Coal ash from China’s high-uranium coal deposits may be too radioactive to be reused in building materials, according to a study by scientists in China and the US.
Scientists in China reported that measures to improve air quality in Chinese cities have paid off, with a 21 percent reduction in PM2.5 levels since 2013.
A pioneer in coronavirus research, Michael Lai Ming-Chiao shares how a detour in his academic journey brought him to the battlefront of the SARS outbreak.
More and more people in China are suffering from high blood pressure, but proper medication to manage the disease is often lacking.
The donation will be used to establish the Takeda Chair in Public Health, which aims to propel research and create opportunities for collaboration with scholars in public health.
After analyzing 119 infant cereal samples made with a variety of grains, scientists have discovered that infant rice-based cereals contain elevated levels of methylmercury.
NCKU President Huey-Jen Jenny Su will be the first foreign graduate to receive the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health's Leadership Award in Public Health Practice.
Scientists in Singapore have suggested that Alzheimer’s disease patients should be treated according to whether they have cerebrovascular disease.
Scientists in Japan have discovered how a tick-borne virus uses the host neuron’s transportation system to move viral RNA.