China has improved its infection control measures in the aftermath of SARS, but common diseases still pose a problem.
A new strain of the deadly bird flu virus with pandemic potential has resurfaced in China.
Early and concerted efforts from the whole society have helped eliminate mother-to-child transmission of HIV in Thailand.
A new study shows that over the course of five years, vaccinating 200,000 stray dogs a year would reduce rabies incidence in humans by 90 percent.
Research shows that cesarian delivery rate in China is lower than the World Health Organization's estimate.
Training programs for informal healthcare providers in rural India helped to increase their disease management by 7.9 percent.