Want to get fit but hate the idea of being tied to one gym for a whole year like some kind of hamster on a wheel? This kind of subscription could be the answer.
Lab equipment is mostly imported and hard to come by in Indonesia, a problem which new online retailer LabSatu wants to solve.
Unless you'd like a dose of 6,000 times the legal limit of hormones, we suggest buying your health-related products via a different platform. WeChat ecommerce has a glaring flaw.
Baidu's fight with the Putian hospital group is getting uglier, with the group now reportedly threatening to "beat up" doctors who keep running ads on Baidu.
The startup gives villagers access to specialized doctors through its mobile health clinics.
Chinese smartphone glucometer Dnurse raised millions in an undisclosed series A round led by SAIF and Innovation Works. It's an investment that makes a lot of sense given China's sharp rise in diabete...
Chinese drug ecommerce site Yiyao has broken records in its sector with the announcement of a massive $72 million series C round.
“Now, more Chinese people are understanding the importance of exercise and maintaining a healthy lifestyle" - and that's a huge business opportunity.
If you've spent any time surfing or gaming at an internet cafe in China, you may have gotten a little more from that experience than you bargained for (or wanted).
Startup from China makes a vending machine that peels, squeezes, and pours fresh orange juice on demand
Vingoo makes vending machines that pour customers a cup of freshly squeezed fruit juice, and it just picked up a series A round of funding.
MyDoc offers a web and mobile service where patients can consult doctors online and seamlessly share their personal health data.
This migraine app detects what you're doing, asks you questions, and shares what actions you can take.
Baidu Trends, China’s nearest equivalent to Google Trends, has launched an interactive nationwide map that predicts the spread of disease (hat-tip to 36kr). The hypochondriac’s nightmare combines Baid...
California-based Vogmask wants to make pollution masks in China as much a fashion accessory as they are a health precaution.
Meet You (aka Meiyou), a Chinese app that originated as a menstruation tracker that since evolved into a social network for all-things-ladylike, announced today it closed a US$35 million series C inve...