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2016/09/08 | Medigo

Mortality and Causes of Death: 2015 and 2030

How global health will develop over the next 14 years?

2016/08/24 | Hsu Chia-yu

Taiwan-Designed Wearable Medical Device Poised to Help Diabetics Worldwide

An innovative wearable medical device designed by two Taiwanese students has the potential to help millions of diabetics around the world.

2016/08/10 | Don Shapiro

Defining Drug Advertising in Taiwan

Companies have been punished for disseminating information on disease awareness.

2016/07/28 | ZiQing Low

Taiwan Pledges to be Hepatitis-Free by 2030

Every year, 13,000 Taiwanese die from liver-related health problems, the majority of them caused by Hepatitis C infection. About 600,000 Taiwanese have Hepatitis C.

2016/07/26 | Yuan-ling Liang

Taipei Boosts Mental Health Services for Men

Amid rising concerns over the rate of male suicide in Taiwan and years of neglect, a service center for men’s mental health has been established in Taipei.

2016/06/28 | Yuan-ling Liang

Expat Wants Single Women in Taiwan to Have Right to IVF

Single women are unable to receive IVF treatment in Taiwan, but an American expat is calling for a change.

2016/06/27 | Matthew Fulco

Taiwan’s Cancer Incidence Steadily Rises

The incidence of cancer is rising in Taiwan as the population rapidly ages.

2016/06/23 | Jules Quartly

Global Zika Threat Stimulates Dengue Prevention in Taiwan

Taiwan is redoubling efforts to halt the spread of dengue fever, which has hit the southern part of the island hard over the past two years.

2016/04/20 | TNL 編輯

[UPDATE] Breastfeeding At The Office? Workplace Nursing Rights Set to Improve in Taiwan

Nursing mothers in Taiwan have suffered from unfriendly environments at work for decades. Unable to breastfeed their children makes 30% give up breastfeeding. However, the Legislative Yuan looks set to improve women's rights at work.

2015/09/10 | Kayue

Sleep Experts Say Later Starting Time Of School Benefits Students

All of the studies regarding starting school later show improvement on the sleeping conditions, health and academic performance of students. In contrast, so far no evidence suggests going to school earlier will do any good to the health of children or their grades.