blamed for causing a high level of lead in the blood of 160 children in Dongtang Town in
[People's Daily Online] - By Cai Wenjun (Shanghai Daily) COUPLES with the right to have a second child should be able to "sell" that right to the government for distribution to couples who don't, a deputy to the National People's Congress, said yesterday.
[People's Daily Online] - By Cai Wenjun (Shanghai Daily) CHINA is aiming to keep the number of people living with HIV/AIDS to within 1.2 million by 2015, up from the current estimate of , through enhanced education and the increased availability and use of condoms.
[People's Daily Online] - By Cai Wenjun (Shanghai Daily) Exhaust from motor vehicles and boats are the biggest source of local PM2.5 emissions, accounting for one-fourth of fine particles in the city's air, the Shanghai Environmental Protection Bureau said yesterday.
[Shanghai Daily (subscription)] - By Ni Yinbin, Xu Chi and Cai Wenjun | | NEWSPAPER EDITION The baby's mother holds him as his father (left) watches while the stretcher is wheeled into an emergency room at the Children's Hospital of Fudan University in Shanghai last night.
[Shanghai Daily (subscription)] - By Cai Wenjun | | NEWSPAPER EDITION A NEW stem cell therapy treatment to develop new bones for patients with bone loss and new skin for recipients of plastic surgery has been developed, doctors from Shanghai No.9 People's Hospital announced