Chopsticks for those with motor skills issues
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In Asian countries like Japan and China, chopsticks are an everyday utensil, and using them is second nature. However, manipulating the sticks can be difficult for older users or for anyone who suffers from arthritis, in addition to those with other conditions that make fine motor coordination difficult or painful. In Japan, there are currently more than 2 million people over the age of 90, meaning there is a growing need to make chopsticks easier to use. Japanese company Yori-So has come up with what they hope is a solution that will allow those with motor skills difficulties to continue using…
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