Annual Health Check-up

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  Benefits of Annual Health Check-Ups In today’s world, various factors contribute to health risks, including environmental pollution, dust, chemical contaminants, stress, unhealthy lifestyle behaviors, genetics, and aging. These factors can cause illnesses and severe diseases. Annual health check-ups are crucial for understanding your body’s condition, identifying abnormalities or risks before symptoms appear, or before […]

MERS VIRUS

MERS

The disease is caused by the Marburg virus, which belongs to the Filoviridae family, the same family as the Ebola virus. Outbreaks have been reported in several African countries, including Uganda, Zimbabwe, Congo, Kenya, Angola, and South Africa. Reservoir animals in the area include fruit bats and monkeys, which can transmit the virus to humans. […]

Dust PM 2.5

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What is PM2.5? PM2.5 refers to particulate matter with a diameter of 2.5 micrometers or less. These tiny particles include dust, soot, dirt, smoke, and liquid droplets. Due to their small size—about 1/25th the width of a human hair—they can remain suspended in the air for extended periods and be easily inhaled into the respiratory […]

Influenza

INFLUENZA

Acute Respiratory Viral Infection Characteristics Acute respiratory viral infections, notably influenza, exhibit sudden high fever, headache, muscle aches, and fatigue. Influenza is a major infectious disease, causing global pandemics with widespread outbreaks across almost every continent, resulting in millions of illnesses and deaths. Transmission Influenza viruses spread through respiratory droplets when an infected person coughs, […]

DENGUE FEVER

DENGUE FEVER

The Department of Disease Control, Ministry of Public Health, has forecasted that in 2023, Thailand will see an increase in dengue fever outbreaks based on epidemiological predictions. From January 1 to June 8, 2023, there have been 19,503 reported cases of dengue fever, with an incidence rate of 29.47 per 100,000 population and 17 deaths. […]

Heat Stroke

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Heat stroke, also known as “sunstroke,” is a condition where the body cannot regulate its internal temperature due to prolonged exposure to high temperatures. This causes the body temperature to rise continuously. When the body temperature increases due to exposure to hot weather, such as during intense physical activities or being in the heat for […]