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Feeling low? Thwarting the epidemic blues - Wellness in China
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Feeling low? Thwarting the epidemic blues

The novel coronavirus epidemic is indeed taking its toll on mental health. Daily routines are disrupted. Streets are empty. People are cooped up indoors. When will it all end? 
Hangzhou does its part to battle epidemic - Wellness in China
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Hangzhou does its part to battle epidemic

With contributions of cash and needed supplies, individuals and companies have mobilized against the ongoing coronavirus outbreak.
Goodbye to pain. The skilled hands that relieve misery - Wellness in China
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Goodbye to pain. The skilled hands that relieve misery

A doctor and researcher for 30 years, Sun Wuquan prefers to use the Chinese term tuina instead of the more common "massage" to define his job.

Protégés and mentors: Science research has 'a lot of work to do' - Wellness in China
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Protégés and mentors: Science research has 'a lot of work to do'

Aaron Ciechanover, 2004 Nobel chemistry laureate, talked about education, the future of chemistry and how longer lives pose more questions for scientists.
How much do we really understand about our brains? - Wellness in China
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How much do we really understand about our brains?

Israeli molecular neuroscientist Hermona Soreq found that very small RNA differed between males and females. She discussed her work with Shanghai Daily during a visit to the city.
WWE trial targets next Chinese superstar. - Wellness in China
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WWE trial targets next Chinese superstar.

WWE comes back to handpick more Chinese talents and prepares to do more.
Chen's rice experiments led nation's recovery - Wellness in China
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Chen's rice experiments led nation's recovery

Chen Yongkang (1907-1985), a Songjiang native and rice expert, helped the newly founded People's Republic of China with its food issues in the 1950s. 
Leukemia doctor with the human touch - Wellness in China
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Leukemia doctor with the human touch

Professor Wang Zhenyi has been focusing on leukemia all his life and is honored as "the father of the induction and differentiation of leukemia cells."
Hair today, gone tomorrow ... It's no joke! - Wellness in China
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Hair today, gone tomorrow ... It's no joke!

When Shanghai postgraduate student Sandra Sun, 24, wakes up every morning, her sweet dreams turn to alarm when she sees black hair on her pink pillowcase.
Disabled youngsters win respect, dignity with hard work - Wellness in China
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Disabled youngsters win respect, dignity with hard work

A car wash and grocery is helping young people at the Wanwan organization with intellectual and developmental disabilities adapt to normal life.
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