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09 October 2018
Sunny day in the afternoon and heavy rain at night, it is an example of weather changing. Changing weather changes air pressure, temperature, and air composition. This will create conditions…
11 September 2018
Rubella is a mild viral infection that is contagious and acute, which occured often in children and young adults. From 2013 until 2017, based on data from The Ministry of…
01 August 2018
09 July 2018
Feces is something that must be released by the body. But sometimes, there are conditions that do not allow us to remove the feces through defecation. For example when we…
15 June 2018
We often ignore the presence of mosquitoes in our homes. In fact, some types of mosquitoes are very dangerous, because they can transmit deadly diseases such as dengue hemorrhagic fever…
15 April 2018
Ironing clothes is a routine household chores by most people. Not infrequently, in ironing, we make small mistakes that we don'trealized. In fact, these small mistakes can be fatal to…
12 March 2018
Japanese encephalitis (JE) is a disease of inflammation of the brain caused by the Japanese encephalitis virus including family of Flavivirus. This disease, in fact, occurs only between mosquitoes, pigs…
12 February 2018
Influenza or commonly known as flu, is an infectious disease caused by  RNA virus. Symptoms of this disease are usually fever, muscle aches, cough, headache, and discomfort in the body.…
03 January 2018
Mosquitoes are small insects that are very disturbing to humans, even, some of these animals often become vectors of dangerous diseases such as dengue fever, malaria, yellow fever, zika, filariasis,…
18 December 2017
Diphtheria is a disease that caused by Corynebacterium Diphtheriae bacteria that can cause death especially in children. This disease releases the respiratory tract so close the respiratory tract primarily. Not…
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