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    Sep

    Affection for Schizophrenia Patient

    After 10 years, Bagus Utomo (37) recently realized that her brother, Bayu, suffering from schizophrenia or severe mental disorder. Why so long? Year 1995, Bayu started showing strange behavior. Bayu who was then aged 30 years is often a great rage. “We take her medication and doctors (people) only give medicine without ever explaining my brother’s illness,” said Good. After taking medicine, Bayu situation improves. However, whenever, oddly behavior could recur. He’s no longer just a tantrum, but also cursed his father, hostile to all men, and shouted hysterically all night. Behavior is repeated over 10 years. “During that time we also can not sleep and always tense. Our family like in hell, “Good story, Thursday (08/26/2010). When the family began to
  • 6

    Sep

    5 Most Contagious Diseases

    Infectious disease is a disease that was partly responsible for high mortality in the world. Communicable diseases are diseases caused by microorganisms, both bacteria, viruses, or fungi, which can be transmitted from one patient to healthy people, causing pain as a source of transmission. The best way to combat infectious diseases is to avoid it, ie, through immunization or maintain fitness in order to increase body resistance. In general, there are several types of the most contagious diseases. Tuberculosis Like the flu, germs of tuberculosis (TB) spreads through the air during coughing, sneezing, or spitting. Socially, people with TB connotations as “dangerous” because of contagious disease to others that are excommunicated from their environment. TB patients in Indonesia
  • 6

    Sep

    Can Man Live Without Bacteria?

    The fact that there are trillions of bacteria that live in the skin and in our bodies naturally make us shudder. However, as far as humans could not possibly live without food and nutrition, we can not live without bacteria. In the digestive tract, the bacteria help digest food, such as fibers derived from vegetables, which we can not digest itself. “We get nutrients from food bacteria diasup blessing services,” said Anne Maczulak, a microbiologist and author of Allies and Enemies: How the World Depends on Bacteria. Step that the bacteria that supply the needs of our vitamins, such as biotin and vitamin K. Research carried out on guinea pigs that were bred in a sterile environment without bacteria showed that poor animals are malnourished and dying faster than animals that hav

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