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RETRACTED ARTICLE: Warning of regional landslide disaster based on sensors and the effect of aerobic exercise of obese students

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Abstract

China is a country with many mountains. Mountains, plateaus, and hills account for 69% of the total area. With the increase of rainfall in July and August every year, geological disasters such as landslides and debris flows occur, and road burials and house collapses occur, resulting in economic losses. Especially in the Midwest, landslides and other geological disasters seriously threaten the lives and property of people living near the mountains. According to statistics, landslide is a serious threat to people’s lives and property safety. Therefore, the effective early warning of geological disasters such as ground slide and debris flow is the top priority. Economic development has improved people’s living standards, but the number of obese people, especially the increase in the proportion of obese teenagers, has also brought some problems. According to relevant media reports, the incidence of obesity in youth in Beijing, Shanghai, and other first tier cities has reached 21%, and the average incidence in China is close to 10%. Thirty obese college students were given moderate aerobic exercise for two semesters. The changes of body shape index, physiological index, and blood biochemical index before and after exercise were compared. The results showed that after the second semester of weight loss exercise, body mass index, body fat rate, abdominal subcutaneous fat, upper arm subcutaneous fat, scapular subcutaneous fat, fasting blood glucose, blood lipid, vital capacity, and other obese students; body mass index were improved. Aerobic exercise can effectively reduce the degree of obesity of obese students and improve body shape, physiological indexes, and blood biochemical indexes.

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Zhang, C. RETRACTED ARTICLE: Warning of regional landslide disaster based on sensors and the effect of aerobic exercise of obese students. Arab J Geosci 14, 1633 (2021). https://doi.org/10.1007/s12517-021-08034-x

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Keywords

  • Landslide disaster
  • Sensors
  • Obese students
  • Aerobic exercise