The Joe and Emmy Liu Family Foundation was founded by Silicon Valley semiconductor veteran Joe and his wife Emmy in 2019, as a 501(c)3 private operating foundation using technology to save lives.
The Foundation recognizes that 60% of Americans have one or more kinds of chronic diseases. The nation spent $4 trillion annually on health care, of which 90% or $3.6 trillion is for chronic disease care. The chronic disease mortality caused our nation’s average lifespan to be below 80, six years behind Japan, Singapore, and Hong Kong.
These challenges can be overcome based on a recent Harvard School of Public Health’s behavior study by tracking 100,000+ candidates for a period of 34 years, started at age of 50, that practice five behavioral habits consisting of no smoking and excess of drinking, regular exercise, diet and weight control over time resulted to a chronic disease-free life with 10+ extra years.
The Foundation thus initiated a broader-based chronic disease prevention App called LiuLife SmartLife covering not only Harvard’s physical health aspects, but also mental, psychological and medical aspects.
It is a leading smart life App to condition holistic behavior habits for disease-free health and extended lifespan.
The LiuLife Healthy Habits App will be available in multiple languages, and we welcome global governmental and nonprofit organizations’ partnerships
The LiuLife Healthy Habits App will be available in multiple languages, and we welcome global governmental and nonprofit organizations’ partnerships.