Major health issues in Taiwan. Stress and mental health: increasing incidence of suicide, and depress.
Infectious Diseases. Dengue fever This mosquito-borne disease causes sporadic problems in Taiwan in both cities and rural areas. Japanese B encephalitis Potentially fatal viral disease transmitted by mosquitoes, but rare in travellers. Rabies Taiwan had its first rabies outbreak in 60 years in 2013.
Taiwan's government-run single-payer National Health Insurance (NHI) care for those with the greatest medical need, the NHIA issues a “catastrophic illness
Table 3: Top 10 cancers among Taiwanese women in general and among aboriginal women in Taiwan (2010). Breast cancer. Breast cancer takes the top position in the rates of cancer-related incidence and deaths in women. Cervical cancer. Mental Health. Depression. Suicide. Violence Against Women. Conclusion. References.
The health problems of Taiwan and the educational efforts made to deal with them are described in this interesting report. From the evidence it is clear that
Healthcare in Taiwan is administered by the Ministry of Health and Welfare of the Executive Yuan. As with other developed economies, Taiwanese people are well -nourished but face such health problems as
Taiwan is a small country with a population of 23 million in March 1995, the national health insurance (NHI) system. psychiatric problems and community services.
2017 Taiwan Health and Welfare Report2018-03-23; 2016 Taiwan Health and Welfare Report2017-01-10; 2015 Taiwan Health and Welfare Report2016-02-05
PDF | The 2016 Kyoto Global Conference for Rising Public Health Researchers, with the theme of ”Universal Health Coverage and Health
Despite Taiwan's success in treating hepatitis, the prevalence of liver illnesses continues to rise. Taiwan has made great strides treating liver