Pollution Killing You, May Also Be Making You Fat

Study conducted by Duke University links pollution to obesity.

by Anna Myers, 23 February 2016

China Reports Second Zika Virus Case

On Monday, a Chinese citizen was quarantined upon returning to Guangzhou and diagnosed with China's second case of the Zika virus.

by Lucas dos Santos, 17 February 2016

China Reports First Case of Zika Virus

Just over a week after the World Health Organization declared the Zika virus a global public health emergency, China has reported its first case.

by Matthew Bossons, 10 February 2016

Cancer Claimed 2.8 Million Deaths in China in 2015

A staggering 2.8 million cancer-related deaths occurred in 2015, averaging 7,500 a day.

by Daniel Mannering, 01 February 2016

Why Mindfulness is Making Waves (and Money) in China

A buzzword of modern wellbeing, the Western practice of 'mindfulness' (with Buddhist characteristics) is making its way back to Asia.

by Marianna Cerini, 18 December 2015

Abstinence or Condoms: Chinese Colleges Debate Safe Sex

Victorian sensibilities, alive and well in secular China.

by Ella Wong, 16 November 2015

Shocking Increase in Teenage AIDS Cases in Guangzhou

In 2002, students with AIDS accounted for only 0.74 percent of the total AIDS percentage in Guangzhou - last year they accounted for 3.91 percent.

by Matthew Bossons, 13 November 2015

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