People with HIV Must Immediately Take Drugs to Prevent TB, Why?

HIV (Illustration). People with HIV are asked to immediately take medication to prevent TB disease. REPUBLIKA.CO.ID, JAKARTA — Chairperson of UKK Respirology of the Indonesian Pediatrician Association (IDAI), Rina Triasih, said people with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) are required to take tuberculosis (TB) prevention drugs. The two diseases are interrelated. “TB is the most common … Read more

Recognizing 5 Symptoms of HIV/AIDS in Children – Edukasi Rakyat News

PEOPLE NEWS, Education – It is important for parents to recognize the symptoms of HIV AIDS in children so they can take appropriate action in handling them. HIV AIDS is a disease that can attack the immune system and can affect anyone, including children. The following are some of the symptoms of HIV AIDS in … Read more

Midwives Have an Important Role in Preventing HIV Transmission from Mother to Child

BASED ON data from the Bandung City Health Service (Dinkes) from 1991 to December 2021 there were 5,843 cases of HIV/AIDS. While the estimated number of people with HIV (ODHIV) is 10,871 cases. This was conveyed by the Chairperson of the Working Group on the Prevention of HIV Transmission from Mother to Child (PPIA) in … Read more

Collaboration is the Key to Eliminating HIV in 2030

WILLY MEDI CHRISTIAN NABABAN Thanksgiving and Dialogue participants in the context of the 5th Anniversary of the Healthy Indonesia Partnership Foundation (YKIS) posing for a group photo in Jakarta, Tuesday (31/1/2023). The event was attended by government, non-governmental organizations, communities and HIV-vulnerable people. JAKARTA, KOMPAS — The HIV prevention program has been going on for … Read more

HIV sufferers in Bengkulu City are already this way

Reporter: bela| Editor: Editor| Thursday 26-01-2023, 05:33 WIB Illustration of HIV AIDS–documents/ BENGKULU – The Bengkulu City Health Service (Dinkes) noted, throughout 2022, there were 109 residents in Bengkulu City living with HIV/AIDS. The worst cases occurred in April and June, namely 16 people. Meanwhile in December there was a significant decrease, only one case … Read more

4,840 Mukomuko residents were subjected to HIV/AIDS tests

Mukomuko (ANTARA) – The Health Office of Mukomuko Regency, Bengkulu is targeting 4,840 local residents to undergo blood tests in the context of early detection of new HIV/AIDS sufferers in 2023. “A total of 4,840 residents who underwent blood tests are in key populations in this area,” said the Head of Disease Prevention Control (P2P) … Read more

5 Sexually Transmitted Diseases, Genital Warts to AIDS

Jakarta, CNN Indonesia — Sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) are infectious diseases due to vaginal, oral and anal intercourse as well as through skin contact. This sexually transmitted disease is not the same as a sexually transmitted infection (STI). Quoted from the page Healthlinein short, causes sexually transmitted disease will start as an infection, but not … Read more

Mabar Regency Government and community collaborate on HIV/AIDS – ANTARA News Kupang, East Nusa Tenggara – ANTARA News East Nusa Tenggara

Labuan Bajo (ANTARA) – The West Manggarai Regency Government, East Nusa Tenggara is building a collaboration with the community who are members of the West Manggarai AIDS Care Volunteer Team (WPA) to deal with HIV/AIDS problems in the area. “The West Manggarai Regency Government is optimistic that convergence in the handling of HIV/AIDS can be … Read more

Trends in Transmission of HIV/AIDS are Now More in Same-Sex Lovers and Pregnant Women

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta – Chairman of the Advisory Board for the Healthy Indonesia Partnership Foundation (YKIS), Nafsiah Mboi, stated the trend of transmission HIV/AIDS now changed. Currently, the transmission of the disease is mostly affecting pregnant women and community groups who are lovers of the same sex. “In 2012 the key population was dominated by female … Read more

HIV/AIDS trends are changing for pregnant women and the same sex

<p innerhtml="“Saya pernah sebut terkait 4M (Mobile Men with Money in Macho environments). They are working men who move to work, because of the great demands. Then they can go months, their families left behind. So in our opinion, there must be people operating brothels there,” he said. “> “I once mentioned about 4M (Mobile … Read more