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zarin taslima
Jun 30, 2022
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In the process of continuous advancement of technology, many tools that did not exist in the past have become a reality today. Since the concept of "smart planet" emerged in 2008, the world has begun to promote the development of smart cities. Taiwan has always called itself an island of science and technology, and it is no exception. Under the government's policy of striving for digital transformation over the years, Taiwan has entered the era of "smart urban and rural areas". The so-called smart urban and rural areas use technologies such as big data, the Internet of Things, and AI to connect citizens, industries, and localities through innovative In this way, we can communicate effectively with each other and provide customized services according to local characteristics and needs, thereby improving people's quality of life. Use problems as fuel and use technology to strengthen service capabilities However, there will inevitably Banner Design be uneven development in urban and rural areas. Although the idea of ​​using technology to intervene and clarify the real pain points is good, it cannot ignore the digital gap between urban and rural areas. In rural areas, due to population loss, aging, and lower utilization of technological products than in cities, the pace of digitalization is naturally slower, and it has always been out of reach of various service facilities. Since 2018, with the support of the “Apply Plan for Popularizing Smart Urban and Rural Life” by the Bureau of Industry of the Ministry of Economic Affairs, advanced medical resources have been developing “Xiong Health Building Smart Living Community Shared Care Application Services” in Kaohsiung, Pingtung and Penghu (hereinafter referred to as "male health"). At that time, general manager Huang Zhaosheng was very clear that the first three problems to be solved were lack of resources, lack of manpower and lack of feedback, and innovative forces such as digitalization and smart technology could effectively connect the needs and pain points of life in remote villages, so that people in Localized and customized services and facilities will comprehensively improve the quality of public medical care. With the most considerate technology, the range of care has no boundaries The goal of the "Xiong Health" project is to set up "smart health care stations" in diversified bases such as health centers, medical institutions, long-term care bases, community activity centers and commercial channels, providing blood pressure machines, blood oxygen machines, The integrated service of physiological measurement equipment such as blood glucose machines, and also supports functions such as multi-identity login, data portable, remote consultation, and silver-haired health management scale, so that citizens can receive basic care according to their habitual life circles.
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zarin taslima
Jun 30, 2022
In Welcome to the Forum
Studies reveal that eating oily fish can reduce inflammation, improve heart health and mood. It even boosts brain power as we age and helps protect us from air pollution. "BBC" science presenter Michael. Dr Michael Mosley takes a deep dive into oily fish, omega-3 fatty acids (also known as omega-3 fatty acids), and why these essential nutrients in Just One Thing's "Enjoy Oily Fish" podcast so important to the human body. The following is organized according to the Podcast program. The benefits of eating more fish In the UK, only a quarter of adults eat any kind of oily fish; less than 16% of young adults eat two or more servings of fish a week. Oily fish are a group of fish that are high in healthy fats, and most crucially, they are the best source of omega-3 fatty acids. Eating fish gives you two omega-3 fatty acids, DHA and EPA. Our bodies are not good at making these essential fatty Banner Design acids, so they must be ingested. You may have heard a lot about the benefits of increasing the concentration of omega-3 fatty acids in your body, but what is the evidence behind it? amazing discovery One of the first evidence of the benefits of omega-3 fatty acids came from studies in the 1970s, when the Inuit people of Greenland were studied. Their diet is dominated by fish and seals. Despite their high fat intake and almost complete absence of vegetables, Inuit have particularly low rates of heart disease. good for the heart salmon Photo Credit: Getty Images / BBC News Salmon is delicious and nutritious. Since the initial observations of the health benefits of oily fish, there have been thousands of studies looking at the effects of omega-3 fatty acids on cardiovascular health. A recent large study involving more than 500,000 British men and women found that eating more omega-3 fatty acids was associated with a 16% reduction in heart attack or stroke mortality. Omega-3 fatty acids have been shown to reduce postprandial lipid spikes, while also improving plaque stability in blood .
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