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Kareema Gravioloa Increase Immunity to Virus Infection and Prevent Uric Acid

Karema Graviola herbal concoction is made from the leaves of tailings (Annona muricata), and gotu kola (centella asiatica) are dried carefully and with proper size of the dose of herbal ingredients making it a nutritious beverage. The chemical content of plants (phytochemicals) in soursop leaf is the main alkaloids known as acetogenin, in which there … Continue reading

New Virus Appears Due to Lack of Sport

The emergence of a new virus that evolved in Indonesia, according to health expert Dr. Subagyo Partodiharjo due to lack of communityin the exercise. “Sports in Indonesia are still very low, so many illnesses that should not have even come up because of weak immune system the people of Indonesia,” said Subagyo to when contacted by phone in Jakarta, Friday (23/3). He explained that when a person’s condition declines, the virus orbacteria that usually are harmless can turn into a problem. So the key is in the immune system itself. “Therefore I encourage all to exercise. In bad weather once did, the condition remains in good health,” said a member of the House of Representatives Commission IX in charge of health issues. Source : Liputan6

Beware of Hendra virus from Australia !

From the observation in mind that the cases that occur in humans is very rare, but from who ever found the same symptoms as symptoms of severe respiratory illness. One early case was a veterinarian and staff who handle a horse farm (in Australia) which was then the horse sick and infect humans. Hendra virus … Continue reading

New Combo Therapy May Prevent TB, Save Lives in People With HIV

Simpler, shorter drug regimen has potential to transform treatment of tuberculosis worldwide, researchers say Simpler and shorter treatment with antibiotic drugs could help prevent full-blown tuberculosis in millions of people worldwide infected with the bacterium that causes TB, especially those also infected with HIV, researchers report. TB, or tuberculosis, is the leading cause of death … Continue reading

ECHO virus infection

Definition Enteric cytopathic human orphan (ECHO) viruses are a group of viruses that usually take the form of gastrointestinal infection and skin rashes. Alternative Names Nonpolio enterovirus infection Causes, incidence, and risk factors ECHO virus infections are common. Serious infections with ECHO viruses are less common, but can be significant. As many as one out … Continue reading

West Nile virus

Definition West Nile virus is a disease spread by mosquitos. The condition ranges from mild to severe. Causes, incidence, and risk factors West Nile virus was first identified in 1937 in Uganda in eastern Africa. It was first discovered in the United States in the summer of 1999 in New York. Since then, the virus … Continue reading

This is the 8 Types of Cervical Cancer Virus Triggers

The scientists managed to identify eight types of HPV (human papilloma virus) which is responsible for more than 90 percent of cervical cancer (cervical) all over the world. Identification of eight virus will pave the way for the development of vaccine or one type of cancer the most common cancer of women in the world … Continue reading