A photo exhibition entitled “Ước mơ luôn xanh (Dreams are blue) opened last Saturday (August 12) in HCM City.
The intake of nutritional supplements by pregnant women and a breastfeeding support programme have together improved birth outcome and exclusive breastfeeding rates in Việt Nam, a clinical study has shown.
Nguyễn Thị Hồng, deputy governor of the State Bank of Việt Nam, said as of May end bank credit had grown at 6.58 per cent in the year-to-date, an eight-year high.
Global healthcare company Abbott recorded net sales of US$434 million in the Vietnamese market last year, the company’s 2016 annual report revealed.
Vietnam Dairy 2017 will take place at the Hữu Nghị Culture Palace in Hà Nội from May 31 to June 3.
Over 200 older parents accompanied by their adult children received free and comprehensive health checks at Chợ Rẫy Hospital last Saturday, part of the Parent’s Companion event held by Abbott in collaboration with the Việt Nam Medical Association on the occasion of Mother’s-Father’s Day.
On March 22, Viet Nam's Ministry of Health launched the National Guideline on Nutrition for Pregnant Women and Lactating Mothers, with technical and financial support from global healthcare company Abbott.
Healthcare company Abbott has been named among the best places to work in Việt Nam for the fourth consecutive year in the survey by Anphabe, a leading network for professionals.
The health ministry on Wednesday released “The National Guideline on Nutrition for Pregnant Women and Lactating Mothers” to improve women’s health and thus the physical stature of Vietnamese people.