Monthly Archives: July 2014

Living with pollution

Living with pollution During the first half of 2014, 63.6% of the days registered a pollution level over the limit in 13 cities in the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region. Only 36.4% of the days registered a pollution level below or at the … Continue reading

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Eating too much and not doing enough exercise

Eating too much and not doing enough exercise According to a professor Li Keji of the School of Public Health of Beijing University, “intake surpasses expenditure”, “an imbalance between eating and exercise” are the reasons the Chinese are becoming more … Continue reading

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Pulmonary plague in China

Pulmonary plague in China The health authority of Jiuquan City in Gansu province reported on July 16, 2014, one suspected case of plague. On July 17, the health authorities of Gansu province, Jiuquan City and Yumen City determined that it … Continue reading

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Hamstring and sitting too long

Hamstrings and sitting too long In response to the enquiry: “Why does my hamstring tighten up if I sit too long?” Hamstrings tighten up when they are being pulled. They tighten up to support the pull of the lower legs … Continue reading

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Lower back pain after landing on two feet

Lower back pain after landing on two feet In response to the above enquiry. A young man was playing volleyball in southern California. He jumped and landed on his two feet. Then he suddenly felt weak and fell to the … Continue reading

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Liver cancer in China

Hepatitis B, liver cancer in China According to 2012 statistics, there were 293,318 new cases of men with liver cancer and 101,452 new cases of women with liver cancer that year alone, or a total of 394,770 men and women … Continue reading

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The contents of flatulence

The contents of flatulence According to a nutritionist named Chen Tao, flatulence consists of 70% air taken in while talking and eating and drinking, and 30% of waste from digestion, decomposition of food by intestinal bacteria and yeast, catabolism and … Continue reading

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