Az Zahra Putri Dania, Indonesia's top female badminton player, died of lymphoma—often known as lymph node cancer—a few years ago. Lymphoma cancer is the sixth most common cancer in Indonesia, and its prevalence is rising.
Lung cancer is still a leading cause of death in Indonesia. The main carcinogen that causes it is smoke. As an industrialized country that is still developing, pollution affects the lives of Indonesian employees. How serious is the threat?
Thyroid diseases occur due to disturbances in the thyroid gland. The thyroid gland is a small butterfly-shaped organ located in the front of the neck. In Indonesia, thyroid disorders rank second among the most prevalent metabolic diseases, following diabetes mellitus.
Did you know that the human body is supported by 206 bones to ensure that its functions work properly? Bone density and strength improve until the late 20s, then steadily decline after the age of 35. This loss of bone density leads to osteoporosis.