Human and Health
The area has three sub-areas:
The Human Body's Secrets
In a mock circus camp, visitors can learn all about how bodies are put together in all their complexities; inquisitve minds can learn about the skeleton, the muscles and the digestive system.
Technology and Health
The area introduces the application of medical technology in monitoring and treating human's health. Visitors can read DNA data of the human body, explore inside the body by the use of high-tech medical imaging diagnosis equipment, and learn how the world's most common diseases affect different areas.
My Healthy Life
Visitors can attend sports competitions and physique tests. The interactive parts of exhibitions entitled Healthy Risk Puppet, Dining, Sport and Health aid you in learning more scientific ways to look after your health.
The important parts include:
It mainly helps visitors know the structure and working principle of the heart. When we hold the two ends of the handle tightly, the foam particles will beat along with the heart beat, and we can hear the sound of the heart beating at the same time.
Health Risk Puppets
Health Risk Puppets
There are 100 puppets in the display window, each representing one year of human life. Participate in the game and answer the questions with regard to life style, the puppets will stand or fall down accordingly. After answering all the questions, you will discover the health risks you may face by making certain lifestyle choices.
It demonstrates the process of human gestation, and the development conditions and main features of the fetus in human body. It is composed of two parts, one is the model of a pregnant woman and a simulated ultrasonic testing system, and another is an exhibition of a fetus model.
Do you want to know how agile you are? Let's have a test with hopping, avoiding obstacles, walking on the balance beam and running across tyres.
Human Body Assembling
There are 206 bones in the human body, supporting the body, protecting internal organs, and conducting various activities via muscular coordination. Visitors can assemble various parts of human body by hand or via multimedia games, thus learning the structures and functions of various organs.