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China ranks 59th among 131 countries in terms of health modernization, according to a report released on Saturday.

        He Chuanqi, head of the China Center for Modernization Research of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, suggested a road map for China's health development in five areas: systems, daily life, service, environment and treatment.

        According to the report, based on data from 2014 and earlier, 25 countries are considered "developed" in health, including Sweden; 22 countries "moderately developed" in health, including Russia; 33 countries are "primarily developed" in health, such as China; and 51 countries "under-developed" in health, including Kenya.

        In 2016, the State Council, China's cabinet, issued a guideline on building a healthy China.

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With the development of economy, more and more people are realizing the importance of healthy in China. As a consequence, various kinds of sports are becoming popular, such as square dance,  Tai Chi and Yoga and so on.

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With more people moving to cities and towns, healthcare modernization will improve over time from more centralized and thus faster accessed facilities that override the challenges of distance, terrain and remoteness. And with more focus on environmental improvements and occupational health governance, the ranking will also elevate higher.

And if those countries presently at the top have China's base and population, their ranking would have tanked.

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