Caution! This posture may hurt your reproductive system
Are you crossing your legs when you read this article? If so, please put your legs down at once!
Five flower soup recipes to escape the hottest days
Guangdong has a long tradition of making flowers into food due to its warm and humid climate conditions. For locals, flowers are not only beautiful to behold but can be quite tasty as well. And more than a few varieties make good treats. The blooming ingredients can add color, flavor, taste and shape to dishes, and also has specific value in nutrition, cosmetology and diet therapy.
New therapy improves survival rates for nasopharyngeal carcinoma patients
The study found that patients who received locoregional radiotherapy with chemotherapy had a two-year survival rate of 70.4%, significantly higher than that (35.3%) of patients who received chemotherapy alone.
Southern comfort food
Tasting delicious food is not only one of life's joys, but sometimes serves as a "window" to the history and culture of a remote area that you have never set foot on.
Guangzhou calls on residents for blood donations
Xia calls on people to donate blood as the supply of safe blood is at risk during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Anyone who sees this deadly creature should never disturb it
Red fire ants (solenopsis invicta) bite repeatedly when their nests are disturbed. Repeated bites from a swarm could lead to chest pains, nausea, shock or, in extremely rare cases, coma and even death.
Cantonese cuisine gets boost in chef training program
Starting from 2018, Guangdong launched a program for training chefs in Cantonese cuisine to promote the catering industry. The program has involved about 1,200 catering companies, and 12,000 people were employed.
City promotes a healthy lifestyle through crossovers
These stylish and reusable face masks are equipped with filters full of special herbs and are potentially able to help shield wearers from all kinds of viruses.
Herd immunity cannot be relied on to solve coronavirus problems: health expert
Herd immunity cannot be relied on to solve the problems of the highly infectious novel coronavirus disease, said Zhong Nanshan, renowned Chinese respiratory specialist, at a press conference Wednesday.
Vaccine development key to beating outbreak, says Zhong
The COVID-19 pandemic cannot be controlled by the herd immunity strategy and vaccines will be the key to ultimately tackling the virus, said Zhong Nanshan, a prominent Chinese expert in respiratory diseases.