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Study Shows Binge-watching Leads to Poor Sleep Quality
A research found that higher binge-viewing frequency leads to poorer sleep quality, more fatigue and increased insomnia.
Study Shows Antisocial Children More Likely to End up Poor
People who are aggressive, hyperactive and struggle in school with "antisocial behavior" are more likely to end up in persistent poverty.
Improvisational Music Therapy Might Be Ineffective for Children with Autism: Study
A new study published Tuesday has cast doubt on the effectiveness of improvisational music therapy for kids with autism.
Chinese Overseas Graduates Prefer Starting Business in New Tech
As more Chinese overseas students choose to return home to pursue their future careers, some are deciding to be their own boss and 19.8 percent of these choose to work with new technology and the internet
German Youth Spend More Time in Education
German youth are spending more time in the education system than their previous cohorts, figures released on Friday by the Federal Statistical Office suggested.
Report: Most College Students Say Unpaid Internships Still 'Worth It'
Nearly 80 percent of college students aspire to work as unpaid interns for personal development and experience, according to a report.
70% of Overseas Returnees Not Satisfied with Their Salaries: Report
Nearly 70 percent of Chinese overseas returnees are not satisfied with their current salaries.
Sleep Disorders of Pregnant Women May Lead to Preterm Birth: Study
An analysis indicates that pregnant women who are diagnosed with sleep disorders appear to be at risk of delivering their babies before reaching full term.
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.