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  1. News - China - HEALTH

    Doctors attacked by knife-wielding patient in Shanghai, latest in series of assaults on medics

    Posted Mar 21st 2014, 05:00pm by Minnie Chan

    ... officers also came under attack in the drill, the report said. The exercises ended with three of the attackers shot dead. A doctor in Heilongjiang province was beaten to death with an iron bar last ...

  2. News - China - HEALTH

    Weeping doctor paraded around hospital by angry mob after patient dies

    Posted Mar 06th 2014, 05:07pm by SIJIA JIANG

    ... frequently report on patients assaulting medical staff. A doctor in Heilongjiang province was beaten to death with an iron bar last month, allegedly by a patient who was unhappy with the treatment he ... condition in the same ward as the woman's daughter. A doctor in Heilongjiang province was beaten to death with an iron bar last month, allegedly by a patient who was unhappy with treatment he ...

  3. Ironing out diet deficiencies

    Posted Jun 20th 2010, 12:00am by Wynnie Chan

    ... Wynnie Chan Azaara asks: Although I eat a balanced diet with plenty of iron rich foods, I've been told I have a low haemoglobin count. Why is this? Wynnie says: Although there are many causes of anaemia (low haemoglobin), iron deficiency is the most common one. Iron is an essential part of haemoglobin, the red pigment in our blood that helps red blood cells to deliver ...

  4. Camp competition yields 'Iron Man' of science

    Posted Aug 01st 2008, 12:00am by Sunny Tse

    ... Sunny Tse Sixty Form Six science students gathered at the Chinese University of Hong Kong recently to find out who would be this year's 'Iron Man'. The '10th Iron Man of Science' competition was organised by CUHK's Faculty of Science last week. The competition included a two-day camp. Participants were tested with quizzes, physical challenges, and hands-on ...

  5. Getting more iron

    Posted Mar 16th 2008, 12:00am by Wynnie Chan

    ... Wynnie Chan Susan Rai, 14 Susan asks: What foods do you need to eat if you have anaemia? Wynnie says: Anaemia is commonly caused by a deficiency of iron. With anaemia, the body either doesn't have enough red blood cells or these cells aren't big enough to carry oxygen from the lungs to the body cells. Iron is needed to make haemoglobin, an essential part of the red blood ...

  6. Computerisation to iron out kinks in doctors' handwriting

    Posted May 02nd 2007, 12:00am by Lilian Goh

    ... Lilian Goh In the computer age, handwritten prescriptions in hospital wards look like a relic of the past, and the Hospital Authority's chief pharmacist is working to get rid of them. Lee Pak-wai said hospital outpatient clinics had been using comput ...

  7. Sino Biopharma to launch brain drug

    Posted Nov 16th 2004, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Winston Yau Sino Biopharmaceutical intends to use one of its associate companies to make and market a new Japanese drug that treats internal bleeding of the brain and stomach. The modern Chinese medicine and biopharmaceutical firm said Beijing Tide Pharmaceutical, in which it had a 35 per cent stake, was in talks with Japan's LTT Bio-Pharma about a possible partnership. Sino ...

  8. Lifestyle - Health - FIT & FAB

    Fit and Fab: the making of an ironman

    Posted Mar 05th 2013, 12:00am by Rachel Jacqueline

    ... Rachel Jacqueline life@scmp.com Iron will for an ironman He lost his job. He dehydrated himself to the point of needing hospital treatment, and his delirious state caused him to cut ... a true Ironman, completing the course in nine hours, 31 minutes, eight seconds. He placed 118th overall and eighth among men in the 40-44 age division. While Kasten believes an iron ...

  9. Lifestyle - Technology - SHORT SCIENCE

    Short Science, December 30, 2012

    Posted Dec 30th 2012, 12:00am by AGENCIES

    ... is the primary source of vitamin D for children, but dairy products can interfere with the absorption of iron. Now researchers have established that for most children, two cups a day achieves the right balance. A study by Canadian scientists, published online in the journal Pediatrics, found that two cups a day was enough to maintain sufficient vitamin D without affecting iron levels. NYT ...

  10. News - China - HEALTH

    Shenzhen hospital's buying of vital devices held up by red tape

    Posted Mar 12th 2013, 12:00am by Alice Yan

    ... Centre- a Sino-US joint venture- said the problem the Shenzhen hospital had encountered was "too common" across the mainland and government officials were not motivated to speed up ...




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