Dietary intake data of 2746 older Chinese with complete dietary intake data in the Longitudinal China Health and Nutrition Survey (2009 wave) carried out across four diverse regions were analysed.

Dietary intake data were obtained by interviews using 24 h recalls over three consecutive days.

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While China has made extraordinary progress in bringing down HIV infection rates to some of the lowest in the world, there has been an alarming increase in new HIV cases among 15 to 24 year olds.

During the first nine months of 2016, 2,321 students were only 38 percent of sexually active college students use condoms, while another survey found that half of people 15 to 24 years old did not use any form of birth control in their first sexual encounter.

In China, 62 percent of women who underwent the procedure were between 20 and 29 years old, and in some areas, there has been a 30 percent Attempts to modernize sex education in schools have gained little traction.

While the government has made significant efforts to stem the spread of HIV and is supportive of sex education, it has not made it part of the school curriculum and parents continue to object.

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But strictly avoiding discussions on sex does not mean that people in the most populous country in the world are not having it.

Instead, Chinese youths are experimenting and discovering things the hard way, and many young women are bearing the consequences. In comparison, the United States reported 664,435 abortions in 2013, the latest year data was available.

15093 Issued in June 2009, Revised in December 2011 NBER Program(s): International Finance and Macroeconomics, Monetary Economics The high and rising household savings rate in China is not easily reconciled with the traditional explanations that emphasize life cycle factors, the precautionary saving motive, financial development, or habit formation.