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Blog post 07/13/2020 Interview - Bionic - GenUnlimited Winners The team invented a 3D printed bionic arm (electronic prosthesis) that works via muscle sensors reading the muscle impulses of the forearm Article 05/26/2020 Youth Volunteers rise to the challenge of COVID-19 “Thanks to UNICEF’s workshops, I met a lot of peers who, just like me, want to contribute to the world in this difficult time.” Ines, aged 15 Blog post 05/19/2020 Socialization in the “New Normal” The word ‘socializing’ has gained new forms of practice and with-it new challenges and difficulties.
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Score: 1390870.7 - https://www.unicef.org/northma...edonia/topics/youth-journalism
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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Blog post Interview - Bionic - GenUnlimited Winners The team invented a 3D printed bionic arm (electronic prosthesis) that works via muscle sensors reading the muscle impulses of the forearm and is intended for people who are missing an upper limb Interview by Matej Milosievski (16), a UNICEF Young Reporter UNICEFMK Available in: English Македонски 13 July 2020 Young people have an undiscovered amount of imagination and creativity. (...) Bionic: Our product is a 3D printed bionic arm (electronic prosthesis) that works via muscle sensors reading the muscle impulses of the forearm and is intended for people who are missing an upper limb. (...) Bionic: The experience was fantastic. We gained a lot of new skills and knowledge. We were very surprised after the victory in the challenge, but also happy because of the opportunity given to us to improve the product.
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Score: 1349036.1 - https://www.unicef.org/northma...ew-bionic-genunlimited-winners
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WHO defines physical activity as any bodily movement produced by skeletal muscles that requires energy expenditure. Physical activity refers to all movement including during leisure time, for transport to get to and from places, or as part of a person’s work. (...) Adults living with disability: should do at least 150–300 minutes of moderate-intensity aerobic physical activity;  or at least 75–150 minutes of vigorous-intensity aerobic physical activity; or an equivalent combination of moderate- and vigorous-intensity activity throughout the week should also do muscle-strengthening activities at moderate or greater intensity that involve all major muscle groups on 2 or more days a week, as these provide additional health benefits. (...) Evidence shows higher amounts of sedentary behaviour are associated with the following poor health outcomes: In children and adolescents:  increased adiposity (weight gain) poorer cardiometabolic health, fitness, behavioural conduct/pro-social behaviour reduced sleep duration In adults: all-cause mortality, cardiovascular disease mortality and cancer mortality incidence of cardiovascular disease, cancer and type-2 diabetes. 
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Score: 1308630.4 - https://www.who.int/news-room/...heets/detail/physical-activity
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The sternum is removed with associated muscle attached. (Major muscles M. pectoralis superficialisis, M. pectoralis profundus M. rectus thoracis). (...) Major muscles are (M. transversus abdominis and M. rectus abdominis). (...) HEEL MUSCLE 2364 Heel Muscle is prepared from a Silverside (item 2020) by separation from the M. gloteo biceps.
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Score: 1270338.1 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...gs/ge.11/document/20000703.pdf
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The impact of technology on inequality depends on which group of workers is easier to replace by new machines and on how the overall gains are shared between firm owners and workers. (...) D e p a r t m e n t o f E c o n o m i c & S o c i a l A f f a i r s Job destruction and job creation are determined not only by technological feasibility, but also by economic, legal, regulatory or socio-political factors: Technology-driven automation in large manufacturing powerhouses may limit the ability of developing countries to gain a competitive advantage in new sectors. While new technologies may encourage some manufacturers to move production closer to their main markets, there is no massive reshoring of jobs from developing to developed countries. (...) Proactive policies are needed to help workers adapt to the new demands and to ensure that the gains are broadly shared. This requires re-thinking and re-designing labour market policies, social security schemes and taxation systems.
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Score: 1265902.5 - https://www.un.org/development...Frontier_IssuesKeyMessages.pdf
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The following chilling systems may cause weight gain through technically unavoidable water retention. (...) To be specified: • Tarsus retained. • Heel muscle retained or removed. • Leg tendon retained or removed (...) Rabbit stomach is formed by slightly irregular gastrointestinal muscle tissue. 24 Category
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Score: 1244304.6 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...ADE/C/WP.7/GE.11/2013/6&Lang=E
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RABBIT MEAT STANDARD
To be specified: ● Tarsus retained. ● Heel muscle retained or removed. ● Leg tendon retained or removed (...) To be specified: ● Silverskin removed or retained. ● Muscle length by indicating the removal point along the vertebrae. 0305 Backstrap Backstrap (long) is prepared from a side and consists of the eye muscle lying along the spinous process and transverse processes of the lumber, thoracic and cervical vertebrae. (...) To be specified: ● Silverskin removed or retained. ● Muscle length by indicating the removal point along the vertebrae. 0306 Tenderloin Tenderloin is prepared from the side by removing the muscles in one piece from the ventral surface of the lumbar vertebrae and lateral surface of the ilium.
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Score: 1236777.3 - https://www.un.org/africarenewal/section/strong-institutions
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More recently the possibility of transmission by the respiratory route is gaining ground. There are also other possibilities such as transmission through insects which cannot be completely ruled out. (...) These may be loss of sensation in the skin and weakness of muscles supplied by the affected nerve. In the absence of these signs, nerve thickening by itself, without sensory loss and/or muscle weakness is often not a reliable sign of leprosy.
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Score: 1225197.3 - https://www.who.int/southeastasia/health-topics/leprosy
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DRAFT RISK PROFILE: HEXABROMOBIPHENYL
In another paper, Jansson et al. (1987) reported concentrations of hexabromobiphenyl (Firemaster BP-6) in ringed seal from Svalbard to be 4 µg/kg lipid and concentrations in guillemot muscle of 50 µg/kg lipid. It is not clear whether these results are from different investigations. (...) Hexabromobiphenyl (PBB 153) was not detected (LOD between 0.02 and 0.1 µg/kg wet weight) in samples of muscle and liver from several species of fish from the eastern Mediterranean region of Turkey (Erdogrul et al. 2005). (...) Thus, the maximum concentrations measured in muscle and liver were 150 and 180 µg/kg lipid; respectively (Jaspers et al. 2006).
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