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Transcript: 5.How much time do you take on using your smart phone? A. Less than 15 minutes (1) B. 15~30 minutes (2) C. 30 minutes~1 hour (3) D. 1~2 hours (4) E. more than 2 hours (5) 6.Do you think it's necessary to buy the smart phone? Yes or No 7.Do you think the smart phones can replace the traditional cell phones? Yes or No 8.Do you think there will be some kind cell phone that is more useful than smart phone in the future? Yes or No 9.Do you think that what the shortage of using the smart phone is? a new Iphone 2.What do you always do when you use the smart phone? (not more than 3) A. talking on the phone B. surfing the internet C. playing games D .taking picture E. listening to the music F. chatting with friends G. others Conclusion Thank you for listening be stolen at Shou-Fu essence- a kind of mobile phone features- can be used as a computer function- making a phone call surfing on the internet taking pictures others Questionnaire a.1~3 Congratulations! You are not addicted in smartphone at all and still live in the old era. b.4~8 Be careful to be addicted in smartphone. You have been addicted in smartphone lightly. c.9~10 You use your smart phone too often. This is not a good phenomenon to be a smartphone addict. 1.Which brand of smart phone do you use? A. Apple B. HTC C. Samsung D. Sony Erricson E. Others 7.Do you think the smart phones can replace the traditional cell phones? Yes or No JANETTE CUSTODIO YUVIENCO Motivation 4.Do you use the smart phone in the trivial time? For example, in waiting the traffic lights or waiting for some person and so on. A. never (1) B. seldom (2) C. sometimes (3) D. often (4) E. always (5) Definition 8.Do you think there will be some kind cell phone that is more useful than smart phone in the future? Yes or No Smart phone The majority of the people buy smart phones because of convenience. essence- power features- apparent or indistinct long-term or short-term function- have an effect on people or things traditional mobile phone influence 3.Why do you buy the smart phones? A. convenience B. beautiful shape C. to show off D. the others smart phone essence- a type of product made by a particular company features- mark quality popular function- attracting people to purchase a declaration of quality guarantee -the reason why we conduct this survey 5.How much time do you take on using your smart phone? A. Less than 15 minutes (1) B. 15~30 minutes (2) C. 30 minutes~1 hour (3) D. 1~2 hours (4) E. more than 2 hours (5) brand Score analysis type the wrong words easily it is a trouble if there is no WiFi rely on smartphone excessively using too much electricity too expensive reducing interpersonal relationships and communication the smartphone advance too fast to phase out the older smartphone the touch screen break easily 6.Do you think it's necessary to buy the smart phone? Yes or No 9.Do you think that what the shortage of using the smart phone is? Questionnaire 1.Which brand of smart phone do you use? A. Apple B. HTC C. Samsung D. Sony Erricson E. Others 2.What do you always do when you use the smart phone? (not more than 3) A. talking on the phone B. surfing the internet C. playing games D .taking picture E. listening to the music F. chatting with friends G. others 3.Why do you buy the smart phones? A. convenience B. beautiful shape C. to show off D. the others 4.Do you use the smart phone in the trivial time? For example, in waiting the traffic lights or waiting for some person and so on. A. never (1) B. seldom (2) C. sometimes (3) D. often (4) E. always (5) Indispensable Innovative Dependent Combination Although smart phones are more popular, most importantly, we should not be the slaves of smart phones. Special Thanks 動科一B01606010 Jerry 動科一B01606018 Arthur 動科一B01606020 Joseph 動科一B01606006 Joyce

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Transcript: Prolonged use 3-6 hours Wrist and thumb feel uncomfortable Addiction to smartphone is harmful to users’ social health Question yourself. Typing a little harder because thumb is not nimble as finger Be more hyperactive Close distance ( "Close distance," 2011) Use mobile phones inside of buildings Allow children to sleep with a cellphone Hold the phone to your ear when making a call Having compulsions Lacking in self-control Feeling anxious Feeling depressed Suffer Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) Problems in eyes Use a smartphone for no more than 40 minutes at a time communication skills aspect Don'ts Symptoms of eye strain (Chris Adams, n.d.) Conclusion radiation emitted from a cell phone Will you check your smartphone compulsively? e.g. check it within an hour even in a lesson / login social networking applications (e.g. facebook/Twitter) with an hour after you woke up Will you tap the screen without purpose? Will you feel uneasy when you go out but forget to bring your smartphone? Repetitive stress injury Typing on a little keyboard and holding the phone with a wrong position Thumb is not nimble as finger Customize the environment mobile phone use can be as harmful as lead, chloroform Adjust the screen to slightly downward Set the center to 4 to 6 inches below eyes Finger (symptoms) Prolonged use of smartphones gives negative impacts on our health Suffer neck pain after hunching for hours Glial brain cells far from kind to the eyes Small font size in the screen ("Small font size," 2011) Blink and Take Frequent Breaks Lower self-insight In a study of 1,600 managers and professionals, Leslie Perlow, PhD, the Konosuke Matsushita professor of leadership at the Harvard Business School, found that Optical defects muscular skeletal system’s strain brain cancer social and mental health Use smartphones smartly Fingers Symptoms of Pains in Skeletal and Muscular System research held by Pew Research Center in 2010: 72% of all teens in Canada use text messaging. Chatting by messages Lack of direct communication weaken users’ communication skills Phenomenon : more and more teenagers cannot express their feeling precisely. Use both of your hands Neck feels pain Neck Computer Vision Syndrome (Ryan Jaslow, 2012) Suffer "smartphone thumb" Pain will spreads to waist and hips Smartphone Thumb rise in behavioral disorders in human children Neck Thesis Look at the screen with a close distance Be aware their have long plagued smartphone to avoid long-term health risks Smartphone Thumb Stop and rest when fingers feel sick interpersonal relationship aspect Star at a screen for long periods of time without taking a break smartphone is similar to a low-power microwave oven type harder A survey held by the School of Social Work at the University of Southern California Teens with smartphones are more likely to have sex and meet others online for sex than teens without Internet access on their phones. Inflammation on the back Increase pressure of the joint Increasing strain across the whole body Psychological and behavioral tests on mice (the Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology & Reproductive Sciences, 2012): The ciliary muscles of the eyes work the most when a digital device is in use Nerve brain cells Smartphone Prolonged Use Back Pain interpersonal relationship aspect Smartphone radiation safety tips Addiction to smartphone is harmful to users’ social and mental health 50 minutes of continuous use ( Journal of the American Medical Association, 2011) After 10 - 15 years carcinogenic hazard (WHO, 2011) cell death / malfunction neurodegenerative deceases e.g. Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s (Barnes, M. C., Meyers, N.P., 2011) DNA damage wrist and thumb feel uncomfortable Adjust reading angle The pain site become swell 30%-80% of the size of newspaper print Position the screen to reduce reflections from windows or overhead lights Keep window light off to the side Give bright lightening in both room and screen 16 to 20 times/min 6 to 8 times/min “Those who texted more than 100 a day were 30% less likely to feel strongly that leading an ethical, principled life was important to them” said by Trapnell, PhD, associate professor of psychology at the University of Winnipeg in Canada. Cause of eye strain Cancer-inducing 3 B’s Blink, Breathe, and Break The 20/20/20 Rule every 20 minutes look 20 feet away for 20 seconds allow eyes to refocus Tsang Wing Ki, Vicky 12659505A Yau Ka Mam, Addie 12659289A Tong Pui Hang, Rosanne 12661494A Lam Wing Tung, Jasmine 12659966A Chow Mei Hung, May 12659646A Magnify Text on Screen Myopia (Andrew Patel, 2011) (The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy in the U.K.) Use smartphone in the correct position show the harmful consequences caused by prolonged use of smartphone Neck soreness Wrists It affects cognitive memory function, since the memory temporal lobes are where we hold our cell phones (Melissa Breyer, 2011). Impact on different aspects of Skeletal and Muscular System Teenagers: Having a

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