The percentage of men showing signs of early ageing in Shanghai, China's most modern and one of its richest cities, has doubled over the past two decades, state media said, citing a survey.
Symptoms of "male menopause," which includes weariness, vesicular diseases and deteriorating sexual ability, trouble 20 percent of Shanghai men under the age of 45, the China Daily quoted the survey saying...
...Unhealthy lifestyles, emotional stress and environmental pollution were reasons for the higher rate of premature male ageing, according to Li, who added that some of his patients are younger than 35.
Thursday, April 07, 2005
Shanghai Men Ageing Early
I wonder if this will put a dent in the notorious Shanghai superiority complex: