Tell your toilet thank you; it’s helped made your life loads easier and healthier. Now help a poor family in Vietnam get a toilet through the nonprofit COV.
Just think about it: what would life be like without your toilet?
As their dispensable income goes up, Asians are developing a taste for American fast foods. And with it comes the increased risk of obesity.
A new law prohibits public smoking in Vietnam.
Rather than spend time in clinics or therapy, these 60- to 70-something-year-olds have found a new, hipper way to stay active and help treat their chronic pain.
HPV is serious business, and it’s transmitted sexually. As with anything related to sex, it is a taboo topic in the Vietnamese household. However, knowing about it, and what can be done, can save your life.
Why is there such a scarcity of bone marrow donors in the Asian American community? How else can we help Janet Liang and other leukemia patients? Tune into Insight on Sacramento’s NPR to find out more.
Janet Liang has two months to live. If our Asian American community comes together, we might be able to find a bone marrow match for Janet. Could you be the one to save her life?
Red envelopes, red clothing, red fruits. Consider giving some more red at your blood bank this year for Tet.
Where can a girl get her ear cleaned these days?