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Male impotence may point to heart diseases

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According to a review of a number of researches, failing erections may be a harbinger of heart disease in some men, but heart-healthy lifestyle changes or cholesterol-lowering drugs could have a positive impact on men's sexual health.

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Shoe Firm Hire Male Staff to help female customers

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A Chinese shoe store is tackling one of the last taboos in the country after shocking people by announcing it was employing male staff - to help female customers try on shoes.

China is one of the most heavily populated countries in the world with overcrowding and very little personal space available. Despite that, while there are few taboos on how close men can get to other men or women to women, it is widely frowned upon for improper physical contact between the opposite sexes outside the bounds of a formal relationship.

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Tobacco control legislation, China calls

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At the ongoing annual session of the National People's Congress (NPC),  Chinese lawmakers called for speeding up legislation to ban smoking in public places at.

NPC deputy and director of the institute of science and technology under the National Health and Family Planning Commission, submitted two proposals to the country's top legislature, asking to enact a law that would ban public smoking, and to add an item in the advertisement law to prohibit tobacco advertisements, sales promotion and sponsorships.

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China's museum crazy

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Museums have been really booming out in many cities of China over recent decades.

With its expansive steel skin, tall parasol-shaped concrete pillars, and huge vestigial coal hoppers, the 33,000-square-meter Long Museum West Bund makes a grand impression in a former industrial site beside Shanghai's Huangpu River.

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Chinese New Year comes soon!

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January 31st of 2014, Friday, will be the Chinese Lunar New Year Day! And January 30th, Friday, will be the New Year Eve. We need to celebrate them with friends or family members!

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The festival has a lot of longstanding traditions and goes for 15 days. With its joyful spirit and rich history, Chinese New Year is a fascinating holiday. We've compiled a list of 20 things you may need to know about the new year celebrations — now you can seek out events where you live and join in on the merriment.

1. The 15-day festival, which starts on January 31 this year, is based on a combination of lunar and solar movements. It starts with the first new moon of each calendar year and ends on the full moon.

2. Food is a big part of Chinese New Year celebrations, and many meals are eaten with family and friends. Some traditional dishes for the holidays are nian gao cake, steamed rice pudding, long noodles, and dumplings.

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