Monthly Archives: April 2014

Diapers! Diapers!

Diapers! Diapers! Another survey of 1003 Chinese mainland people in Beijing was conducted and the results were made public on April 26, 2014, about the kid peeing in public on the street in Hong Kong. This survey is interesting because … Continue reading

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What separates uncivility from civility?

What separates uncivility from civility? DIAPERS !! Mothers who do not prepare diapers for their peeing kids are uncivilized. Parents who prepare diapers for their babies and kids on outings are civilized. Only 7% of the Chinese mainlanders surveyed mentioned … Continue reading

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Walking relieves edema in legs

In response to the above enquiry. Yes, walking relieves edema in legs. Edema is an accumulation of liquid in a part of the body. Sweating, acupressure, exercise such as walking, running, jogging, jumping rope, playing golf, basketball, soccer, taking a … Continue reading

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Vinegar

Vinegar According to some Chinese health tips, vinegar has the following benefits. (1) Vinegar can ease constipation. (2) Vinegar can stimulate appetite and help digestion. (3) Vinegar can reduce salt absorption, although the original Chinese text says “reduce salt intake”. … Continue reading

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Nanoparticles and pregnancy

A report out of Lanzhou, China, said that PM2.5 carbon ultrafine particles or nanoparticles can cause a 70% chance of miscarriage among first pregnancies. This is according to a doctoral study at the radiological chemistry and nuclear environment research institute … Continue reading

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Baking soda stings

In response to the enquiry: “Is it normal for baking soda to sting on foot fungus?” Baking soda stings when applied to moist areas infected by the tinea family of fungi. That would include athlete’s foot that is moist between … Continue reading

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Food additives

Are food additives essential? This was the question posed by a general survey of people’s attitude about food additives. The survey showed that 59.71% of the people asked believe food additives “are essential”, 25.81% believe “it depends” and 14.48% believe … Continue reading

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