The first man in the UK with the Bionic Body

Chris Taylor lost his right hand in a jet-ski accident that occurred terrible four years ago. At that time, Chris could just let go and think that will end his career as engineer.

But who would have thought if Chris is now able to go back up the stairs, clutching a rope to perform complex jobs such as installing wiring in the house thanks to a bionic hand which was recently acquired.

Chris is the first person in the UK is fortunate to get the 'Michaelangelo Hand', a unique prosthetic organ that has a radius of electronics. This means that Chris can move the fifth finger with his right arm muscles as well as the original hand.

47,000 pounds for this device has a number of electrodes that can sense the movement of the muscle, triggering the emergence of electronic signals that will be read by the software that is in the 'hands'. This is the software that will control the hand and led him to open, close and hold anything.

Not to forget, the device itself can be switched on and off simply by pressing a button located on the top of a bionic hand.

Thanks to this device, now Chris can hold and grasping various objects with different shapes and performs simple household chores such as buttoning a shirt or takes a set of keys.

Christ’s right hand 58-year-old 'lost' when he fell while playing the jet-ski in the sea Torquay, Devon in 2009. Actually now that Chris central gripping a rope to pull her son who had been wearing a life jacket when a large wave hit the boat. Malang, when Chris was thrown into the water, the rope tightened and tore his hand to drop.

Since then, Chris participated in the trial prosthetic hand that held the National Health Service (NHS). But unfortunately the 'hand' that has limited functionality. Not satisfied, Chris was looking through the internet and finding alternative technologies 'Michaelangelo Hand' which has been developed in the U.S. and Germany. Lucky Chris was able to purchase the insurance premiums thanks he got.

Then Chris was referred to a clinic called Dorset Orthopaedic who were trying out the new device. Once purchased, the device was attached to his arm and Chris be the first person in the UK who uses a bionic hand.

Father three children from Ivybridge, Devon said, "I am interested in new technologies. Fact part of the device is made of silicone so it fits better with my arm. Mrs. finger can be controlled electronically."

"This tool will make a big change in my life, although maybe it was not as good as a normal arm but it was much better than I got before. I can take a lot of stuff and do things that everyone can do," he concluded.

Even so, users hand made from some kind of metal and plastic is still need training sessions with therapists to familiarize themselves with the movement.

Natural Foods That Can Overcome Asthma

Asthma is a condition where there is inflammation of the airways and partly triggered by allergies. To reduce risk of asthma or to prevent the recurrence of symptoms of asthma, you need to change your intake of foods that support the condition.

Here are 9 foods that can help fight asthma naturally:

1. Avocado
Avocados are known to contain the highest concentration of L-glutathione, an anti-asthma foods that can protect cells against damage from free radicals, and detoxifying the body from pollutants and other harmful substances. L-glutathione in avocado can also help quells systemic inflammation and improve gut health is damaged, a process which in turn can help prevent asthma triggers.

2. Cabbage
Cabbage is a natural source of vitamin C and has the unique ability to block free radicals are responsible for the contraction of smooth muscle in the airway. Cabbage is also a source of phytochemicals, beta-carotene, and a powerful antioxidant that can reduce or prevent asthma symptoms.

3. Spinach
A study involving 68 535 women participants found that high intake of spinach is directly related to reduce risk of asthma. This may be due to the fact that spinach high in vitamin C, beta-carotene, vitamin E, and magnesium.

4. Bananas
According to a study conducted in 2011 by researchers from Imperial College London, eat a banana every day to keep asthma. The study found that children, who eat one banana a day, have a reduced risk of asthma symptoms such as wheezing up to about 34 percent.

5. Water
Most people who are diagnosed with asthma, the condition is usually caused by dehydration. According to experts, the symptom of asthma was initially started as a warning that the body needs water. So you need to meet the need of water every day to prevent the development of asthma symptoms.

6. Ginger
Ginger is an herb that strong anti-asthmatic, even some people say that the efficacy is better than antihistamine drugs like Benadryl in air duct cleaning and stop inflammation.

Fiber and antioxidant properties make ginger can be a powerful drug without harmful side effects, which means safe for you to add them to your daily food and drink to good health.

7. Turmeric
Anti-inflammatory active ingredient in turmeric may also address inflammation responsible for pulmonary edema and constriction of the airways during an asthma attack. Because it helps dilate blood vessels and relax muscles, turmeric is a powerful weapon in preventing the recurrence of asthma symptoms.

8. Apple
Apples contain quersetin which has proven to provide a strong protection against asthma. A study from Europe found that pregnant women who ate at least four apples per week, 53 per cent lower risk of giving birth to children with asthma.

Based on the same research that links consumption of bananas to reduce asthma symptoms, also found that children who drank apple juice, has a risk of 50 percent less likely to develop symptoms of asthma.

"In addition to foods, avoid also what triggers asthma. Wherever possible asthma sufferers or their families should always maintain the cleanliness of the house. Way, his asthma will naturally avoid and reduce the risk of recurrent asthma," said Dr. Feni Fitrania, Sp.P.

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