The Role of Midwives in Helping Prevent Stress in Mothers

The role of midwives in the medical world is as important as other health workers, because maternal health during pregnancy, childbirth and breastfeeding must be carefully monitored and managed. Not only support for physical health, but it is also a need to pay attention to mental support so that mothers remain calm and happy during pregnancy and exclusive breastfeeding. So what is the role of the midwife? Check out the full review.

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The Effect of Drugs on Human Brain and Nervous System

According to the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) 2021 World Drugs Report, about 275 million people worldwide have used drugs, with over 36 million suffering from substance abuse disorders.1 In Indonesia, the increase experienced by 0.15 percent, or 3.66 million people based on a survey from the National Narcotics Agency (BNN).2

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Vaginal Discharge During Pregnancy Is It Normal?

Vaginal discharge alters during pregnancy, changing in color, texture, and volume. One of the first indicators of pregnancy is an increase in vaginal discharge. Some color changes are normal, while others could suggest an infection or another issue.2

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High Blood Pressure During Pregnancy

As your heart pumps blood, the force of your blood pressing against the walls of your arteries is called blood pressure. When the force against your artery walls is too great, it is known as hypertension.1

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Healthy Eid Tips for Pregnant Women

After the Eid al-Fitr gathering, the most awaited ritual is Eid al-Fitr eating. Unfortunately, not all Eid meals are safe for pregnant women to consume. During Eid, your table will undoubtedly be laden with various of delectable dishes. Sweet drink and pastries are on the table, ready to be devoured. Is Eid food, on the other hand, safe for pregnant women?

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The Role of Posyandu for Pregnant Women

The 29th of April is celebrated as National Posyandu Day. Posyandu is a form of Community Based Health Effort carried out by, from, and with the community to provides convenience for mothers, infants, and toddlers to obtain health services. 1

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Identify The Types of Diabetes Attacking Pregnant Women

Diabetes Mellitus is characterized by elevated blood sugar levels in the body. This condition can happen to anyone, including pregnant women, that is called Gestational Diabetes.3 This type of diabetes is first noticed in pregnant women who did not have diabetes previously.1

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Baby Blues Dan Postpartum Syndrome

World Health Day is commemorated every year on April 7th. It is now more important than ever to improve public health awareness, particularly among moms. The following article will disucss the worries that new mothers have after their babies are born. What's the difference between Baby Blues and PPD (Postpartum Depression)? Let's see the discussion below.

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Dengue Fever

Dengue fever is a viral ailment spread to people by infected mosquito bites. Aedes aegypti mosquitos are the main carriers of the disease.1

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Paget Disease

Paget disease is a localized disorder of bone remodelling that causes bones become brittle and crooked. This disorder typically begins with excessive bone resorption by osteoclast followed by an increase in bone formation by osteoblast.

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Vasovagal Syncope

Syncope is the medical term for fainting or fainting. It is caused due to a temporary decrease in the amount of blood flowing to the brain. Vasovagal syncope occurs when you faint because your body overreacts to certain triggers, such as the sight of blood or extreme emotional stress.

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Great Women for Healthy Families in the Era of the Covid-19 Pandemic

Until now, Covid-19 is still endemic throughout the world, especially in Indonesia, there is an increase in Omicron cases. It is a big challenge for women to be strong since physical distancing is enforced, women are required to provide strong family resilience. For example, R.A. Kartini, who has a courageous, optimistic, independent, and determined attitude is expected to be applied by Indonesian women in dealing with the Covid-19 pandemic.

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