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The Re-emergence of Intestinal Worms: Investigation of Infection Status Among Children in Rural Southwest China
As part of China’s public health efforts, the “baota lozenge” - a sugary anthelminthic commonly administered to schoolchildren - once valiantly fought to stop the rampant transmission of parasitic...
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Poor sanitation breeds trouble. Intestinal worms are a significant public health problem in many developing countries, with about one quarter of the world’s population infected.
Vocational vs. Academic High School
China is the world’s largest developing country.
Free High School in Rural China
Problem Demand for higher education in China is expanding at a rate that is unprecedented anywhere in the world.
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REAP Project Manager for Technology & Human Capital