How to Fasting Hypertension Patients, Will the Covid-19 Vaccine Be Given Every Year?

Suara.com – The way for hypertension sufferers to fast is the most popular health news today, Wednesday (23/3/2022).

There is also talk of a Covid-19 vaccine that will be given every year as well as a psychologist’s message not to blaspheme the mother who killed her child in Brebes.

Check out the summary of other interesting health news from Suara.com, below.

1. For Smooth Fasting, Hypertension Patients Should Avoid This Type Of Food

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Fried food illustration (Freepik/dashu83)
Fried food illustration (Freepik/dashu83)

One of the favorite takjil in the fasting month is fried food. Nothing beats the pleasure of breaking the fast with a variety of fried foods dipped in chili sauce, plus a glass of fruit ice. However, for people with hypertension, this favorite takjil should not be used as a mainstay when breaking the fast.

Nutritionist Fitri Hudayani, SST, SGz, MKM from Cipto Mangunkusumo Hospital (RSCM) appealed to people with high blood pressure or hypertension to limit their intake of foods that contain high sodium and fat in this fasting month.

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2. Second Booster Discourse, Expert Suggests Covid-19 Vaccine Is Given Every Year Like Flu Vaccine

illustration of Covid-19 vaccination. [Envato]
illustration of Covid-19 vaccination. [Envato]

The flu virus mutations that occur every year make the flu vaccine injections carried out annually. In the midst of a pandemic, when the Corona virus that causes Covid-19 continues to mutate, the discourse of the annual Covid-19 vaccine injection has emerged.

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Dr Archana Chatterjee from Rosalind Franklin University, Chicago Medical School, said that the mutation of the Corona virus will continue to occur in various parts of the world. Therefore, he feels the need to make the Covid-19 vaccine a vaccine that is also injected every year.

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3. Many Mothers Kill Their Biological Children in Brebes, Psychologist: Don’t Blaspheme!

Illustration of sexual violence (freepik.com)
Illustration of sexual violence (freepik.com)

The case of a mother killing her biological child in Brebes suspected of being depressed has captured the attention and concern of Child and Family Psychologist, Roslina Verauli.

The woman who is familiarly called Vera wholeheartedly asked the Indonesian people not to easily give judgment or judgment on the mother’s actions.

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4. Inequality in the distribution of health workers, a challenge for disabled groups during a pandemic

A number of people with disabilities take part in a disaster risk reduction simulation in Gatak, Delanggu, Klaten, Central Java, Friday (3/12/2021). [ANTARA FOTO/Aloysius Jarot Nugroho]
A number of people with disabilities take part in a disaster risk reduction simulation in Gatak, Delanggu, Klaten, Central Java, Friday (3/12/2021). [ANTARA FOTO/Aloysius Jarot Nugroho]

The COVID-19 pandemic provides layered vulnerabilities for marginalized groups, including people with disabilities. Article 33 Indonesia researcher, Yusuf Faisal Martak, explained how the pandemic had an impact on mobility and accessibility for health services for persons with disabilities as a referral service.

“The unequal presence of health workers, there is no standard operating procedure (SOP) for disability health services during the pandemic and the unavailability of valid data regarding the number of people with disabilities are problems with access and quality of health services for people with disabilities during this pandemic.” Yusuf said in his statement, Wednesday (23/2/2022).

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5. Often Underestimated, Recognize Endometriosis Causes Severe Pain During Menstruation

Menstrual Pain
Menstrual Pain

Menstruation or menstruation is a common thing experienced by women every month. However, some women often feel severe pain in the abdomen during menstruation.

Unfortunately, the problem of severe menstrual pain is often considered normal and even trivial and is often ignored. Though the pain can be one of the causes of endometriosis.

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