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Most Popular Health: Minister of Health’s Target Budi Gunadi Regarding the SatuSehat Platform, Japan Hits the Seventh Wave of Covid-19

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Most Popular Health: Minister of Health’s Target Budi Gunadi Regarding the SatuSehat Platform, Japan Hits the Seventh Wave of Covid-19

Suara.com – Minister of Health Budi Gunadi Sadikin revealed the target of integrating all health platforms into OneHealth government property became the most popular news today, Tuesday (26/7/2022).

There is also Japan, which was hit by the seventh wave of Covid-19, so napping increases the risk of stroke and hypertension.

Check out the summary health news Other interesting things from Suara.com are the following.

1. Make it easier for the public to get integrated health service data, the Ministry of Health Launches the SatuSehat Platform

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Make it easier for the public to get integrated health service data, the Ministry of Health Launches the SatuSehat Platform

Illustration portrait (Suara.com)

Depok.voice.comthe Ministry of Health (Kemenkes) launched Indonesia Health Services (IHS) as a platform for transformation and integration of national health service data under the name SATUSEHAT at Raffles Hotel Jakarta, Tuesday 26 July 2022.

Minister of Health (Menkes) Budi Gunadi Sadikin said the SATUSEHAT service was one of the Ministry of Health’s efforts in transforming health services through digitalization.

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2. Facing the Seventh Wave of Covid-19, Japan is Facing Challenging Conditions

illustration of covid-19.  (Freepik)
illustration of covid-19. (Freepik)

The Japanese government authorities admit that the current Covid-19 outbreak is in challenging conditions. The seventh wave that hit Japan at this time is said to be due to exposure to the BA.5 omicron subvariant.

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Minister of Health Budi Gunadi Sadikin Targets by 2023 All Hospitals Must Connect to the Government’s SatuSehat Platform

Of the 513,1571 new positive cases in the world recorded this morning, Tuesday (26/7/2022), 172,673 of them were contributed by Japan. The country with a population of 125.6 million has dominated positive cases of the coronavirus in recent weeks.

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3. Afternoon naps actually increase the risk of stroke and hypertension, how come?

Illustration of a nap (pexels)
Illustration of a nap (pexels)

Adequate sleep is very important for a healthy body. Some people may sleep longer at night and others sleep less, then meet their sleep needs during the day.

New research from Banner-University Medical Center in the United States suggests a nap may be a good idea to meet your sleep needs.

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4. Ria Ricis’s amniotic fluid runs out before giving birth, what causes it?

  Maternity Shoot Ria Ricis (Instagram/@fdphotography90)
Maternity Shoot Ria Ricis (Instagram/@fdphotography90)

Today, Tuesday (26/7/2022), Youtuber Ria Ricis gave birth to her first daughter with Teuku Ryan at RSIA Bina Media Bintaro, South Jakarta.

Prior to this, Ria Ricis had said that she could not give birth vaginally or normally because her amniotic fluid had run out.

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5. Ruben Onsu’s mouth until he was admitted to Singapore for treatment, what was the process?

Ruben Onsu (Instagram/@ruben_onsu)
Ruben Onsu (Instagram/@ruben_onsu)

Ruben Onsu recently arrived from Singapore after undergoing treatment. This husband from Sarwendah went to a specialist to find out why he always needed blood transfusions.

“So focus on blood specialists. Why does the blood always decrease, why do I need transfusions all the time, that’s what we are really studying,” said Ruben Onsu, quoted from YouTube Trans TV Official, Tuesday (26/7/2022).

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