Gout: More common in men than in women?

Gout: More common in men than in women?

According to statistics by the National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases (NIAMS) of the United States, 275 in every 100,000 people suffer from gout. It is predicted that in the year 2021, there would be 17.7 million people suffer from gout globally. This alarming figure truly warrants a call for increased health awareness!

When it comes to gout, we should remember the Chinese idiom: “illness enters by the mouth”. One of the main culprits is excessive eating and drinking habits. Excessive consumption of foods high in purines such as seafood, meat, alcohol and beans, significantly increase the density of uric acid in the body. Making it worse, lack of exercise also causes uric acid remain in the body instead of being properly excreted. Over a long period of time, excessive uric acid build-up can lead to the formation of uric acid crystal deposits, which are the “culprits” of gout.

You may not be aware that gout, obesity, hypertension (high blood pressure), hyperlipidemia, coronary heart disease and diabetes are all closely related. For example, patients with hypertension commonly use diuretics to control their blood pressure levels, but which leads to extracellular fluid loss. This in turn increases the reabsorption of urates by kidney tubules. Chronic hypertension triggers atherosclerosis (hardening of the arteries), which results in renal function deterioration (kidney failure) and decreases uric acid excretion. This simply translates into the increase of uric acid concentration, which leading to gout attacks.

For overweight people, the major culprit is overeating, which leads to the accumulation excess fats in the subcutaneous, abdominal and visceral parts of the body. When the body is tired or hungry, it burns the stored fat to generate energy (calories) to support the body movement. The problem is that whenever the body burns fat for energy, it also produces ketones which prevents the excretion of uric acid. This causes the hyperuricemia levels that triggers gout attacks.

Statistically speaking, Malaysia is the most obese country in Southeast Asia. Out of 30.3 million Malaysians, 12 million people (40%) are overweight, with more than 5.1 million (17% to 18%) suffering from human obesity. This obviously makes Malaysia the fattest country in Southeast Asia. This number increases yearly, meaning that more and more people are becoming vulnerable to metabolic problems such as gout.

Most gout patients are men over the age of 30. However, due to unhealthy lifestyles and bad eating habits, gout victims are getting younger and younger, with clinical studies showing that there are now gout patients as young as 20. The proportion of men and women suffering from gout is around 9: 1, though postmenopausal women are more vulnerable. In any case, the risk of gout occurring will increase with higher uric acid concentration, which is something that affects both men and women.

In order to prevent gout, according to doctor’s health tips, we should do our best to have a healthy lifestyle and diet. Avoid food that is high in purine (organ meats, beer, etc.), drink plenty of water daily, and exercise regularly to maintain a healthy weight.

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Freedom from pesky cords

Freedom from pesky cords

Freedom From Pesky Cords

Hassle-free cordless vacuum cleaners is what you should really consider.

Freedom From

Pesky Cords

Hassle-free cordless vacuum cleaners is what you should really consider.

Vacuuming can be such a chore. If the thought of having to lug around a big heavy machine turns you off, you might want to consider a cordless vacuum cleaner.

The freedom that comes from cutting the cord is awesome– you can reach higher, lower and further without a pesky cable holding you back. Cordless vacuum cleaners tend to be smaller and lighter, making it easier to whip them out for a quick clean. The best ones are light and easy to manoeuvre, sucks up dust and dirt just as well as an ordinary vacuum, and still have enough juice for a full-home clean.

We surveyed the market to give you a quick review of what is available in Malaysia. Below, we compare the attributes of cordless vacuum cleaners from three popular brands: Dyson, LG and Electrolux.

Power to go the distance

With cordless, power is a concern. After all, you wouldn’t want the machine to run out of juice before you’ve finished cleaning. Most cordless vacuum cleaners today are powered by a lithium-ion battery, or two, in the case of LG’s VS8400SCW and VS8401SCW which come with two swappable power packs to last twice as long — 2x 30 minutes in regular mode or 2x 20 minutes in power mode.

The Electrolux ZB5021 has the longest working time of 50 minutes, according to its specs, but this is on the lowest setting. On normal power, it can run for 26 minutes before needing a recharge, and 14 minutes for max suction power of 16W.

LG's VS8400SCW, come with two swappable power packs.

Source: LG

minutes of "fade-free" powerful suction

Dyson boasts of “fade-free” powerful suction of up to 20 minutes for V6 and V6 Fluffy, and 40 minutes for V8 Fluffy and V8 Absolute, or about 25 minutes when using the power-guzzling motorised head and 7 minutes of higher suction for more difficult tasks. V8 Absolute’s operational time will feel substantially longer too as the vacuum cleaner only powers up when you pull its trigger, it’s using up the battery only when you specifically need it to. Very nifty!

Dyson’s machines have the most powerful suction in the market – up 100AW for the V6 variants and 115AW for V8. One airwatt (AW) equals to 0.9983 watts (W). By comparison, the most powerful Electrolux only clocks up 16W. We could not find information on LG’s suction power but playing around with one, we find the suction power stronger than the Electrolux machines but weaker than Dyson’s.

Dyson also has the fastest charging time of 3.5 hours* versus Electrolux’s 4 hours and LG’s 4.5 hours.

 

*Disclaimer: Charge time is based on model variant.

Brand Model Power Suction Power Working Time Charging Time

ZB5021

21.6V 16W Booster(14min),

Normal (26min),

Low (50min)

4 Hours

ZB3107

14V 10W High (15mins),

Low (30mins)

ZB3114AK

18.8V 14W High (16mins),

Low (45mins)

VS8400SCW

18V n/a 60min in regular mode (2 x 30min)

40min in power mode (2 x 20min)

4.5 Hours

VS8401SCW

V6 Entry

21.6V Standard Mode: 28AW, Max Mode: 100AW 20min, 16min with motorised cleaner head, 6min in Boost mode. 3.5 Hours

V8

21.6V Standard Mode: 28AW, Max Mode: 115AW 40min, 30min with motorised cleaner head, 7min in Boost mode. 5 Hours
Brand & Model Power / Suction Power Working Time / Charging Time

ZB5021

21.6V

/

16W

Booster (14min)
Normal (26min)
Low (50min)/4 Hours

ZB3107

14V

/

10W

High (15min)
Low (30min)/4 Hours

ZB3114AK

18.8V

/

14W

High (16mins)
Low (45mins)/4 Hours

VS8400SCW

18V

/

n/a

60min in regular mode (2 x 30min)
40min in power mode (2 x 20min)/4.5 Hours

VS8401SCW

18V

/

n/a

60min in regular mode (2 x 30min)
40min in power mode (2 x 20min)/4.5 Hours

V6 Entry

21.6V

/

Standard Mode: 28AW
Max Mode: 100AW

20min, 16min with motorised cleaner head, 6min in Boost Mode.

/

3.5 Hours

V8

21.6V

/

Standard Mode: 28AW, Max Mode: 115AW

40min, 30min with motorised cleaner head, 7min in Boost Mode.

/

5 Hours

Sound

Given its power, Dyson should be the noisiest of the lot, right? On the contrary, Dyson seems to emit the least noise. Technically, Dyson and LG both boosts of relatively low noise emission of only 70dB. The decibel range for a normal human conversational voice is around 60dB. LG machines sound louder for some reason. This is perhaps due to Dyson’s acoustic engineers who are constantly looking at how to dampen or reduce the noise emission on their machines.

Meanwhile, the Electroluxes are loud — 81dB for ZB5021, and 79dB for ZB3107, ZB3113 and ZB3114AK.

Dyson V8 is able to muffle the sound to reduce its loudness.

Source: Dyson

Weight and ease of use

On the surface, the weights of the cordless vacuum cleaners from the three brands do not seem to differ very much. Electrolux machines weigh between 2.5kg (ZB3107) to 2.8kg (ZB5021). The LGs weigh 2.8kg each. Dyson’s V8 Fluffy and V8 Absolute each weigh 2.55kg and the Dyson V6 Fluffy weigh only 2.34kg. However, with extended usage, every extra gram matters. As does the design.

We find Dyson’s design most ergonomically. With the centre of gravity located towards the grip, handling is easier and causes the least strain with extended use, especially when you do a lot of reaching upwards to the ceiling. Balance, then, becomes of utmost importance. We also like the look of a Dyson best as it looks more futuristic.

Source: Dyson

Technology

In terms of technology, Dyson leads the pack.

Dyson has been continually refining vacuum cyclone technology since inventing it more than 20 years ago. Dyson’s patented Root Cyclone™ technology captures more dirt than any other and very importantly, without the loss of suction. 15 cyclones, arranged across two tiers, work in parallel to increase airflow and capture fine dust and allergens such as pollen and dust mite faeces, and expels cleaner air. The technology is approved by both the British Allergy Foundation and Service Allergie Suisse.

What it will cost you

Technology comes at a price. Dyson, being the most advanced, is also the most expensive. The flagship V8 Absolute is retailed at RM4,500, the V8 Fluffy slightly cheaper at RM3,999 and the V6 at RM3,229. Electrolux machines are the cheapest, ranging from less than RM350 for the Dynamica ZS-320 to RM1,119 for the ZB5021. LG’s VS8400SCW and VS8401SC are around RM1,899 a pop. The VK94070NCAG, which looks just like a conventional vacuum cleaner (rather than a stick) but cordless, comes at RM3,799.

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Selangor Smart City International Conference sees massive turnout

Selangor Smart City International Conference sees massive turnout

Reporting by Xavier Kong and Zameen Datta

Shah Alam, December 8 –The inaugural Selangor Smart City International Conference 2016 welcomed participants to an exciting start on the morning of Dec 6 at the Saujana Hotel, Shah Alam. The packed conference hall saw a massive turnout of over 500 people for the conference on Day 1, comprising a vibrant and healthy mix of local and international representatives and individuals running the gamut from service providers in Smart City/Smart Tech, tech companies, GLCs, municipals, government agencies, academics and more.

The conference was organised by Menteri Besar Incorporated Selangor (MBI), the Smart Selangor Delivery Unit (SSDU) and the Selangor Information Technology and E-Commerce Council (SITEC), with the support of the Selangor State Government, and is a part of the state government’s plans to transform Selangor into a “Smart State” by 2025.

Day 1: YM Raja Shahreen, CEO of Menteri Besar Selangor Incorporated (MBI) declares the conference open

Speakers from the first session convene on stage for a Q&A Session with Session Moderator Dr. Fahmi Ngah.

Technology key driver of Smart Cities

In his opening speech, Menteri Besar Selangor Incorporated CEO YM Raja Shahreen Bin YM Raja Othman announced that Selangor would be “developing a caring, smart state” that saw its citizens as the state’s “greatest asset”.

“Technology will be the driver of smart cities.” he added. “The Smart City Concept is not just about filling the city with sensors, WiFi, beacons and green buildings, but also about how to encourage citizen participation, using the open data concept… to improve the quality of life and essentially make the people happy.”

The two day conference was split into four sessions. The first three sessions took place on Day 1 (Dec 6), and saw international and local speakers from Barcelona, Amsterdam, Taipei and Cyberjaya as well as tech giants Microsoft, Huawei and IBM in Session 1: Smart City Knowledge Exchange and Session 2: Smart Solutions for Smarter Cities respectively.

Just before lunch, the conference segued into the launch of the Smart Selangor Blueprint that sets forth a concerted implementation plan to stage the co-creation of a smart state driven by a strong digital economy and sustainable liveability by 2025.

Realising Selangor’s Smart State aspirations

Launched by the Selangor Education, Human Capital Development, Science, Technology and Innovation Exco, Y.B Nik Nazmi Nik Ahmad on behalf of Y.A.B Dato’ Menteri Besar Selangor, Dato’ Seri Mohamed Azmin Ali, the blueprint is a roadmap for driving a more sustainable economic growth for Selangor. The blueprint is a ‘living’ implementation framework which will be reviewed periodically to adapt to fast moving smart city dynamics, technologies, the evolving needs of citizens, businesses and investors.

This strategic pivot will bring about key transformational outcomes to realize Selangor’s Smart State aspirations by 2025 and place Selangor as the premier business, travel and living destination in ASEAN.

SSDU Program Director, Y.M. Raja Shahreen shared, “In mobilising the full development of a Smart Selangor, the key is to evolve at a more rapid pace to establish a new industrial landscape for Selangor SMEs and the manufacturing sector, and at the same time, preserve the current environment. We are taking these challenges head-on, as there are viable moving economic opportunities to be leveraged in the near future. Therefore, we must act in a timely manner to capture these interests.”

Eg Kah Yee, Chairman of Key ASIC, speaking in Session 3 (Leveraging IoT & Big Data for Smart Cities)

RM 26 million set aside for more pilot programs

“Reaching these actionable outcomes, in turn, will further empower Selangor to be ASEAN’s premier business, travel and living destination. Essentially, we are reconciling the state, business and Selangor Rakyat’s interests by delivering leading major innovations that will place Selangor as an important economic location in Southeast Asia surpassing other neighboring cities in comparative advantage terms,” Y.M. Raja Shahreen added.

Pertinently, for 2017, the state had committed RM26 million for at least 10 more new pilot programs to be expedited under the initiative. In its net effect, as the nation’s economic powerhouse and the most progressive state in Malaysia, the Smart Selangor strategic action plans will further enhance Selangor’s economic outlook as a key driver of growth and prosperity as well as address urban challenges leveraging technology as a key enabler.

Session 2 continued post-lunch, after which Session 3: Leveraging IoT & Big Data for Smart Cities continued with speakers from the UK, Malaysia and Taiwan sharing their solutions and ideas on stage.

There were a wide variety of innovations shown – everything from large-scale systems to monitor traffic flow across an entire city, to smartphone apps to make it easier to do your shopping. However, despite their differences, all of these inventive ideas had a common theme: they were meant to help ordinary citizens live long, happy and productive lives. Throughout the event there was a strong emphasis on actively making use of technology to solve people’s problems.

Strong turnout rate on day 2

Over 200 delegates turned up for Day 2 of the Selangor Smart City International Conference, maintaining the strong turnout rate over the course of the conference. The second day saw 21 solutions providers showcasing what they bring to the table in the development and advancement of a Smart City, as well as business matching sessions for 26 companies that were looking to find partners or collaborators in projects.

Over 200 delegates attended the second day of the conference

Nabil Feisal of Malaysia introducing his startup company Dego

Glen Kuo, representing Internet Information Co Ltd (Taiwan)

Showcase session

The showcase session, which featured companies from Taiwan, Malaysia, and the UK, ranged in topics and applications, as well as sporting differing ideas for similar problems. Among the more common topics included IoT advances in agriculture and environment control, as well as the use of technology to simplify everyday matters such as grocery shopping and parking. There were also companies specialising in more than one field, though the focus remained on IoT. Also present were several firms which specialised in building management and disaster control.

The companies from Taiwan largely brought with them IoT solutions which look to energy efficiency, food quality, logistics, disaster management, building control, and management, among others, whereas the UK teams brought with them solutions centered around security and surveillance, through Aralia Systems and Reward Technology.

Solutions providers from Malaysia included HappyFresh and PasarTap as on-demand grocery services, WeStyleAsia and RecomN as platforms that connect services to customers, ParkEasy and MOPPS as parking solutions providers, Dego as a logistics player, and Tourplus as an e-Commerce tourism platform.

Dr Lau Cher Han and Eizzar Supiar of Cradle both offered comments after the showcase session, with Dr Lau noting that, while there would be those who will believe that some of the solutions providers were not connected to the Smart City concept, a Smart solution is ultimately one that helps people to live smarter and easier. He further noted that the providers were there with several unconventional methods but all sharing the common goal of helping people lead easier lives.

Eizzar noted that it was heartening that large corporations as well as startups were moving towards smarter solutions and offerings, with large corporations working together with startups to further customise solutions to fit their needs. More cooperation is always a good way forward, Eizzar noted.

Business matching sessions

The business matching sessions saw over 160 one-to-one sessions between companies, with discussions focused on the exchange of ideas, the search for collaborators, and offering talents and proposals.

With the end of the final business matching discussion, the inaugural Selangor Smart City International Conference was brought to a close.

The business matching sessions provided companies with a valuable opportunity to make contacts and increase their exposure

The Huawei Mate 9 or iPhone 7 plus?

The Huawei Mate 9 or iPhone 7 plus?

The Huawei Mate 9 or iPhone 7 plus?

Malaysians flocked to stores on November 22nd upon the release of the Huawei Mate 9, coming hot on the heels of Apples iPhone 7 Plus, presenting potential buyers with the dilemma of choosing between the two.

The Mate 9 is Huawei’s attempt at capturing the consumers currently in a limbo from Samsung’s Note 7 fiasco. The high end smartphone is set to be sold at RM 2,699, a rather competitive price considering its technical specifications being debatably better than the iPhone 7plus which retails at RM 3,799.

The Mate9 will be a delightful breath of fresh air for smartphone users who prefer a large screen over some of the smaller models such as the iPhone 7.

It features a 5.9 inch display, larger than the iPhone 7 plus’s 5.5 screen. Thankfully, despite it being a “phablet”, Huawei’s partnership with Porsche in the design of the device has manages to make the Mate 9’s classic design still look sleek and elegant.

The new Kirin 960 chips bested Apples A10 in Multi Core Tests

The newest Kirin 960 chipsets in the Huawei Mate 9 scored a whopping 6,000 on Geekbench’s multi core test while the iPhone plus’s A10 chip scored only 5,700 which comes close, but loses out in the end by a 300 point margin. Huawei has also crafted the EMUI 5.0 user interface to compliment the power of the Kirin 960 chips, ensuring that the device runs at top efficiency.

Huawei’s EMUI 5.0 tops user friendly charts

Most android makers such as Sony and Samsung often add their own iteration of “launchers” on top of the default android software, changing the wallpapers, icons and layout of the menus. Sometimes this can make a device feel clunky and difficult to handle when switching from app to app. However, with its clean interface, Huawei’s EMUI 5.0 or Emotion UI 5.0 bests even the most recent iterations of Android such as the S7 edge when it comes to ease of use.

The Mate 9’s Kirin 960 security features.

Huawei’s premium device has a protected firewall formed by the Kirin 960’s secure OS, so that every time a user reads or writes data, automatic encryption and decryption are logged into the chip. This means that even if the Mate 9 is stolen, hackers would not be able to extract data from the device.

Stellar Battery Life

The Mate 9 has one of the largest batteries of the phablet class. Packing 4000mAh with a supercharge feature that Huawei claims fully charges the device 4x faster than the iPhone 7Plus at 20minutes. The apple device, in comparison only packs a 2900 mAh battery with no supercharge feature.

Photo taken by the Huawei Mate 9 (Source: recombu)

Photo taken by the iPhone 7 (Source: recombu)

Leica Dual Lens Photography.

The Huawei Mate9 has been made with expert photographers in mind, it takes skill and practice to perfectly use the devices camera, whose dual lens feature allows post-editing bokeh and background blurring effects. The drawback however, is that basic camera users may find the extra interface and features complicated. So if you are a simplistic point –and-shoot kind of user, the iPhone is for you, however, if you appreciate something that requires some skill and finesse, the Mate 9 would be your choice.

The Mate 9’s second generation dual lens Leica-engineered camera features a 12 megapixel color sensor (RGB), paired with a 20-megapixel monochrome sensor. This results in capturing spectacular contrast that excels in photography under poor lighting conditions and the capture of black and white photos. In comparison, the iPhone 7 plus carries two 12-megapixel cameras.

Photo taken by the iPhone 7 (Source: recombu)

Photo taken by the iPhone 7 (Source: recombu)

Device Storage space.

The Huawei Mate9 has been made with expert photographers in mind, it takes skill and practice to perfectly use the devices camera, whose dual lens feature allows post-editing bokeh and background blurring effects. The drawback however, is that basic camera users may find the extra interface and features complicated. So if you are a simplistic point –and-shoot kind of user, the iPhone is for you, however, if you appreciate something that requires some skill and finesse, the Mate 9 would be your choice.

The Mate 9’s second generation dual lens Leica-engineered camera features a 12 megapixel color sensor (RGB), paired with a 20-megapixel monochrome sensor. This results in capturing spectacular contrast that excels in photography under poor lighting conditions and the capture of black and white photos. In comparison, the iPhone 7 plus carries two 12-megapixel cameras.

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Beware of the “4th High” – High uric acid

Beware of the “4th High” – High uric acid

Over the last few years, more people are becoming aware of the dangers of the “3 Highs” (high blood sugar, high blood pressure and high cholesterol). However, not many people are aware of the “4th High”: high uric acid.

Due to the changes in our lifestyles and eating habits, the number of people with high uric acid levels increase yearly, with more and more young people joining the list. Based on the data shown, more than 10% of the population has high uric acid levels, especially among middle aged males. This is dangerous as high uric acid levels are linked to a substance called “purine”, which may cause metabolic disease.

In addition, having a high uric acid level makes one more likely to suffer from gout. When the human body has too much uric acid, it may start to gather in the body tissue, especially in the joints (big toe, heel, elbow, etc.). This causes the formation of uric acid crystals (sometimes known as “tophi”), which causes gout.

Apart from gout, people who have high uric acid levels are often at risk of certain metabolic diseases such as obesity, diabetes and high cholesterol, as well as a number of cardiovascular diseases.

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Sornado Tea Bag assists in control of uric acid level and reducing inflammation and pain associated with gout. With this promo code <MKGOUT12>, readers can get a discount of RM12/box when purchasing on LogOn.

 

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What’s Gout? Can we prevent it?

What’s Gout? Can we prevent it?

Even though living standards have improved, the percentage of gout sufferers has actually increased!

Based on statistics surveyed, for the past 15 years, the number of people infected with gout worldwide has increased between 15-30 times. In the United Kingdom, the number of gout sufferers has risen by 60% from 1997 to 2012. Based on current rates, it is predicted that by 2021 there will be 17.7 million gout sufferers globally.

In the past, gout was relatively rare in the Asia region. However, since the 1990s, nations like Japan, Taiwan, China and even Malaysia went through rapid economic development which significantly improved living standards for the common citizen as well as increasing the amount of meat in their diet. This excessive meat consumption is a major factor in the rising number of hyperuricemia diseases. Unfortunately, given the absence of obvious symptoms in hyperuricemia, such cases are often misdiagnosed. When gout-induced attacks on the joints surface a few years later, the organ damage has already been done.

Excessive consumption of foods high in purine such as seafood, meat, alcohol and beans causes the density of uric acid in the body to increase significantly. Without regular exercise to excrete it, uric acid crystal deposits will form, triggering gout attacks. About 20%-30% of the uric acid in the body are ingested from the food we eat while the remaining 80% are produced by our body’s waste. Therefore, one of the main factors for gout are bad eating or drinking habits (binge eating or drinking) which stimulates and accelerates the harmful accumulation of uric acid.

Gout is the most severe form of arthritis, causing immense pain to those who have it. For many people, the first sign of gout is usually pain in the big toe joint, caused by the sharp uric acid crystals deposited there. A gout attack comes in the form of a sharp, stabbing or tingling pain, accompanied by redness, fever and swelling symptoms. Acute gout attacks often occur at night when the immune system is going through the detoxification process. The pain often causes sufferers to have difficulty sleeping. Without proper medication, the gout attacks will occur continuously, with 60% of gout sufferers experiencing a second episode within a year.

Gout brings tremendous suffering that greatly affects the patient’s daily life. In severe cases, it may even result in death. To prevent gout, you should practise healthy eating habits – cut down on alcohol, drink plenty of water and exercise regularly. If you are diagnosed with hyperuricemia, it may be a sign that gout already is already creeping up to you! Gout may be crowned as the “Emperor Disease”, but it affects everyone equally.

Get RM12 off Sornado Tea Bags!

Sornado Tea Bags

Sornado Tea Bags

Sornado Tea Bag assists in control of uric acid level and reducing inflammation and pain associated with gout. With this promo code <MKGOUT12>, readers can get a discount of RM12/box when purchasing on LogOn.

 

  • Only valid for the first 500 purchasers
  • Promo code is effective from 5th Dec.2016 until 21st May 2017