Monthly Archives: May 2014

Fasting

In response to the enquiry: “Does fasting hurt the kidneys?” It depends on how one fasts, how long one fasts, and how often does one fast. Ramadan fasting lasts only during the day. A big meal awaits in the evening. … Continue reading

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IBD on the rise in China

IBD on the rise in China IBD is inflammatory bowel disease. There have been a rapid increase in IBD in China over the past ten years. According to Chinese health officials, the rise can be attributed to the widespread use … Continue reading

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Ginseng soaked in vodka

In response. Ginseng can be soaked in any type of strong liquor, such as vodka, whiskey, and such. The drink is considered an aphrodisiac.

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Dry baking soda on open wound

In response. Yes. I have poured dry baking soda and very fine dry water chestnut powder on my open foot wound. The wound quickly dried up, and there was no infection of any kind. The wound also healed quickly.

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Chinese definition of ADHD

A Chinese definition of ADHD A teacher told a mother: “Your kid needs an IQ test to see if he is mentally handicapped. He has been doing poorly at school.” The mother took the kid to get an IQ test. … Continue reading

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Depression in China

Depression in China The People’s Daily reported on May 16, 2014, that China has 30,000,000 people who suffer from depression. In China, coronary heart disease, hypertension, and cancer are often accompanied by depression. Of the hospitalized patients at a general … Continue reading

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Cocktail of bird flu viruses

Cocktail of bird flu viruses According to the Guangzhou municipal disease control center, inspections of the city’s live poultry markets showed that they are the fermenting grounds for deadly bird flu viruses. Their wet environment makes it much easier for … Continue reading

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