Acceptance on foot! Minesweeping troops of Yunnan Military Region completed the task of demining in Honghe section.

  CCTV News:After more than eight months’ fighting, 18 minefields in Honghe Prefecture, Yunnan Province were successfully eliminated, and the 4.436 square kilometers "dead zone" was transformed into a "land of peace". On the morning of the 9th, more than 150 officers and men of the Mine Clearance Command of Yunnan Military Region, leaders of relevant military departments of Yunnan Province and representatives of the people in the minefield came to Bozhuqing minefield to hold the handover ceremony of Honghe minefield in Yunnan section of the Sino-Vietnamese border.

  At 11 am, the handover ceremony began. The Bozhuqing minefield is 20 kilometers away from Qiaotou Township, Hekou County, Honghe Prefecture, Yunnan Province, with an area of 0.15 square kilometers. It is one of the last minefields excluded in Honghe Prefecture. According to the leader of the mine-clearing headquarters, more than 70 officers and men of the second mine-clearing team were ordered to go to the border minefield of Honghe Prefecture, and moved to Luchun County, Jinping County and Hekou County, and conquered the dangerous areas with great difficulty in mine clearance, such as the "Laoyonghoushan" minefield, the "Maqihoushan" minefield, the 1076 minefield and the old Karechang minefield. Because there are many minefields in Honghe Prefecture, the lines are long and scattered, officers and men have to set up tents outside the minefield to live temporarily.

  At the ceremony, the officers and men of the mine-clearing unit conducted inspection in the unique way of China soldiers, which was the most striking acceptance on foot at the handover ceremony. At 11: 20 a.m., nearly 100 officers and men from the mine-clearing headquarters and the Second Mine-clearing Team entered the designated place, and all the leaders and personnel of the headquarters stood at the front of the team, holding hands, they stepped into the former minefield and conducted detailed reconnaissance and detection with their feet. In order to reassure the masses, officers and men walked back and forth in the cleared minefield.

  After the acceptance on foot, representatives of the mine-clearing forces and local governments at all levels signed the land transfer document, and the leaders of the mine-clearing forces announced that after the acceptance on foot, 4.436 square kilometers of peaceful land was returned to the hands of the masses.

  At the end of the ceremony, military and civilian personnel jointly planted a number of saplings in the former minefield, hoping that the former minefield would become a fruitful orchard.

  Up to now, the mine-clearing troops have cleared nearly 17 square kilometers of minefields along the Yunnan section of the Sino-Vietnamese border, and cleared more than 50,000 mines and explosives, accounting for 31% of the total task. Next, the officers and men of the Second Mine Clearance Team will be transferred to Maguan County, Wenshan Prefecture, and continue to fight in minefields such as Luojiaping Dashan and Dulong. It is planned to successfully complete all mine clearance tasks before the end of 2017. (CCTV reporter Yuan Bin Huang Qiao Hu Enkuan Li Zhenxing)

  News link: Three major mine clearance in China-Vietnam border minefield

  Since the 1990s, China has carried out three large-scale demining operations on the Sino-Vietnamese border.

  Before the first large-scale mine clearance, thousands of residents in border areas were killed or injured because of mines, and the ports and passages on the front line of the border were blocked by minefields, which seriously affected border trade and cultivated land sowing.

  In April 1992, China solemnly announced to the world that the Vietnamese government had taken the initiative to remove some mines on the Sino-Vietnamese border. The first mine clearance was carried out on the 1,353-kilometer border from the No.24 boundary pillar in Funing, Yunnan Province in the east to the 10-story mountain in Jiangcheng County in the west. It took 626 officers and men of six mine clearance teams two and a half years to complete the mine clearance of 108.2 square kilometers, remove more than 280,000 mines, more than 120,000 shells and grenades, and recover more than 2,400 boxes of unexploded ordnance.

  On December 1, 1997, the second mine clearance began, and operations were carried out in Yunnan and Guangxi at the same time. 510 mine clearance team members carried out mine clearance tasks in 117 minefields of more than 1,280 kilometers, clearing a total minefield area of 109.67 square kilometers, removing more than 550,000 mines, restoring more than 138,000 mu of cultivated land and opening 52 border crossings. The second mine clearance ended in March 1999, which took two years and four months. At present, there are 6 national, 13 provincial border trade ports and more than 30 border trade points on the Sino-Vietnamese border.

  The third Sino-Vietnamese border mine clearance began on November 3, 2015, and more than 400 mine clearance team members started operations in Yunnan and Guangxi at the same time. The task of this mine clearance is to completely remove 99 minefields with a total area of 55.59 square kilometers left over from the previous two mine clearance, and permanently enclose about 25 square kilometers of minefields. Up to now, the mine-clearing forces have cleared 40 minefields, covering an area of 17.67 square kilometers, accounting for 31% of the total task.

Taian Municipal Hospital held an academic exchange meeting on humanistic nursing theory construction and clinical application practice.

Correspondent Sun Luteng Yuanpeng Li
Snow flies in cold winter, and humanity warms the heart. On December 16th, 2023, Shandong Continuing Medical Education Project —— Academic Exchange Conference on Humanistic Nursing Theory Construction and Clinical Application Practice, hosted by Tai ‘an Municipal Hospital, was successfully concluded. Well-known experts and scholars from all over the country gathered together to express their opinions and share their feelings with the theme of "care, protection, inheritance and innovation", which opened a wonderful academic feast.
At the opening ceremony, Professor Li Huiling, executive director of China Life Care Association, chairman of the humanistic nursing professional committee of China Life Care Association and dean of the School of Nursing of Suzhou University, said in his speech that this meeting, relying on the humanistic nursing professional committee of China Life Care Association, advocates the continuous improvement of nursing humanistic quality and life care ability, which is a great support and practice for the construction of humanistic nursing discipline. She profoundly explained the meaning of "care, protection, inheritance and innovation": care advocates the visualization of care, emphasizing that care can land, be seen and felt; Guarding is the core force to protect life. Guarding needs technology, but also needs temperature and feelings. Inheritance is the inheritance of good humanistic care experience, but also the innovation based on inheritance; Innovation is to apply innovative ideas to clinical practice through learning. She hopes that this exchange will spread the theories related to humanistic nursing, especially the concept that humanistic nursing runs through the whole life cycle, to the north and south of the motherland through the lectures of experts and exchanges with fellow practitioners, and apply the learning content to clinical practice.
At the academic exchange meeting, Professor Liu Yilan, executive director of China Life Care Association, honorary chairman of humanistic nursing professional committee of China Life Care Association, director of nursing department of Union Medical College Hospital affiliated to Tongji Medical College of Huazhong University of Science and Technology, and vice president of nursing school of Tongji Medical College of Huazhong University of Science and Technology, executive director of China Life Care Association, chairman of humanistic nursing professional committee of China Life Care Association, and Professor Li Huiling, dean of nursing school of Suzhou University Medical College, Professor Yang Lijuan, Chairman of Critical Care Professional Committee of Shandong Nursing Association, Executive Deputy Director of Shandong Nursing Quality Control Center, Director of Nursing Department of Shandong Provincial Hospital, Director of China Life Care Association, Deputy Chairman of Humanistic Nursing Professional Committee of China Life Care Association, and Professor Dai Dongmei, Dean of Tai ‘an Municipal Hospital, Member of the expert database of the Hospital Infection Management Committee of Chinese Nursing Association, deputy director of the case management professional committee of Shandong Nursing Association, director of Tai ‘an Nursing Quality Control Center, director of the nursing department of Tai ‘an Central Hospital, Dr. Mao Qiuyun, Ph.D. in Nursing from Naval Medical University, Ph.D. in Joint Training from University of Toronto, Canada, postdoctoral fellow from the School of Nursing of Fudan University, and Associate Professor Wang Jingting from the Department of Nursing of Naval Medical University, conducted discussions and exchanges around the theme of "care, protection, inheritance and innovation", which provided a close academic frontier for the majority of nursing workers.
As the person in charge of this continuing medical education project and the chairman of the academic exchange meeting, Dean Dai Dongmei said at the closing ceremony that this academic exchange meeting aims to further enrich the connotation of humanistic nursing service in clinical nursing, thus promoting the innovation of clinical nursing practice mode and the expansion of service function, and empowering efficiency, creating opportunities and paving the way for practicing the humanistic nursing thought of "starting from specialty, based on humanity and finally satisfying". She hoped that all the colleagues attending the meeting would take this academic exchange meeting as an opportunity, and strive to put the medical humanistic spirit into the whole process of discipline construction and hospital development, and work hard to spread life culture, care for life process, improve life quality and prolong life expectation through a close and stable platform for cooperation and exchange, so as to help build a "healthy China".
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11-year-long research has confirmed that persisting in exercise can prolong life and reduce the incidence of 13 kinds of cancer.

If there is a "universal prescription" that can lower blood pressure, blood fat and blood sugar at the same time, prevent cancer and eliminate insomnia, it is exercise.

According to the World Health Organization,Lack of exercise has become the fourth largest risk factor for death in the world.Long-term lack of exercise will reduce the function of body organs and tissues by 30%.

In 2018, the National Cancer Institute of the United States conducted an 11-year follow-up study of 1.44 million people, and concluded that proper exercise can reduce the incidence of 13 kinds of cancers by more than 10%, and the relative life span will be longer.

How exactly does exercise change the body? How should we choose suitable sports?

The best health care secret for the body is not a panacea, but exercise, which has many benefits for our body.

Strong bones:Exercise can make bones grow and develop better, strengthen bones, and enable bones to bear greater loads. Persisting in exercise can enlarge the bony process attached to muscles, improve bone metabolism and blood circulation, improve the ability of bones to resist various changes, strengthen joint toughness, and prevent bone hyperplasia and muscle degeneration.

Promote blood circulation:Aerobic exercise, in particular, can increase cardiovascular blood output and enhance myocardial contractility, thus improving the blood circulation of the whole body and preventing the occurrence of arteriosclerosis. Exercise can protect blood vessels and reduce the risk of cardiovascular diseases.

Enhance lung function:Insisting on exercise can strengthen the respiratory muscles, expand the range of breathing movements, and increase the breathing difference, thus enhancing the vital capacity and lung function.

Help digestion and absorption:Gastrointestine is an important organ for human digestion and absorption, and exercise can help increase appetite, promote gastrointestinal peristalsis and blood circulation, promote the secretion of digestive glands, enhance the digestion and absorption ability of gastrointestinal nutrition, and strengthen the metabolic ability of the whole body.

Delay aging:When you reach a certain age, your body’s toughness and metabolic ability will begin to decline, and insisting on exercise can keep your joints flexible, delay muscle relaxation and make your body younger.

People at different ages can choose different sports according to the characteristics of their bodies at different ages, which can better reflect the role of sports.

20 years old:You can choose any high-intensity exercise, such as marathon, runaway and other high-intensity aerobic exercises, to reserve resources for good health;

30 years old:Choose high-intensity aerobic exercise or strength exercise such as mountain climbing and jogging, and pay attention to stretching ligaments before and after exercise;

40 years old:You should choose moderate-intensity sports, such as swimming, brisk walking, jogging, cycling, etc., and increase strength exercises;

50 years old:You can choose moderate intensity aerobic exercise, such as swimming, cycling and brisk walking, while maintaining moderate muscle strength exercise. For women of this age, you can do some flexibility exercises such as yoga to keep your body flexible;

60 years old:Exercise should focus on improving the quality of life, improving psychological endurance and preventing falls, and ballroom dancing, swimming and walking are all good choices;

70 years old:At this age, taking part in sports should be based on safety, and you can choose walking, Tai Chi, Qigong and other sports.

80 years old:The elderly should choose low-intensity exercise, slow and rhythmic, and can choose Tai Chi, Baduanjin and gateball.

Proper exercise for the elderly has many advantages, but because the elderly are older, there are many places to pay attention to in exercise, otherwise it is easy to walk into the following sports misunderstandings:

1. Is morning the best exercise time?

Many elderly people like to exercise in the morning, but the high content of carbon dioxide in the air in the morning is not an ideal exercise time. In addition, human blood is sticky in the morning, especially in cold weather, which is easy to cause cardiovascular diseases. Old people can choose to exercise in the afternoon.

2. Exercise immediately after meals.

Many people believe that a walk after a meal is good for digestion. However, exercise immediately after meals will lead to an increase in blood flow of skeletal muscles, which will affect digestive function. Long-term exercise after meals will easily lead to gastroptosis.

?You don’t need to exercise if you often do manual labor.

Often doing housework is limited to the activities of certain organs and organizations, which has certain limitations and even unreasonable activities. Only scientific and reasonable exercise can make all parts of the body, joints and muscles get full and comprehensive activities, and all organs can also get comprehensive exercise.

Exercise can bring people health and happiness, but don’t go into the misunderstanding of exercise, master the correct types and ways of exercise, and make your body more and more "young"!

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2. Huang Huiming. Decryption of longevity: How to exercise at different ages? [J]. Contemporary Model Workers, 2014: 77.

3. Ouyang Jun. Physical benefits of exercise [J]. Health Guide, 2012,18 (4): 58-59.

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