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Visitors view bonsais during a wintersweet and plum blossom expo in Yanling County
, central China's Henan Province, Jan. 22, 2018. (XinhuaFeng Dapeng) Visitors view bonsais during a wintersweet and plum blossom expo in Yanling County, central China's Henan Province, Jan. 22, 2018. (XinhuaFeng Dapeng) Visitors view bonsais during a wintersweet and plum blossom expo in Yanling County, central China's Henan Province
, Jan. 22, 2018. (XinhuaFeng Dapeng) Visitors view bonsais during a wintersweet and plum blossom expo in Yanling County, central China's Henan Province, Jan. 22, 2018. (XinhuaFeng Dapeng) Visitors view bonsais during a wintersweet and plum blossom expo in Yanling County, central China's Henan Province, Jan. 22
, 2018. (XinhuaFeng Dapeng) A visitor takes photos of a bonsai during a wintersweet and plum blossom expo in Yanling County, central China's Henan Province, Jan. 22, 2018. (XinhuaFeng Dapeng) A visitor views bonsais during a wintersweet and plum blossom expo in Yanling County, central China's Henan Province, Jan. 22, 2018. (XinhuaFeng Dapeng) A visitor views bonsais during a wintersweet and plum blossom expo in Yanling County
, central China's Henan Province, Jan. 22, 2018. (XinhuaFeng Dapeng)
BEIJING, Jan. 18 (Xinhua) -- Subsidies for new energy cars will be cut further this year before being phased out in China altogether by the end of 2020, Thursday's China Daily reported.


"The move was scheduled to be released by the end of 2017, but there was some controversy and hence has been delayed for a while," Wu Zhixin
, vice-president of the China Automotive Technology & Research Center, which participated in drafting the plan, was quoted as saying.


The ministries concerned, including the Ministry of Finance and the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, have reached a consensus on the final draft and submitted it for final approval, according to Wu.


Wu did not give details about how much the current subsidies would be cut but said cars qualified for subsidies in 2017 would have their eligibility extended for around four months into this year, the newspaper reported.


China has been offering financial incentives since 2010 to stimulate the popularity of new energy cars.


Wu told the newspaper that subsidy cuts will see small and uncompetitive players wiped out faster than expected but outstanding performers would not be affected much.


The China Association of Automobile Manufacturers estimated that new energy car sales would grow at around 40 percent to exceed 1 million units in 2018. More than 777
,000 units were sold last year in China, a 53 percent surge year on year.



Welcome back to our four-part article series on the tiny microorganisms that live in your mouth. In our previous article post, the dentists we spoke to in Colorado Springs revealed that (1) there are more bacteria in your mouth than there are people living on the plant (that’s a number in excess of 7 billion!) and (2) that over 700 different species of oral bacteria have been identified. Thankfully, most of them are incapable of making you sick, but they all contribute to the formation of plaque and acidic wastes that cause cavities and tooth decay.

Let’s continue with some more fascinating facts about the critters that call your mouth “home”!

Fascinating Fact # 3…

Everyone has that annoying friend or family member who has no qualms about letting their pet cat or dog lick their fingers and face. They tend to say things like: “Oh a dog has far less germs in its mouth than humans.”

Well, that may be the case, but as much as you love your dog
, you don’t want its saliva all over you! If you don’t let other people lick your face, why would you let an animal that doesn’t even brush its teeth drool on you?

A dog’s mouth isn’t any “cleaner” than a human’s.

The reality is there is no scientific foundation for the claims of that kooky aunt or friend of yours. “A cat or dog’s mouth is just as full of germs as yours is,” says a dentist in Colorado Spring. In fact, there are more than 100 different kinds of germs in dog spit that can make you sick, so think twice the next time you cuddle with Fido. Letting your dog lick your face and (ugh) mouth is NOT the most hygienic of habits and certainly won’t endear you to your girlfriend who is now expected to kiss you.

Fascinating Fact # 4…

You’ve spent a good ten minutes stacking the perfect sandwich: pastrami, American cheese, pickles
, avocado, tomato, mayonnaise, yellow mustard and two beautiful slices of wheat bread. You grab the plate in your right hand and your giant glass of soda in your left. Spying the TV remote on the counter you try to pick that up with your right hand as welcomel and end up dropping your gorgeous sandwich all over the kitchen floor.

Oh welcomel! 5 Second rule!

Hastily scooping it together, you reassemble your now decidedly less regal-looking food tower and throw caution to the wind… hello lunch! But wait…

There is no such thing as the 5-second rule.

“The five, ten or whatever second rule we all recite when we drop something we were adamant about eating is really quite arbitrary,” say dentists in Colorado Springs. “If your food hits the floor
, it’s going to collect bacteria. Obviously, the longer you leave it there, the more bacteria it’ll gather. But even after one second on the floor, you’re food won’t be pristine.”

The best approach to this kind of problem is to decide, based upon you.
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