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Copy of Copy of Copy of HEALTH

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HEALTH
Diarrhea
And Prevention
PREVENTION
& TREATMENT
Bacterial Infection
Nervous System
SYMPTOMS
TETANUS
Heart Attack
And Prevention
Cancer
And Prevention
OBESITY
BMI test
Divide
Weight
by
Height kuadran
For example:
Weight
90 kilograms
Height
1,9meters
1.9 kuadran = 3.61
90 divided by 3.61 = BMI is 24.93




Underweight = <18.5
Normal weight = 18.5–24.9
Overweight = 25–29.9
Obesity = BMI of 30 or greater
Treatment!
HEALTHY FOOD
PHYSICAL ACTIVITIES
MEDICATION,

SURGERY
AND
MENTAL SUPPORT
BACTERIAL INFETION
-
BLOODSTREAM
-
ORGAN
Mostly found in Lung

TUBERCULOSIS
the bacteria can live in an inactive form in the body!!

HIV
THE BACTERIA LIVES!

INFECTED BY TB
VS
HAVING TB DISEASE
How TB Spreads???
Cough
Laugh
Sneeze
Sing
Talk
SYMPTOMS OF TB
PREVENTION
Vaccination is the most effective way :D
HEPATITIS
B

So... What is Hepatitis B??
HOW IT SPREAD
body fluid
CONTAMINATION
SEX
NEWBORN BABY
BODY FLUID
STAY IN HBV AREA
SHARING NEEDLE
PREVENTION
What Is Cancer?
Cancer is the uncontrolled

growth of abnormal cells in

the body.
So how does cancer happen?
When the body’s normal control mechanism stops working.
Old cells do not die and cells grow out of control, forming new, abnormal cells.
These extra cells may form a mass of tissue, called a tumor.
Cancer is divided into a few main categories:

Carcinomas

Sarcomas
Leukemia
Central Nervous System
Lymphomas
How to protect self from Cancer?
MAIN FACTORS OF CANCER
A "MUST" practice in our daily diet
Berries
Broccoli
Vitamin D
Tea
Cumin & Tumeric
So..... What Now?
It's time to
. . . .
SPREAD THE AWARENESS!
But how?
There are many ways to do so. . .
AND MANY MORE!!

What is "Heart Attack"?
A heart attack is the damage and death of heart muscle from the sudden blockage of a coronary artery by a blood clot.
How does Heart Attack happen?
When there is a blockage of a coronary artery.
The blockage deprives blood and oxygen in the heart muscle.
Thus, causing injury to the heart muscle.
Symptoms
Chest Pain or Discomfort
Shortness of Breath
Pain or Discomfort in Other Areas
Cold sweat
Nausea
Lightheadedness
Vomiting
What do you do if you see someone with a Heart Attack?
Causes Of Heart Attack
• Smoking
• High Blood Pressure
• Diabetes
• High Cholesterol
• Heavy Drinking
• Obesity

Ways of protecting self from Heart Attack.
AIDS
HIV vs. AIDS: What’s the Difference?
HIV is a virus
and
AIDS is the condition
AIDS develops when HIV has caused damage to the immune system.


TRANSMISSION
body fluid
TREATMENT
IF YOU HAVE AIDS
Tighten Muscle

* fast heart rate

* fever

* sweating

* high blood pressure

What is Diarrhea?
• a condition that is classified as the appearance of loose, watery stools and/or a frequent need to go to the bathroom.
• related to a viral or bacterial infection
• sometimes the result of food poisoning.

What Causes Diarrhea?
•food intolerance
•food allergies
•adverse reaction to medication
•viral infections
•bacterial infections
•intestinal diseases
•functional bowel disorders
•gallbladder or stomach surgery
•parasites

What are the Symptoms of Diarrhea?
•nausea
•abdominal pain
•cramping
•bloating
•dehydration
•fever
•bloody stools
•frequent urge of bowels
•incontinence

Preventing Diarrhea
•washing the cooking and food preparation areas more frequently
•serving food immediately
•refrigerating leftovers promptly
•thawing food in the refrigerator
•Wash your hands using soap
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