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How Does Dilla Jaidi Beat Acne While Wearing Makeup Daily?

Dilla Jaidi, a prominent influencer, has sensitive skin prone to acne. Despite regularly applying makeup, she maintains a clear complexion. Her skincare regimen includes double cleansing, selecting suitable makeup, and avoiding heavy-textured cosmetics. This article explores Dilla’s methods, providing valuable insights for those with similar skin concerns.

Study Reveals Significant Healthcare Costs for Cognitive Impairment in Singapore

A recent study conducted by researchers from Duke-NUS Medical School and the NUS Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine (NUS Medicine) has highlighted the substantial financial burden posed by cognitive impairment in Singapore. The study, published in the journal Annals of the Academy of Medicine Singapore, estimates that individuals with cognitive impairment incur an additional yearly healthcare cost of approximately S$700 per person due to increased emergency department visits and subsequent hospital admissions.

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Infectious Disease

Rising Rabies Cases Prompt DOH Warning Against Kissing Pets

Health officials are cautioning the public against kissing pets, even those that are vaccinated. Assistant Secretary Albert Domingo emphasised that animal saliva poses a significant risk for rabies transmission, comparable to bites and scratches. He highlighted the importance of seeking medical advice for potential post-exposure prophylaxis, as rabies symptoms can take up to a year to manifest. This advisory is part of a broader effort to mitigate the risk of rabies transmission through close contact with pets, which is often overlooked.

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Enhanced Health Services Implemented at Batangas Provincial Jail

In a bid to curb the spread of infectious diseases among inmates, the Provincial Health Office (PHO) of Batangas has initiated monthly medical missions at the Batangas Provincial Jail (BPJ). This enhanced effort began in May. Thus far, it has already benefitted nearly 1,000 persons deprived of liberty (PDLs) These missions are part of a comprehensive strategy to enhance the healthcare system within the facility, ensuring that inmates receive adequate medical attention and preventive care.

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Indonesia Passes Maternal and Child Welfare Law to Bolster Family Support and Address Societal Disparities

The recent passage of Indonesia’s new Maternal and Child Welfare Law marks a significant legislative effort aimed at enhancing conditions for working mothers and fathers. However, amidst its noble intentions, the law has sparked debates regarding its potential impacts on gender norms and inequality in welfare, cautioned by the National Commission on Violence Against Women (Komnas Perempuan).

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Mental Health

World Mental Health

Understanding World Mental Health: A Journey of Awareness and Support   In the hustle and bustle of our daily lives, amidst the noise of deadlines,


Tragedy Strikes as Lightning Kills Three Children in Bulacan

In Pulilan, Bulacan, a heartbreaking tragedy occurred when three cousins, all minors, were struck by lightning while playing in the rain. The victims, identified as Rexter Enriquez (16), Roxanne Enriquez (12), and April dela Cruz (11), were outside their home when the incident happened.

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Infectious Disease

Philippines Halts Bird Imports from Australia Amid Avian Flu Outbreak

The Philippine Department of Agriculture has temporarily halted all bird imports from Australia following confirmed avian flu outbreaks. This precautionary move aims to protect local poultry industries and safeguard public health by preventing the introduction of the highly pathogenic virus into the country.