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  • Hur håller vi oss friska längre i takt med att vi blir allt äldre

    Openlab & podden Matlaboratoriet The Elderly

    Medellivslängden ökar idag i en väldigt snabb takt. Men ett långt liv är inte detsamma som ett friskt liv. Det finns många sjukdomar förknippade med ålder, ibland kopplat till livsstil, som drabbar mängder av människor när de blir äldre. I denna utmaning efterfrågar vi idéer & innovationer som hjälper oss att hålla oss friska längre samtidigt som vi lever längre.

    Lyssna på avsnitt 3 av podcasten Matlaboratoriet, för inspiration i ämnet: #3 Vill du leva längre? | Matlaboratoriet​ on acast

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    • Lär allmänheten enkla kinesiska övningar som förstärker immunsystemet


      Några enkla övningar kan förstärka kroppens immunsystem så vi kan hålla oss friska längre. Om du förstår kinesiska googla gärna på "中里巴人"

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    • Samvaro, kunskap, rörelse och något gott att äta

      Kombinera kortare promenader, med olika fokus, som avslutas med att gemensamt äta något hälsosamt. Promenaderna går till odlingsområden och i nära skog för att kunna plocka

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  • Older people's health in a warmer Stockholm

    Enheten för samhällsplanering Länsstyrelsen, äldreförvaltningen stockholm stad samt centrum för arbets- och miljömedicin Stockholm läns landsting The Elderly

    Develop solutions for the elderly to live and feel good in a neighborhood/area in a future with generally warmer climate and especially with the increased risk of heat waves. We are looking for answers to two questions, first, how to get into heat issue in land use planning and also how to make it easier for the individual, when a heat wave occurs.
    We will identify a block with a high proportion of the elderly population, which could be hit hard by a heat wave, with the help of a heat-mapping done by the city of Stockholm.

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    • Backyard Network

      Documented research has proven that the reintroduction of vegetation into cities reduces the urban heat island effect. Cities are cooler and quieter through shading, evaporative

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    • Cool umbrella

      Cool umbrella that can be placed on a Chair, wheelchair, bed o.s.v. < br/> Cooling device can be powered by internal rechargeable battery, AC power, solar cells. Alternatively,

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    • Solar powered cooling/ventilation

      Subsidize solar powered easy to install fan or cooling for the elderly.

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    • Helping green hands

      It is an association of people from different backgrounds with an aim to socialize with the elderly and helping them to take care of green spaces, indoor and outdoor (this could

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    • Automatic Warning System

      SMHI sends the warnings regarding weather through SOS which sends it to the MSB or to Akin4boy in the County Administrative Board. This is done manually. < br/> < br/> At the

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    • Sustainable construction

      Eco-friendly construction can help to create a better outdoor environment and it can also help to build a healthier indoor environment. Conventional building materials and methods

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