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Predictors of knowledge about pregnancy danger in rural areas

Various efforts to reduce maternal mortality have been carried out in various countries. However, the maternal mortality rate still one of the global issues. Even though the number of deaths has begun to decrease, progress is too slow to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG’s) target in 2030. Indonesia, as one of the countries in…

The effectiveness of hydroxyapatite from crab shells in increasing the area of bone trabeculae

Tooth extraction can cause alveolar bone resorption of 1.5 – 2 mm in the vertical direction and 40% -50% in the horizontal direction for six months if left unchecked. Most of this process takes place in the first three months. Bone resorption will complicate prosthodontic treatment. Preservation of the socket in the tooth socket after…

Determinants of hospital utilization among Indonesian urban poor communities

Urban poor is a group that must receive serious attention from the government. This group of people tends to be less educated because they are more concerned with work than school. Urban poor groups also tend to form their colonies in urban slums, due to high housing and land prices in urban areas. Slum environment…

Determinants of knowledge about pregnancy danger signs in Indonesia

Maternal mortality in Indonesia is still quite high. The latest data released by the Ministry of Health Data and Information Center reports that the Maternal Mortality Rate (MMR) has decreased. Based on the 2010 population census, AKI recorded 346 deaths per 100,000 live births, then dropped to 305 maternal deaths per 100,000 live births based…

The effectiveness of diabetes self-management education in developing countries

Diabetes mellitus has become one of the six most widespread deaths due to non-communicable diseases, reaching 1.59 million in 2015. This is caused by an increase in the number of diabetes mellitus patients each year. There are two types of diabetes, diabetes mellitus type 1 and type 2. As lifestyle changes, including health behavior, type…

Mirror therapy with cylindrical grip for muscle strength therapy for stroke patients

Stroke is the third leading cause of death in the world after heart disease and cancer. A stroke causes the leading cause of disability in the productive age. Upper limb hemiparesis is the most common example of post-ischemic disability post-stroke with a percentage of 73%, compared with hemorrhagic, which is only 13%. Hemiparesis after an…

How to improve the quality of life of the elderly at nursing home and its benefits

The success of health development is marked by the improvement of several aspects, such as the quality of human resources, quality of life, family welfare, and life expectancy. One of the concerns is the increasing life expectancy of the community, which will have an impact on increasing the number of older people. The Elderly is…

Factors Associated with Headaches in Smartphone Users

Smartphones become essential in the lives of modern society. Smartphones indeed become a necessity in a person’s life, but with all its advantages, smartphones also make an impact that is not always good. The use of smartphones can interfere with a person’s health status, one of which can trigger a headache (headaches), including students. Head…

Anticipated regret in the purchase of secondhand and counterfeit product

Secondhand products once have a bad reputation. People who purchase secondhand fashion products are considered not classy, and the buyers are mostly from the middle to lower classes who want to look for trendy products at a low price. The trading of secondhand products has grown and penetrated into the world of fashion with buyers…

Influence of price and non-price strategy in healthy food selection by consumers

In this modern life, people tend to consume ready-to-eat food or commonly known as fast food. The demands of work make them consume fast food even though these foods generally contain high calories, fats, sugars, and sodium (Na), but are low in fiber. Indonesia, with a population of approximately 260 million in 2016, data from…

The benefits of hyperbaric oxygen therapy in PCOS model mice with insulin resistance

Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS), also known as Stein-Leventhal syndrome is a women’s health problem that often occurs at a young age even when still a teenager. This syndrome is characterized by the presence of oligomenorrhea or amenorrhoea, obesity, and various symptoms of hyperandrogenism. The hormonal condition of women with PCOS shows a chronic anovulatory condition…

Challenges for ASEAN e-Commerce

ASEAN countries show tremendous potential for e-commerce growth. With its 650 million population, its cumulated GDP is around USD 2.5 trillion and massive internet users, ASEAN proves to be a significant market for e-commerce and digital economy in general. However, there are still some significant barriers in e-commerce trade, such as customs regulation and cyber…

The effectiveness of chewing gum versus cryotherapy on salivary volume among patient with head and neck cancer undergoing radiotherapy

Patients with head and neck cancer undergoing radiotherapy experience several problems of saliva production. Head and neck cancer is a malignant tumor that grows in the nostrils, mouth, throat, esophagus, and sinuses. Radiotherapy is a therapy to treat head and neck cancer, in addition to chemotherapy and surgery. Besides, a lack of saliva production can…

Addiction to online games lowers sleep quality

An online game is a game application that is connected to an internet connection. Playing online games for a long time can cause a mild feeling of euphoria; this is what makes gamers feel comfortable. Ignorance of self-control in playing games makes these gamers addicted to that. Addiction to online games can cause several problems…
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