Fourth Industrial Revolution

MENA has a heart disease problem. The solution is both basic and high-tech

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How can the Fourth Industrial Revolution help reduce heart disease in the Middle East? Image: Tim Marshall

Arjen Radder
President, Middle East & Turkey, Philips
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Changing from a diet of traditional foods to more fruit and vegetables can reduce the risk of cardiac problems Image: REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany
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