Bioelectric Potential Plant
In Japan, the aging society is the very big problem. In 2014, a publication of the aging society published by the Japanese cabinet office, announced in October 2010 and October 2013 which there are 23% and 25.1% of the elderly population respectively . Their average age is more than 65 years. This condition is the highest proportion in the world [1, 2].
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