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More HK youth distressed now
A QUARTER of Hongkongers do not know who to talk to when they feel distressed and almost half do not .nd their mental he...
2017.04.05
Healthy weight good for kidneys
HONGKONGERS are urged to maintain a healthy body weight to keep kidney problems away. Those who are obese are 83 percent...
2017.03.09
Super humans
There are limits to what we can do because our bodies are fragile. But there are some people around the world who are ab...
2017.02.23
Exercise call as ‘blue index’ rises
PEOPLE who often feel blue should do more aerobic exercises to stay positive, mental health experts advise. The call com...
2017.01.26
Too much sitting bad for health
HONG Kong people, including students, sit too much, and this is detrimental to health, according to a study. The Univers...
2017.01.12
Big city ailments
Many people become ill at this time of the year when the weather becomes cooler. But medicines may not be the answer bec...
2016.11.10
Asbestos found in 21 estates
TWENTY-ONE public housing estates have materials containing banned asbestos – 32 years after the government stopped usi...
2016.10.26
HK confirms first Zika case
A 38-year-old expatriate woman from Tseung Kwan O (將軍澳) who went to a Caribbean (加勒比) island has been confirmed to...
2016.08.31
Keep an eye out for squints
POOR performance in sports has beenblamed on poor body coordination. But aneye expert has pointed out that it may havemo...
2016.05.18
HK people believe they have poor health
HONG Kong people think they have the poorest health in the region, according to a survey. It found that Hongkongers are ...
2016.05.13
11 held in cancer fraud probe
ELEVEN women, including two owners of a beauty centre and a health consultancy in Causeway Bay (銅鑼灣), were arrested o...
2016.05.06
Row over jab blunder delay
THE Department of Health (衞生署) has come under fire for its delayed announcement of an incident in which a doctor gave...
2016.05.04
Obesity explosion hits mainland kids
RESEARCHERS have raised the alarm about an obesity explosion among children in rural China. This is believed to be cause...
2016.05.03
Health officials slammed for hiding jab blunder
The Department of Health (衛生署) has come under fire for not telling the public about the case of a doctor injecting th...
2016.04.29
HK puts dengue jabs on hold
HEALTH authorities say they will concentrate on mosquito control while rejecting the use of the world’s first dengue va...
2016.04.20
E-cig ban fear sparks plea
ELECTRONIC cigarettes should be regulated and not banned despite the claimed potential risk to public health, an e-cigar...
2016.04.05
Jab curbs for non-local children
HONG Kong has for the first time limited the number of non-local children eligible for inoculations as mainland parents ...
2016.04.04
HK poverty affects children's bones
NEARLY 80 percent of children living below the poverty line suffer from spinal problems. One in every four children in H...
2016.03.17
Zika outbreak a rapid global concern
Hong Kong has declared Zika (寨卡) virus infections a notifiable disease meaning doctors are required to report cases, b...
2016.02.11
Coldest winter in decades raises questions
The recent cold spell that hit Hong Kong – worst in almost six decades – has raised many issues. These include the for...
2016.01.29
Booze warning labels urged
THE Hong Kong Medical Association (香港醫學會) has called for warning labels on alcoholic drinks to lower deaths from al...
2015.12.29
Warning on sugar-bomb drinks
ABOUT one-third of sweet drinks served at Chinese restaurants, hotpot restaurants and supermarkets could be sugar bombs,...
2015.11.24
Ko: go easy on serving processed meat at schools
Secretary for Food and Health Ko Wing-man (食物及衞生局局長高永文) reiterated that lunch suppliers of primary and second...
2015.11.17
Problems found in lead-test kids
EIGHT children from public housing estates who drank water with excessive lead were confirmed by assessments to have suf...
2015.09.21
Poor kids miss eye tests
SEVEN out of 10 children from poor families do not receive regular eyesight screening, a survey has found, leaving them ...
2015.09.14
Beijing launches campaign to snuff out smoking
RED-uniformed volunteers, propaganda banners and nosmoking signs sprinkled China’s capital city on Monday as Beijing (...
2015.06.05
WHO: global life expectancy goes up
LIFE expectancy has increased by six years for men and women since 1990, with Japan (日本) having the longest spans at 8...
2015.05.20
Smoking helpline marks 10th anniversary
MANY girls seeking help to stop smoking from the University of Hong Kong’s (HKU, 香港大學) Youth Quitline (青少年戒煙熱...
2015.04.27
HK ranked 17th for quality sleep
HONGKONGERS may not be sleeping long and well enough. Most are in bed before 1am and awake by 8am. But many may not slee...
2015.04.23
Living under a smog blanket
The poor air quality in China is not merely an environmental issue. The fog and smog have brought about health problems ...
2015.04.14
Scares in the supermarket
With much of Hong Kong’s food imported from the mainland, let us find out the cause of food safety scandals and what ca...
2015.03.24
Study: Hong Kong students less fit
HONG KONG students are less physically fit than their counterparts in the mainland, Singapore (新加坡) and Europe (歐洲)...
2015.01.09
Voluntary health scheme proposed
VOLUNTARY health insurance is being proposed: for a premium of HK$3,600, policy holders can be treated at private hospit...
2014.12.19
New health policy unwrapped
VOLUNTARY health insurance is being proposed – for a premium of HK$3,600, policyholders can be treated at private hospi...
2014.12.18
Power down for health
Electronic devices are powerful tools that have changed the way we work and communicate with each other. But if they are...
2014.12.16
Slaves to the screens
People are increasingly embracing digital electronic products as necessities of daily life. But many studies have found ...
2014.12.16
India on a mission to clean up
HIS hands protected by torn orange gloves, Mr Singh has a grim job scraping waste from train toilets from the tracks at ...
2014.10.08
Lighting up drug legalisation
BEIJING police stated that both local actor-singer Chan, 31, and Taiwanese movie star Ko, 23, were detained after they t...
2014.09.30
Elderly milk powder necessary?
DESPITE the various brands of milk powder on the market, experts say that healthy senior citizens on a balanced diet hav...
2014.09.25
A divide in personal hygiene Survey: men more likely to igno...
WHEN it comes to personal hygiene, men are often less conscious of what they should be doing than women. That is the fin...
2014.08.02