Health Minister Nguyễn Thị Kim Tiến yesterday ordered the immediate transfer of critically ill infants from a provincial hospital to centrally-administered ones.
Nguyễn Viết Tiến, Deputy Minister of Health, spoke to the newspaper Hải quan (Customs) about the health sector’s determination to offer top service to all people nationwide.
Health experts shared the latest scientific research findings on nutrients for early brain development at a symposium on Sunday.
After her first child died when she was just five months old, Nguyễn Thị Th., a nurse from northern Thanh Hóa Province’s Quảng Xương District, gave birth to a healthy baby girl.
A lack of nutrition among pregnant women and those breastfeeding their babies is common in Việt Nam, with deficiencies in zinc, folate, vitamin A and calcium, according to experts.
A young woman for the first time has been elected village chief of a Chứt ethnic minority group, the highest hounour in their society, in central Hà Tĩnh Province’s Hương Liên Commune.
A total of 1,000 babies have been born by the in-vitro fertilisation (IVF) method at Huế Central General Hospital, associate professor Nguyễn Duy Thăng, deputy director of the hospital, said.
The Vinmec International Hospital’s Reproductive Technology Centre received over 25,000 infertile couples, of which 1,200 were provided in-vitro fertilisation (IVF) services since the centre opened in November 2014.