Dengue hemorrhagic fever (DHF) is an infectious disease caused by the dengue virus which is transmitted through the bite of the Aedes aegypti mosquito. This mosquito usually attacks in the morning and evening. In appearance, this mosquito is quite easy to recognize by its black and white striped color and its small physical characteristics. They don't like to inhabit dirty places, but instead target clean places with stagnant water, such as the bathtub, animal drink container.
For males, erectile dysfunction is a source of anxiety. Unfortunately, many men are still reluctant to check themselves, find out the cause, and quickly address this health issue. The inability of a man to obtain or sustain an erection during sexual activity is known as erectile dysfunction, or impotence.1
Malnutrition is a condition when there is an imbalance between nutrients that the body needs and what it gets. Malnutrition affects billions of people worldwide, regardless of age, and can lead to serious health problems, including stunted growth, eye problems, diabetes, heart disease and even death.1,2,3,4,5
Mobile phone radiation is indeed a concern for some people due to its potential impact on health. However, it is important to remember that the health effects of mobile phone radiation are still being debated in scientific circles, and the research that is currently available is not fully conclusive.
The strawberry generation is a term given to a generation that has high ideas and creativity but easily gives up when under pressures of life, such as a strawberry that look nice and refreshing from the outside but actually have soft flesh and breaks easily.
Overthinking is a term used to describe excessive thinking behavior that is triggered by worrying about something, ranging from small problems in everyday life, big problems to traumatic past experiences, which make it difficult for individuals to stop thinking about it.
Sometimes, we put labels on foods and classify them into foods that are good and bad for health. Foods that appear clean, perfect, and highly nutritious and provide good health outcomes, are often labeled as “good” foods, while “bad” foods are sometimes labeled as foods that are lacking in nutrition, and have a negative impact on health.1