Delivery drivers up and down the nation earn a pittance for doing a tough and important job, so the temptation to cut corners must be huge.
Government employees in mountainous Sơn Tây District of Quảng Ngãi Province have faced a bit of a pickle.
Due to an admin error, 27 patients recently discharged from hospitals and medical centres in central Bình Định Province are now considered 'dead' in their medical records.
It’s good advice, but the story of a young girl’s determination to abide by her mother’s words might call into question the validity of this adage.
All of us can recall vividly when our gag reflex kicks in as a doctor’s tongue depressor probes a bit too far in our mouth, nature’s clever way of ejecting undesirable objects.
You may have heard of people dying from obesity, but it's rare to hear of someone going to prison prison for not eating enough. But that's the case here.
Last Saturday afternoon, many drivers on the HCM City – Long Thành – Dầu Giây Expressway were so surprised to see the words "Don’t drive when it rains" illuminated on the electronic signs above the road.