Day 1 :
Emirates Diabetes Society, UAE
Time : 09:30-10:30
Dana Al-Hamwi has completed her Doctorate in Medicine from the University of Damascus, Syria. She has pursued her Master's degree of Medical Science specializing in Human Nutrition from the University of Sheffi eld, UK. She is the Clinical Dietitian of the Emirates Diabetes Society. She is registered Nutritionist in the Dubai Health Care City (DHCC). She is also registered as a Clinical Dietician in DHA (Dubai Health Authority). She offers individualized nutrition evaluations, assessments and clinical consultations at her clinic Dr. Dana Diet Center, which ensures that a person on track to prevent nutrition-related diseases and improving
Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) is a common functional gastrointestinal disorder in which recurrent abdominal pain is associated with changes in bowel habits. IBS affects 9-23% of the population across the world and about 20% of the UAE population and its prevalence rates are higher for women than for men. IBS does not cause any changes in bowel tissue and won’t lead to colorectal cancer. On the other hand, it is considered as a chronic condition that needs to be managed for long time. Signs and symptoms include cramping, abdominal pain, bloating, gas and diarrhea or constipation. Only a small number of people with IBS have severe symptoms, while some people can control their symptoms by managing diet, lifestyle and stress, others with more severe symptoms can be treated with medication. Young female individuals and a family history of IBS or mental health problem have higher risk in developing IBS. IBS symptoms can be triggered by food, stress and hormonal change. But finding ways to deal with stress may help in the relief of the symptoms. In addition, the importance of modifying the diet and the lifestyle into healthy ones, especially that contain all the essential nutrients for relieving IBS symptoms as well stress management, yoga and healthy sleeping patterns are very useful.
Kiev Polytechnical Institute, Ukraine
Time : 10:30-11:30
A R Pavlenko has completed his PhD from Sevastopol State University. He is the Director of Spinor International, Head of the Laboratory of the Electron Devices Chair at Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute. He has published more than 50 papers in reputed journals and has been serving as Member of the Editorial Boards of a scientific periodical: Ukrainian Journal Physical Vacuum and Nature.
Techno pathogenic effect; a set of factors and processes that have any kind of negative eff ect or impact on living organisms resulting from scientifi c and technological progress of mankind. Th is is a summary of ideas and methods for protecting the public from the negative impact of electronic technology. While conducting research, the author tried to clearly define the prevailing negative impact on living of Torsion Fields (TF) in comparison with electromagnetic radiation. Electromagnetic fields warm the tissues of a person using all sorts of gadgets, while torsion fields aff ect the gene level. Much attention is paid to the technology of protection from torsion fields. American biologists drew attention to this phenomenon, calling such radiation “non-classical electromagnetic radiation”. The Specifi c Absorption Rate (SAR) is considered as an official standard for measuring the effects of Electromagnetic Radiation (EMR) from mobile phones on human brains. However, the biologists do not consider SAR measurements as an accurate representation of mobile phone EMR effects on the human brain in real life. As an alternative of SAR the increasing number of scientists uses the biological systems for evaluation of harmful effects of mobile phone EMR. In the above-mentioned works the positive moment is a reference to “non-classical” electromagnetic fields though their physical nature has not been disclosed. In our opinion the “non-classical” electromagnetic fields are TF. We need to convey to people the truth about the impact of electronic technology on the living.