Indonesia’s Food and Drug Monitoring Agency has called for tougher regulations for the use of scientifically unproven additives in e-cigarettes, after vaping-related deaths in the US.
Kicking the rice habit isn’t easy, with nasi goreng sold everywhere, and the grain woven into the culinary fabric of a nation whose late dictator transformed it into a must-have meal.
Now, Indonesia produces so much black-market mercury that it has become a major global supplier, surreptitiously shipping thousands of tons to other parts of the world.
Hike in premiums for Indonesia’s public health insurance a worry for the poor, but experts say this is necessary
“The premium increase might force many subscribers to become inactive or to downgrade to a lower class… This may actually cause income to fall for JKN.”
The research was based on a trial in Indonesia, where patients often do not get the treatment they need due to a shortage of practitioners.
LEI and 2 leading Indonesian universities will join to facilitate joint eye research and the teaching and exchange of clinicians and researchers.
‘You’re not religious enough’: pain of Indonesia’s mentally ill and the online group bringing sufferers and carers together
Though psychiatric treatment in the country is improving, a limited understanding of mental health issues, and entrenched social stigma make it a challenge for the country’s mentally ill to seek help or even sympathy.