The use of Johnson & Johnson vaccine halted over rare blood clots
14:34 | 14/04/2021
The use of Johnson & Johnson is halted in The US, South Africa and European Union after six women in the U.S. developed a rare blood-clotting disorder upon receiving the vaccine.
Oxford's new vaccine might be one of the strongest weapons against new Covid variants
08:19 | 01/03/2021
Amid the rising of the new Covid-19 variants that threat millions of lives, one of strongest weapons that might help curbing the spread of the variants in the United States and worldwide may be a vaccine that the FDA hasn't approved yet.
U.S. to Pay $1 Billion for 100 Million Doses of a COVID-19 Vaccine Candidate
06:45 | 06/08/2020
The United States government will pay Johnson & Johnson over $1 billion for 100 million doses of its potential coronavirus vaccine, its latest such arrangement as the race to tame the pandemic intensifies, the drugmaker said on Wednesday (August 05).
U.S. FDA: Children with ADHD can now be prescribed a video game
14:12 | 18/06/2020
Health officials from the US have approved the first game-based treatment for children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, part of a trend toward "digital therapeutics" or software to address certain conditions.
Foreign Female Diplomats in Vietnam Learn about Silk Weaving
Female ambassadors, representatives from diplomatic corps and international organizations, along with spouses of diplomats in Vietnam gathered together to find about more about silk weaving and silk products in Vietnam.
07:30 | 23/03/2023
Can Tho Promotes Ties with Indian Partners, Localities
13:10 | 23/03/2023