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· Google to store patients' health records in test run
· Misunderstanding of Chinese food
· Big leap forward on stem cell harvests
· Human stem cells might treat, even cure diabetes
· Obese middle aged women face high risk of stroke
· Researchers create first chikungunya animal model
· WHO announces end of Ebola outbreak in Uganda
· WHO alarms HIV infection among TB patients
· Music helps stroke patients recover faster
· Heart attacks more deadly at night, on weekend
· AIDS prevention policy for gay population
· China confirms new human bird flu case
· Pitch patterns play great role in speech perception
· Vaginal gel, safe, but fails to stop HIV infection
· British scientists developing spinal injury treatment

· Stress could lead to cervical cancer
· US recalls record 65 million kg of beef
· China to expand rural healthcare system
· China to set up anti-smoking clinics
· Asia faces grave situation of bird flu outbreak
· 'Choking game' kills in US
· Being obese, overweight may raise cancer risk
· Gray heron tests positive for H5N1 virus in HK
· Vietnamese man dies from bird flu
· Britain identifies new bluetongue case
· Americans spend more to ease back, neck pain
· Fentanyl patches recalled for flaw
· New test detects early stage ovarian cancer with 99% accuracy
· Sugary drinks raise risk of gout in men
· Beijing women smoking more

· Study: Acupuncture may boost pregnancy
· Heavy cell phone use tied to poorer sperm quality
· Localities urged to be alert to animal epidemics
· Singapore reports 13th chikungunya case
· Spread of bird flu in Pakistan under control
· Paraguay declares state of emergency after 1st yellow fever death
· Study: baby products contain harmful chemical
· Preventing obesity saves lives, but not money
· WHO to recommend ways to reduce harm of alcohol
· Only fools rush brushing, say dentists
· Why wearing stilettos could boost your sex life
· Hospital transplants heart, liver, kidney into same patient
· Dialysis patients: allergic reactions from blood thinner
· Dog might be used to detect diabetes
· Women with larger breasts 'have higher diabetes risk'

· Using cellphones at bedtime unhealthy
· Hospital transplants heart, liver, kidney into same patient
· Double dipping your chip isn't hip
· Australian women drink more than expected
· HPV also blamed for oral cancer in men
· FDA warns of anti-smoking Chantix' psychiatric risk
· Better nutrition in childhood, higher pay when grown up
· Magnesium can prevent premature baby's cerebral palsy
· Death toll of bird flu hits 102 in Indonesia
· FDA: Epilepsy drugs may raise suicide risk
· Study: Type-2 diabetics should avoid
· Ocean Park closes aviaries after suspected bird flu case
· China to expand urban medical aid system
· Scientists make breakthrough on SARS
· Mid-age is truly depressing - study

· Stress leads to daily grind
· China reiterates regulations on medical care costs
· Indonesia's bird flu death toll hits 100
· Study: Active lifestyle holds off aging process
· Bird flu spreads to two more districts in West Bengal of India
· FDA urged to press tougher warnings on Botox
· Early exposure to pollutants affects brain years later
· 1-in-6-billion miracle: Girl changes blood types
· Sex for life
· Report: bypass surgery better than drug-coated stents
· FAO: Avian influenza virus remains global threat
· Study: Couples who fight live longer!
· Lower blood levels of vitamin E, larger physical decline in old
· Vietnam detects nearly 10,000 HIV carriers in 2007
· CCF distributes free drugs to needy lung cancer sufferers

May 15-17, Shanghai Women's Forum Asia
Dec. 12-13 Beijing China-US Strategic Economic Dialogue
Nov. 27-28 Beijing China-EU Summit

A princess re-born
To celebrate the 150th anniversary of Puccini's birth, the newly-open China's National Center for the Performing Arts (NCPA, also known as National Grand Theater) and Ricordi have commissioned Hao to write the first "Chinese edition" of Turandot which will premiere at the NCPA on March 21 through 26.
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