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Mayo Clinic研究显示:Emojis(表情符号)能帮助跟踪癌症患者的生活质量

提交给美国血液学会的Mayo Clinic的一项研究发现,使用Emojis(表情符号)而不是传统情绪量表有助于评估癌症患者的身体,情感和整体生活质量。 研究人员发现,病人喜欢使用iPhone(苹果手机)和Apple Watch (苹果手表),而这些技术有助于准确有效地收集研究数据。 这项使用苹果ResearchKit框架创建的研究显示,苹果手表能提供客观连续的病人活动数据,而这些数据与已建立的癌症患者报告的结果紧密相关。

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North Korea Expert - Historical Background

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Beijing Mass Evictions Reveal Regime’s Moral Vacuum

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Despite Red Carpet, Trump Agenda in Asia Largely Ignored

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Do Face Masks Protect Against Air Pollution-Related Health Problems?

Many people around the world, especially in Asia, wear face masks to protect against air pollution. Do they work? Sanjay Rajagopalan, MD, Herman Hellerstein, professor of cardiovascular medicine at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine and chief of cardiovascular medicine at University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center, has received a $2 million National Institutes of Health grant to help find out if face masks really protect against air pollution.

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Higher Air Pollution in Cities Tied to Higher Mortality

New research presented today at APHA’s 2017 Annual Meeting and Expo examined the burden of air pollution and its association with mortality in Chinese cities.

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In Asia Trump Could Learn Subtleties of North Korean Issue

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China and Germany Are Winners in Proposed Repeal of Clean Power Plan

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Ammonia Emissions Unlikely to Be Causing Extreme China Haze

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As China struggles to find ways to remedy the noxious haze that lingers over Beijing and other cities in the winter, researchers from Georgia Institute of Technology have cast serious doubt on one proposed cause: high levels of ammonia in the air.

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Expert Available to Testify on North Korea and U.S. Policy in East Asia

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