Monthly Archives: January 2014

Some clues about the H7N9

Some clues about the H7N9 The Chinese mainland national health and family planning commission made public on January 27, 2014, its “treatment plan for human infection by the H7N9 bird flu virus 2014”. (2014 nian ren gan H7N9 qin liu … Continue reading

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AQI of some Chinese cities

Here are the AQI (air quality indices) of 40 Chinese cities at 0700 hours on January 23, 2014. Shijiazhuang city topped the list of 161 cities with the worst AQI. Among the top ten cities with the worst AQI, five … Continue reading

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Can a liquid diet include wine?

In response to the above enquiry. Yes. Red wine has many benefits, white wine does not, according to a Japanese study. European, especially cheap Spanish and New York red wines and Italian vermouths are fine. Australian and Californian red and … Continue reading

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Raw garlic, cooked garlic, soaked garlic, and dried garlic

I truly appreciate and agree with the comment about garlic. Thank you. Raw garlic is the strongest. It will tighten the prostate and harden stool. It will kill the bacteria in the intestines and the colon. It will also strengthen … Continue reading

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How to tell if nerves are regenerating

In response to the above enquiry. There are several indications of regenerating nerves: (1) increasing movement of the fingers, legs, feet, toes, facial muscles in facial muscle paralysis, etc. (2) increasing warmth of the hands, feet, legs, thighs, etc. (3) … Continue reading

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China’s lopsided gender gap

China’s lopsided gender gap In 2008, China’s male population versus female population was 120:100. However, according to data compiled by matchmaking agencies, single females outnumber single males by 3:1. Director Song Fei of the marriage and family services of the … Continue reading

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Fluid in the knee after flying

In response to the enquiry: “Fluid on the knee flying [sic]” and “knee pain flying”. During a long flight seated in economy class with little leg room, bodily fluids can accumulate in the feet, ankles, lower leg, and knees. They … Continue reading

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