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HEALTH & WELLNESS

*/By Jenna Schmitt/* Winter in Shanghai is when we long for warmer weather and a pop of cheerful color to counter those seemingly ever present gray skies. But this year, you don’t have to wait until May (or even a Chinese New Year getaway) for greener pastures — you can start your own indoor garden right now. Even during the coldest months, an indoor garden brings much-needed color and th...

*/By Jenna Schmitt/* The next time you feel ill, sore, stressed, or simply tired, according to Chinese medicine, it’s probably a sign that your /Qi/ is imbalanced. “Chinese medicine holds that everything is made from /Qi/, the body’s vital energy force,” says Dr. Eva Zhang, Consulting Doctor of Traditional Chinese Medicine at Shanghai East International Medical Center. Instead of che...

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/*By Kelly Crockett*/ A new year is right around ...

We talk to Nutritionist Quan Trang from Yosemite Clinic about how to stay as healthy as possible during, and after the holiday season.stay on track. ...

Whether you've been here for six weeks or six years, understanding your health and wellness options in Shanghai is a priority and, fortunately, Shanghai has ample resources if you just know where to look. Now in its third edition, the Health and Wellness Guide offers the necessary resources for families and individuals to make informed decisions while living in this fast-paced city. ...

With the cooler weather creeping in, you might start to notice a change in your skin as the winter chill begins to set in. In need of some R&R and nourishment for ours, we headed off to CHI, The Spa, found on the fourth floor of the Jing An Shangri-La, to try their new range of massage oils by ZENTS (known as ZONTI in the US), recently introduced in all their hotels across China. On arrival, ...

*/Dr Jane Lee, /*General Practitioner at Global HealthCare Medical & Dental, talks to us about when it's time to keep your kids out of school. ...

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