Monthly Archives: November 2013

Inability to recognize irrationality

Inability to recognize irrationality The inability of the Chinese people to recognize irrationality cannot be explained adequately by a lack of education, common sense or approriately civilized behavior. It is now obvious that their inability to recognize irrationality and irrational … Continue reading

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Doctor-patient relationship in China

Doctor-patient relationship in China In China, doctors and nurses have increasingly become the targets of attack by vengeful and disgruntled patients. On October 25, 2013, a patient in Wenling, Zhejiang province, walked into the local People’s Hospital with a knife … Continue reading

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Do mosquito bites cause stiffness?

In response. Yes. If the mosquito bite is deep enough and near a nerve, the nerves could become infected, thus causing stiffness.

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Arm weakness on opposite side of facial droop

In response. Yes. In cases of Chinese men who are paralyzed on the right side, their left side also seems weak. This may be both a physical and a psychological result. They have to be supported by their caretakers constantly … Continue reading

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Is physical therapy necessary to regenerate nerves?

In response. Yes. Simply put, movement begins in the brain. A command is sent through the nervous system to the muscles telling them to move in a certain way. In physical therapy, one is told to move the legs or … Continue reading

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Thanks for the input about pyelonephritis

Thanks for the input about pyelonephritis.

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Nine psychosocial ills of the Chinese people

Nine psychosocial ills of the Chinese people A lengthy analysis of the psychosocial attitudes of the Chinese people was first published by the Beijing Daily on August 26, 2013, and republished by the Learning Times on November 4, 2013. It … Continue reading

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