Monthly Archives: December 2015

Where are my teeth?

Where are my teeth? It seems that 25.8% of all seniors older than 65 years old on Taiwan have no teeth, and 42.1% of them have 24 teeth in their mouths.  A full mouth of teeth should have 32 teeth. Where are my … Continue reading

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Guan Gong helps solve 10-year-old murder case

Guan Gong helps solve 10-year-old murder case I have posted this story as a page on [masterchensays] above.  It is an interesting and a true story of how two people had three dreams in which the Chinese deity Guan Gong … Continue reading

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Liver cancer was second major killer in Taiwan in 2014

Liver cancer was the second major killer in Taiwan in 2014 while chronic hepatitis and hardening of the liver ranked at 9th among the major causes of death among patients. Each year, 13,000 hepatitis B and hepatitis C patients die … Continue reading

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Taipei to ban two stroke motocycles by 2019

Taipei to ban two stroke motorcycles by 2019 Taiwan now has over 2,000,000 two stroke motorcycles, and the city of Taipei plans to ban them by 2019.  That means, by 2020, Taiwan will reduce the number of two stroke motorcycles … Continue reading

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Iodine deficiency inTaiwan

Iodine deficiency in Taiwan According to a 2010-2013 national nutritional health survey, in 2013, the concentration of iodine in urine of Taiwan’s population 6 years old and older averaged 96 micrograms/liter, less than the United Nations recommendation of 100 micrograms/liter, … Continue reading

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Massage chair and kidney tumor rupture

Massage chair and kidney tumor rupture A 57-year-old woman of Taichung works everyday standing up chopping up ducks for her food stall. Every night, she soaks in the bathtub and then sits in her massage chair for one or two … Continue reading

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