Chocolate: A Food That Is Delicious But Can Also Be Painful

Various foods can make feelings calmer and more enjoyable, one of which is chocolate. Chocolate comes from dried and fermented cocoa beans which are then made into powder and mixed with sugar. Semi-sweet chocolate tastes half sweet and half bitter. Meanwhile, chocolate that has a completely bitter taste is often called dark chocolate.

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Understanding Dyslexia

Does your child have trouble spelling words? If so, don't rush to conclude that they are lazy. There is a possibility that your child may be experiencing a learning disorder or dyslexia. Dyslexia is a learning difficulty that affects the ability to read, write, and spell. 

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Fighting Addiction, Saving Generations: United Towards a Drug-Free Indonesia

Anti-Drug (Narcotics and Drugs) Day is celebrated every year on June 26. On this day, we are reminded of the importance of awareness and efforts to prevent and overcome addiction.

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Stay Safe and Healthy During Eid al-Adha Celebration!

Eid al-Adha is synonymous with meat consumption. On this day, each family head typically has a large stock of sacrificial meat. It's common for families to hold meat feasts during the celebration. However, if not balanced with healthy foods, excessive meat consumption can lead to various serious health problems.

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Too Young for Cataracts. Is it you?

Cataract is a clouding condition of the eye’s lens caused by a buildup of protein that blocks the lens and causes impaired vision. Generally, cataract symptoms will begin to appear after reaching the age of 40 as an early process of aging, and, are the main cause of blindness in developing countries.

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Celebrate Healthy Earth Day: Reduce Waste, Stay Healthy!

Earth Day (April 22, 2024) is an opportune time to reflect on humanity's role in sustaining our earth. One of the main issues facing the earth today is the problem of garbage that is accumulating. The act of littering carelessly results in a negative impact not only on the beauty of the environment, but also the health and preservation of nature.

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Protect Your Children from Infectious Disease: Participate in Immunization Week!

Immunization is an important part of health programs in Indonesia. The Ministry of Health has implemented an immunization program for children 0-18 years. Immunization protects the body from certain diseases by administering vaccines made from weakened or killed disease-causing germs.

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Consuming Eggs Every Day, Is It Safe for Hypertension

Eggs are a cheap and easily available food that has high nutritional value, one of which is cholesterol. In one large egg (± 50 grams) contain nutrients, such as protein (6 g), fat (5 g), calcium (28 mg), potassium (63 mg), vitamin A (270 IU), choline (147 mg), and cholesterol (186 mg).

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World No Tobacco Day 2024 (Protect children from tobacco industry interference)

World No Tobacco Day is commemorated every year on May 31st. Despite ongoing anti-tobacco campaigns, awareness among Indonesians to quit smoking remains low. The dangers of smoking are immense, as evidenced by the numerous toxic compounds found in cigarette smoke. 

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Together Raising Awareness and Support for Thalassemia

World Thalassemia Day which is commemorated every May 8 is an important moment to increase awareness and support for thalassemia sufferers. This year, the theme is "Empowering Lives, Embracing Progress: Equitable and Accessible Thalassemia Treatment for All".

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Enjoy Eid Healthy & Happy

After a month of Muslim fasting during Ramadan, it is time to celebrate Eid al-Fitr with joy. Eid celebrations are synonymous with various mouth-watering dishes. However, some of these dishes may not be healthy for the body and cause disease.

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Know How to Prevent Smelly Breath During Fasting

Fasting in Ramadan is a spiritual moment that Muslims look forward. However, smelly breath or halitosis is often a concern during fasting. This is natural because saliva production is reduced, so that food waste and bacteria more easily accumulate in the mouth and cause unpleasant odors.

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