In normal people, about 9L of liquid enters the gastrointestinal tract every day and absorbs water through the intestinal tract. The final water content in the stool is only about 100-200mL. If the amount of fluid entering the colon exceeds the absorptive capacity of the colon or (and) the absorptive capacity of the colon decreases, it will lead to an increase in the amount of water excreted in the feces, and diarrhea will occur.
Alzheimer's Disease (AD) is a kind of "Alzheimer's disease", commonly known as Alzheimer's disease, Alzheimer's disease, and dementia. In Europe and the United States, the incidence of AD among the elderly over 65 years old is 5%, and the incidence over 85 years old is above 30%. Currently, there are an estimated 50 million patients worldwide, and it is estimated that there will be approximately 130 million patients worldwide in 2050.
Cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases, malignant tumors, chronic respiratory diseases and diabetes are collectively called the "Four Major Chronic Diseases" by the World Health Organization. According to data from the World Health Organization: as the world’s third leading cause of death, 600 million people worldwide currently suffer from COPD; the global prevalence of COPD with grade II or above is 10.1%±4.8% or higher. Male 11.8%±7.9%, female 8.5%±5.8%.
Every November 14th is United Nations Diabetes Day, commonly known as World Diabetes Day. It is a memorial day set by the World Health Organization and the International Diabetes Federation since 1991 to arouse the world's attention to the dangers of diabetes. November 14 is the birthday of Canadian scientist Banting. He discovered important insulin in 1921 and won the Nobel Prize in Medicine in 1923 for this reason.