(VOV) -Simon Grimstrup, the pride of Denmark, savoured the sweet taste of success, securing top place at the 70-km ultra international Vietnam Mountain Marathon 2014 in Sapa on September 21.
(VOV) -Nearly 500 runners from 40 countries are expected to compete in the 70-km ultra international Vietnam Mountain Marathon 2014 taking place in the northern Vietnam mountains in Hoang Lien National Park from Sept. 18-22.
The US-based Eli Lilly and Company, one of the world’s pharmaceutical giants, has opened a representative office in Ho Chi Minh City, making Vietnam the 11th destination in Asia that it has reached out to.
(VOV) -Diabetes in Vietnam is becoming increasingly common and is on the rise nationwide, especially in the metropolitan and areas surrounding industrial zones.
As many as 1,500 doctors nationwide are benefiting from an international diabetes training programme which opened in Ho Chi Minh City on April 14.
(VOV) -Australia’s leading healthcare company Sanofi has announced its program of cooperation with the American Diabetes Association (ADA) and the Society of Endocrinology - Diabetes Vietnam (VADE) to control diabetes in Vietnam.
(VOV) - Vietnam is one of countries having the highest growth rates of diabetics in the world.
Non-communicable conditions such as diabetes, hypertension and injuries caused by traffic accidents account for 70% of health problems in Vietnam.
(VOV) -Vietnam and Denmark have signed agreements on tertiary education and diabetes cooperation during the three-day visit by Danish Minister for Trade and Investment, Pia Olsen Dyhr (March 5-7).
(VOV) -The Royal Cambodian Army’s Preah Ket Mealea hospital under and the Vietnam People’s Army’s 175 hospital held a joint conference on military medicine in Phnom Penh on December 28.
A meeting was held in Ho Chi Minh City on November 12 to mark World Diabetes Day (November 14), on the theme “Nutrition and Action to Prevent Diabetes”.
The number of patients with diabetes worldwide will reach about 300 million in 2025, according to recent statistics from the World Health Organization (WHO).
The Health Ministry and the National Hospital of Endocrinology held a conference in Hanoi on September 24 at the start of a national diabetes prevention project.
Vietnam is among the developing countries with the fastest-growing rate of diabetes, a health official reported at a press conference to mark World Diabetes Day (November 14).