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The research, which was published in the European Journal of Preventive Cardiology, was conducted by the Shandong Provincial Center for Disease Control and Prevention over a 29-year period from 1985 to 2014. It involved 28,000 children, all of whom were aged between 7 and 18 at the time of testing.
According to the study, 17.2 percent of boys and 9.1 percent of girls surveyed in 2014 were found to be obese, compared with ratios of 0.03 and 0.1 percent for the respective groups in 1985.
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A lack of physical exercise and lifestyle changes resulting from social and economic development were given as the main causes for the spike in the children’s weights.
“Compared with their parents’ generation, today’s rural children are better fed but spend far less time engaging in physical exercise,” said Zhao Jinshan, another of the authors.
“Unlike their parents who ran around having fun and staying fit, many of today’s rural children are couch potatoes,” he said.
Zhao also claimed that people who live in rural areas prefer meat to vegetables, and eat more salty Nike Air Max 97 Ultra Baratas , oily food than those who live in towns and cities.
“Dietary habits are a complicated social issue ... and people in rural areas need to realize the importance of a balanced diet,” he said.
Premier Li Keqiang delivers his government work report in Beijing yesterday. — Xinhua
ECONOMIC reforms are high on the government’s agenda this year, Premier Li Keqiang told the National People’s Congress yesterday, adding that the country’s growth rate target had been lowered to rebalance the economy during a year of possible “formidable difficulties.”
The target for 2015 is around 7 percent, compared with last year’s 7.5 percent target, Premier Li said as he delivered the government’s work report at the annual session of the NPC.
“China will stabilize and improve its macroeconomic policies to make sure its growth is within a reasonable range,” Li said. “We will pay more attention to fine-tuning policies in accordance with the real growth and accelerating reforms to rebalance the economy.”
Li said the target for 2015 takes into consideration what is needed and what is possible.
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Last year, China’s gross domestic product expanded 7.4 percent from a year earlier, the weakest expansion since 1990. In the year ahead, Li said, the difficulties China could face may be “even more formidable” than in 2014, with downward pressure on the economy building up and deep-seated problems in development surfacing.
Li said China will continue to implement a proactive fiscal policy and a prudent monetary policy while paying greater attention to anticipatory adjustments.
Meanwhile, it was imperative to intensify structural reform and bolster efforts to implement the strategy of pursuing innovation-driven development.
Financial reform Nike Air Max 97 Mujer Baratas , state-owned enterprise reform, fiscal reform and price reform will be high on the agenda this year, Li said. “We will move ahead with all such economic reforms to better serve the real economy.”
For financial reform, the country will further liberalize interest rates and improve the central bank’s framework for their regulation.
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The government work report also unveiled a number of economic targets for this year. China aims to create 10 million new jobs, keep inflation under 3 percent and try to land trade growth at around 6 percent.
The government plans to invest at least 800 billion yuan (US$130 billion) in railway construction this year, and another 800 billion yuan will be spent on water conservancy projects.
Urbanization will be accelerated and China will also strengthen efforts on sea exploration, Li said.
China will also push manufacturing to a higher level, with growth better coordinated with the fast expansion in services.
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In the 35 years between 1978 and 2013, the annual growth of the Chinese economy averaged close to 10 percent.
However, the “good old days” had to end, he said.
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