Suara.com – Fasting is an obligation for Muslim adults who can afford it. However, fasting for young pregnant women can be a challenge. So what is the impact of fasting for young pregnant women?
Meanwhile, during the Covid-19 pandemic, a persistent cough was a symptom of the corona virus. However, persistent cough can also be a sign of this disease. These two news are the most popular news on Suara.com health channel. Here are other top news.
1. Young Pregnant Women, What Are The Impacts If Fasting During Ramadan?
Fasting during the month of Ramadan can indeed be done by pregnant women on the recommendation of the obstetrician who handles it. In addition to the health condition of the mother, the age of the fetus is also a consideration in deciding whether to fast or not during Ramadan. Then, what about young pregnant women?
Also Read: Is it true that fasting in Ramadan can protect yourself from the Corona Covid-19 virus?
Bamed Obstetrician and Gynecologist, dr. Muhammad Fadli, Sp.OG., said that mothers who are young or less than 14 weeks pregnant should not join fasting.
2. In addition to the Corona Virus, a persistent cough can be a symptom of this serious disease!
Persistent cough and persistent fever are common symptoms of the Covid-19 coronavirus. However, a prominent doctor has warned that these symptoms may not always be due to the Covid-19 coronavirus.
Dr Jenny Harries, chief executive of the UK’s Health Safety Agency said coughs and fevers could be signs of other infectious diseases, such as tuberculosis (TB).
Also Read: Can I Inject Covid-19 Vaccine During Ramadan Fasting? These are the words of experts and scholars!
3. Don’t Brush Your Teeth After Breakfast, These Are 4 Potentially Bad Impacts That Can Threaten You!
Brushing your teeth is an important step in maintaining oral hygiene. However, brushing your teeth at the wrong time can be bad.
Some people may choose to brush their teeth after breakfast to freshen their breath, but this is not the best option.
4. Researchers Find No Link Between Covid-19 Vaccine and Bell’s Palsy
A new study published in The BMJscientists continue to find no link between the Covid-19 vaccine and some neurological conditions.
However, they found a stronger association between Covid-19 infection and an increased risk of Bell’s palsy, encephalomyelitis and Guillain-Barré syndrome.
5. Is it true that low consumption of beef causes stunting in children? Read First the Nutritionist’s Explanation
Some time ago, there were many topics about low meat consumption and the risk of stunting in children circulating on Twitter. This topic started when the @beritaKBR account uploaded a podcast snippet with a vegan food entrepreneur.
In the clip, the interviewees discussed the issue of burger production from beef, which threatens climate change. The post caused controversy among netizens. Many consider the argument irrelevant in Indonesia, where meat consumption is still low or under-consumed.
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