HPB Illuminates Rehacare with Advanced Privacy Healthcare System: Pioneering a New Era in Intelligent Care Technology From September 11 to 14, 2023, HPB successfully participated in the Rehacare International Exhibition for Disability Rehabilitation and Elderly Care in Dusseldorf, Germany. The
The 2023 Asia Biotech Expo, held at Nangang Exhibition Center Hall 1, successfully brought together various biotech and pharmaceutical companies from the industry, academia, and research sectors. The four-day exhibition, held from July 27 to July 30, concluded with fruitful collaborations among participating companies and significant public attendance. Not only did it attract business discussions, but also engaged general audiences in exploring new advancements in biotechnology and further boosted industry vitality.
How to Distinguish AI from Evil? Exclusive Interview with a Distinguished Research Fellow from the Institute of Law at Academia Sinica From image-based license plate recognition in parking lots to real-time chatbots for online Q&A, from smart healthcare systems that
What’s so smart about smart cities? The term ‘smart’ is used interchangeably for anything from our daily-use smart televisions and smartphones to curious concepts of smart health and smart living. Another notion which perplexes most of us is about designing
Stroke Getting Younger! 5 Key Dietary Tips from Medical Experts for Prevention. In the past, it was believed that strokes mostly occurred after the age of 65. However, with modern diets and lifestyles, people tend to overlook their physical warning
The Era of Elderly Care Has Arrived, How Should We Face It? Recently, a relative of mine attended an elderly care course and is planning to work in the field of long-term care 2.0. She told me that there was
Fire in Dangerous Old Building Highlights the “Double Elderly Crisis” of Elderly People Living in Old Houses High-rise fire in Kaohsiung City highlights the “double elderly crisis” faced by elderly residents living in old houses. Due to the high rental
Tragedy of Elderly Care: Elderly Woman Bludgeons Ill Husband to Death A 79-year-old woman surnamed Chen, suspected of being unable to cope with the long-term care of her husband who received dialysis for 30 years and her grandson, used a
81-year-old living alone, Tsai Zheng Bao Yu, resides deep in the hills and rarely goes out, taking each day as it comes. Rewinding the clock back sixty years, Bao Yu, a twenty-year-old girl living in Taichung, chose her husband among many matchmaking candidates, settling on one who worked in Keelung, with dreams of heading north. Little did she know that fate would seem to be playing a joke on her, with one challenge after another.
Young caregivers: handing over their lives to long-term care before they have a chance to grow up. The first bus at 5 o’clock in the morning is always empty. A fifth-grade elementary school student, A-Tai (pseudonym), got on the bus