A business Opportunity for anti-pollution with natural ingredients

In life, we can not avoid the Ambient (outdoor air pollution). This is a major cause of death and disease globally. The World Health Organisation (WHO) release a report in 2016 indicating that 4.2 million premature deaths worldwide due to Ambient (outdoor air pollution)[1]. There has been increasing research on the effects of ambient pollution on health. Mostly, Pollution causes damage when it is in contact with the airways and skin.

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Air Pollution in Vietnam And the Effects on its People

With the rapid urbanization in South East Asia, most countries in this region were affected by air pollution which includes Vietnam. Vietnam, home to 95 million people and a rapidly developing country is currently facing serious issue of air pollution.

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Ozone, the enemy of your skin

Ozone (O3) is considered one of the most important air pollutants in terms of impacts on human health.  But, how can ozone be both good and bad? The answer is, depends on where Ozone is found.

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The functional food market of South Korea 2019

The hope and concern always coexist in New Year all the time, but Many economists predict a pessimistic view about the macroeconomic situation of South Korea in 2019. In this situation, the Korea functional food industry is also expecting the sales slow over this year. Because The Korea functional foods market has been grown over several years but it can not be ignored the external environment and also, there are increased competitor due to a market extension. 

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Pollution is becoming a serious problem in Asia

According to the United Nations, approximately 7 million people worldwide die prematurely each year from air pollution-related diseases, with about 4 million of them occurring in Asia-Pacific.

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Air pollution is also associated with vitamin D deficiency

Vitamin D is a fat-soluble vitamin essential for calcium maintenance homeostasis, for bone health and for preventing falls and fractures. More recently an increasingly, research is revealing the importance of vitamin D in protecting against a host of health problems like hypertension, diabetes, metabolic syndrome, cancer, autoimmune and infectious diseases, among others.

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