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Health Trends in the USA.

Post by Admin on Sat Sep 09, 2017 9:12 pm

Can you think of any health trends in the country where you come from? Are there any traditional or new practices that are believed to promote health in your country?
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Re: Health Trends in the USA.

Post by zhuoxinyang on Sun Sep 10, 2017 4:46 pm

Nowadays, China's average life expectancy has been lengthening in recent years. According to the world bank, the average life expectancy of the world's population in 2015 was 71.60 years. In 2015, China's average life expectancy reached 76.34 years, up 1.51 years from 74.83 in 2010.
China's average life expectancy is more than the world average, showed that people's health level had increased, living standards had improved, the general public can enjoy the benefits of rapid economic development.

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Post by Annie on Sun Sep 10, 2017 5:21 pm

In Vietnam today there are many large hospitals with modern equipment . It is easy for patients to detect early illnesses for rapid treatment .And doctors often advise patients to pay for a regular check-up every six months ,eat vegetable and exercise everyday .

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Post by amirabbas.hashemi on Mon Sep 11, 2017 7:10 pm

In Iran many people don't eat healthy food and for that they have some problem. They are sick and they have problem with their hepatic because they don't use some healthy food . All of time the teenage in my country use fast-food because they can cock food and when they are in 21 or 23 they get sick

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Re: Health Trends in the USA.

Post by Limingzhao569 on Thu Sep 14, 2017 8:20 pm

From 2013 to 2014, 35 years old---46 years old, died of cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases, China is 22%, the United States is 12%. American studies have shown that only about 10% of all health-related life expectancy in the United States is associated with health care, which leads to an extended lifespan of 25 years in the United States and has no relationship with medical science in 30 years. China's obesity population will reach 325 million, doubling in the next 20 years, and an inch of an inch in the blood vessel, which will increase 4 miles, is 8 times more likely to develop cancer! China's waistline growth rate will be the highest in the world, according to the magazine health care.

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Health Trend in China

Post by sophia on Thu Sep 14, 2017 10:29 pm

Recently, it is very popular for people to keep healthy in China. People used to eat too many meats in the past. However, they tend to eat more fruits and vegetables and doing exercise. For example, yoga,pilates and HIIT.
Young people specially care about their figure, therefore these people doing more exercises.

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Re: Health Trends in the USA.

Post by Admin on Thu Sep 14, 2017 11:47 pm

Very valuable contributions about your countries' health trends! I was struck by the increase in obesity in China. I wonder how much that will affect government spending, given that health care is mostly covered by the government.
I also find it interesting that this is happening while the standard of living in China has been increasing together with life expectancy.
Thank you all for your contributions.

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Re: Health Trends in the USA.

Post by Chunfengwang on Fri Sep 15, 2017 11:23 am

I think health care in American is more better than China.However,I am a international student,I think if you do not have health care card,you will pay more when you get hurt.On the contrary,it is very easy to got healthcare card in China.As long as you are not seriously ill,or you are over than 60 years old,you will free.That's my opinions.Thank you.




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