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900,000 Babies Born with Birth Defects in China Annually
The China Disabled Persons' Federation has called for increased premarital medical checkups as about 900,000 babies are born with birth defects annually.
Survey: More than 80% of Youngsters Would Help Fallen Seniors
Nowadays most Chinese youngsters would still hesitate to help an elderly person who falls down on the street.
Report：China Generates Biggest Employment Benefits in Australia
China contributes the most to Australia's labor market among all foreign investment in recent years, creating about 800,000 jobs in Australia during 2014 to 2015.
Survey: 80% Beijing Students Don't Get Enough Sleep
Around 81.6 percent of students in Beijing had insufficient levels of sleep last year, according to a health survey released by Beijing Center for Disease Prevention and Control.
Digital Devices Blamed for Eye Problem Among Children
A university report released recently shows that there is an increase in dry eye symptoms among younger patients due to excessive use of digital devices.
Report: Most Young Returnees Choose Hi-Tech Sector for Career, Start-ups
Most young Chinese returning from studies overseas prefer to choose industries related to innovative technologies for employment and entrepreneurship.
China sees baby boom of second child but experts say it's only temporary
Nearly 60 percent of the 7.4 million newborns in China in the first five months of 2017 are the second or third children, and experts it's temporary.
Skipping Breakfast May Affect Children's Intake of Key Nutrients
Children who do not maintain a regular habit of having breakfast may not be consuming the daily amounts of key nutrients for growth and development, according to a study released Thursday by King's College London (KCL).
Survey: Wives' Incomes Catching up with Partners'
Among married women, around half earn the same as or more than their spouses, according to the latest survey.
2017 Report on Shanghai Residents' Reading Habits
The Press and Publication Bureau of Shanghai recently released a report on Shanghai residents' reading habits.
Report: China's 'Gen-Z' Seek Like-for-Like Values When Choosing Partners
Most young adults in China want to find partners who share the same values and views on life as them, according to the latest survey.
Life Expectancy in Beijing Tops 82: White Paper
The life expectancy of residents with household registration in Beijing reached 82.03 years last year.
Report Shows One-third of Rural Children Left Behind by Parents
A newly-released report on China's "left-behind children" said that nearly one-third of rural students were left behind by their parents.
Rise of Female Tech Entrepreneurs Promotes Industry Development
More and more Chinese female entrepreneurs get involved in the technology business.
Women's Annual 'Blue Book' on Spending, Life Topics Released in Beijing
The latest report into female spending habits was released, highlighting the increasing role of women in personal and domestic consumption.
Over 200,000 College Grads Start Businesses in 2015
China has witnessed a growing number of college graduates starting businesses over the past years with the help of government.