Infectious Diseases Infectious diseases are diseases caused by various pathogens that can be transmitted from person to person, from animal to animal or from animal to person.
Immunization Vaccination is the most effective means to prevent and control infectious diseases.
Emergencies Public health emergencies refer to outbreaks of infectious diseases that could severely endanger public health.
Noncommunicable Chronic Diseases Noncommunicable chronic diseases are those that are of long duration and need long-term treatment and care.
Tobacco Control Tobacco is one of the greatest public health threats the world has ever faced.
Nutrition Health Nutrition is closely related to health. Reasonable nutrition and balanced diet are the key to human life, growth and health.
Environment and Health Environmental health involves all physical, chemical and biological factors surrounding an individual.
Occupational Health and Poison Control Occupational health focuses on the health problems arising from humans engaged in various jobs.
Radiological Protection Electromagnetic radiation in the natural environment is low and does not cause adverse effects on human health.
Maternal and Child Healthcare Women and children are priorities in national healthcare for every country and China has always attached great importance to them.
- Health Topics
- Infectious Diseases
- Noncommunicable Chronic Diseases
- Tobacco Control
- Nutrition and Health
- Environment and Health
- Occupational Health and Poison Control
- Radiation Protection
- Maternal and Child Healthcare