Proceedings of the International Conference on Health and Well-Being (ICHWB 2022)

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Burhanudin Ichsan, Dodik Nursanto, Morita Sari, Firmansyah, Mitoriana Porusia, Dian Hudiyawati, Suryo Saputro Perdana
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Correlation Between Age, Gender, and Fasting Blood Sugar Levels with Peripheral Artery Disease Incidence in Patients with Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus

Oxa Aqilla Putri Suharyono, Iin Novita Nurhayati Mahmuda, Rizky Febrian, ‘Ulayya Azzah Nadiroh
Diabetes mellitus is currently a major public health issue worldwide. The global prevalence of diabetes mellitus in 2019 was estimated at 9.3% and will increase to 10.9% in 2040. Peripheral arterial disease is an important complication of diabetes mellitus. Diabetes mellitus patients with peripheral...
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The Relationship Between Fasting Blood Sugar Levels and Waist Circumference with Cognitive Function in Diabetes Mellitus Patients

‘Ulayya Azzah Nadiroh, Sulistyani Sulistyani, Rizky Febrian, Oxa Aqilla Putri Suharyono
Diabetes mellitus is currently a major public health problem in the world. International Diabetes Federation (IDF) stated that in 2021 around 537 million people will suffer from diabetes, it is estimated that this will increase to 643 million in 2030 and 783 million in 2045. Impaired cognitive function...
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A 19-Year-Old Man with Adenoid Hypertrophy, Otomycosis and Diffused Otitis Externa Sinistra, Effusion Otitis Media Dextra Auricular: A Case Report

Aulia Siti Fatimah, Nurmala Shofiyati
Introduction: Adenoids are masses of lymphoid tissue located on the posterior wall of the nasopharynx, one of the tissues forming the Waldeyer structure. Adenoid hypertrophy is the enlargement of the adenoid tissue. Recurrent infections of the upper respiratory tract/ARI mostly cause the etiology of...
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The Effect of Chitosan on the Formation of Odontoblast-Like Cells in Reversible Pulpitis (in Vivo Study on Sprague Dawley Rats)

Amara Syifa Tifani, Noor Hafida Widyastuti, Nur Ariska Nugrahani, Cahyani Cahyani
Reversible pulpitis is inflammation of the pulp that can change back to the normal pulp. The medicament is critical to the success of direct pulp capping treatment, as evidenced by the formation of odontoblast-like cells. Calcium hydroxide has begun to be abandoned because of its deficiency. This study...
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Potential Use of Chemo-Mechanical Caries Removal as an Innovation for Caries Treatment in Remote Areas: Literature Review

Citra Camalin, Cahyani Cahyani
Caries prevalence in Indonesia reached 88.8% and predominantly occurred in a remote areas. Dental caries is a chronic infection of hard tooth tissue that demineralized due to organic acids produced by bacteria. Caries in the dentin layer will cause collagen and other matrices form two zones, infected-dentin...
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The Effect of Odontoblast Formation on Reversible Pulpitis After Application of Calcium Hydroxide and Mineral Trioxide Aggregate: Literature Review

Elly Lintang Sonia, Cahyani Cahyani
Reversible pulpitis is a mild to moderate inflammatory condition of the pulp caused by a stimulus, and when the stimulus is removed, the pulp returns to normal. Reversible pulpitis can be caused by several factors, such as dental caries, thermal stimulation, chemical stimulation, and mechanical trauma...
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Analysis of the Use of Personal Protective Equipment as a Prevention of the Spread of Covid-19 in Dentist Practice

Nada Shahnaz, Dendy Murdiyanto, Nendika Dyah Ayu Murika Sari, Aprilia Yuanita Anwaristi
Background: Coronaviruses are a big family that causes illness in both people and animals. The infection control PPE that dentists and dental nurses can employ during the corona virus. It often causes respiratory infections in humans, ranging from the common cold to severe diseases such as MERS and SARS....
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The Correlation Between Formula Milk Feeding and Nutritional Status of Toddlers at Sukoharjo Regency

Ari Wahyuning Tyas, Dyah Intan Puspitasari
Formula milk contains added sugar which causes faster weight gain in toddlers. Toddlers who consume formula milk have twice energy intake from added sugars and gain weight faster than toddlers who only consume breast milk. High amount of energy and protein intake can increase the release of the hormone...
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Differences in Vitamin C Intake Among Vocational School Students in the New Normal Era Based on Their Nutrition and Immunity Knowledge

Devita Dwi Annisa Prasasti, Luluk Ria Rakhma
The body's immune system plays a significant role in fighting viruses that enter the body. One way to increase immunity is by providing adequate intake for the body, one of which is vitamin C. Food sources containing vitamin C are important in supporting immunity because they serve as antioxidants....
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A Bibliometric Analysis of Research Trends in Soursop (Annona muricata Linn) Juice and Uric Acid Levels in Gout Arthritic Disease

Dila Fatiha Sholiha, Dwi Sarbini
There are various studies on soursop juice and gout, moreover, the influence between them has been investigated. However, studies were found solely based on metadata from various publications regarding soursop juice and uric acid levels and their effects. This study aimed to analyze multiple research...
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The Effect of Brown Sugar Addition on Total Acid, pH, and Antioxidant Activity of Young Coconut Water (Cocos nucifera L,) Probiotic Drinks

Fahdah Haniyah, Eni Purwani
Coconut water is a clear liquid from the coconut endosperm, containing sugars, vitamins, and minerals. Fermentation of young coconut water with Lactobacillus casei can generate a probiotic drink that can maintain digestive tract health and increase immunity. As a carbon during fermentation, the amount...
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The Effect of Brown Sugar Addition on Total Lactic Acid Bacteria (LAB) and Total Dissolved Solids (TDS) of Young Coconut Water (Cocos nucifera L.) Probiotic Drinks

Khusna Saffanatun Nisa, Eni Purwani
Probiotic drinks are fermented drinks that contain lactic acid bacteria and have various health benefits, including maintaining gastrointestinal health and increasing immunity. In this study, probiotic drinks were developed using young coconut water, which is expected to be an alternative fermented product...
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Food Away From Home: The Characteristics of Socio-Demographics Among Office Workers in Jakarta During the Covid-19 Pandemic

Ayu Kristiningrum, Helda Khusun, Dian Novita Chandra
Food away from home (FAFH) contains more calories, salt, sugar, and fat, as well as fewer fruits and vegetables than recommended by national nutrition guidelines, and contributes to obesity, hypertension, and non-communicable diseases. In Indonesia, there is currently limited research regarding the socio-demographic...
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Lifestyle, Mental Health and Quality of Life Among Obese Women during COVID-19 Pandemic in DKI Jakarta

Shirleen Gabriele Havelaar, Helda Khusun, Dian Novita Chandra, Saptawati Bardosono
Background: Obesity prevalence has been steadily rising over the world, including in Indonesia, particularly in DKI Jakarta, which has the highest obesity prevalence. Meanwhile, the global COVID-19 epidemic has impacted everyday activity, lifestyle, and mental health, as well as being linked to weight...
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Association Between Fast-Food Consumption and Obesity in Elementary Students: Review Article

Hanna Yuni Setiyaningrum, Setyaningrum Rahmawaty
Sub-optimal diet containing high energy density could be a predisposing factor for obesity in school children. This literature review aimed to examine the relationship between fast-food consumption and obesity in elementary children. Google Scholar and PubMed databases were used for study selection by...
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β-Carotene Levels in Yellow Pumpkin (Cucurbita moschata) as an Enteral Substitution with Variation of Grinding Time Using a Blender

Salma Widya Azhari, Setyaningrum Rahmawaty
Nutritional support consists of two types, namely commercial enteral formula and blenderized. A local food ingredient with potential application as an enteral formula is referred to yellow pumpkin (Cucurbita moschata). Yellow pumpkin contains a source of carotenoids which play a significant role in forming...
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Iodine Fortification of Poor Rice to Address IDD in Indonesia as Hidden Cause of Hunger in Children and Adolescents

Saminur Fauzan, Haira Haritsa, Nabilah Beryl Nathaniela, Aan Sofyan
Iodine deficiency disorder (IDD) is one of Indonesia’s most serious health problems since it directly or indirectly affects the physical and non-physical qualities of individuals in the community, including intellectuality and mental retardation. All age groups are at risk of IDD. According to reference...
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Treatment of Seeking Behavior in Menstrual Pain and Vaginal Discharge Cases in Young Women

Ayu Wulandari, Ayu Khoirotul Umaroh
Maintaining the health of the genital organs properly is crucial for young women to reduce the risk of reproductive health problems such as menstrual pain and vaginal discharge. This study aims to discover the behavioral experiences of young women in seeking treatment for menstrual pain and vaginal discharge....
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The Effect of Islamic Spiritual Mindfulness on Students’ Mental Health at Pot Covid-19 Pandemic: A Case Study in Indonesia

Maryatun, Rifka Aprilia Nur Ekawati, Endang Sri Wahyuni, Indarwati, Furqan Mawardi
Purpose: The aim of this study is to apply the Islamic Spiritual Mindfulness intervention towards the final year students with post-covid-19 pandemic anxiety. Methodology: Quasi Experiment pretest-posttest without control. The sample is 30 respondents of undergraduate students in nursing...
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An Overview of The Quality of Life of Puerperal Mothers: A Comparative Study of Normal Childbirth and Sectio Caesarea Childbirth

Airul Berkah Asisah, Faizah Betty Rahayuningsih
This study aimed to determine the quality of life of postpartum mothers with the method of normal childbirth and sectio caesaria childbirth. The research applied a descriptive quantitative cross-sectional approach with purposive sampling techniques on 54 respondents of postpartum mothers in the Puskesmas...
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The Effect of Giving Avocado (Persea Americana) Leaf Decoction on Blood Pressure in Patients with Hypertension: A Review Article

Anes Selvia, Setyaningrum Rahmawaty
Various kinds of herbal plants are frequently used by the Indonesian community for treating hypertension, such as avocado (Persea americana) leaves. It is believed that the plant has an antihypertensive effect. This study, therefore, aims to review the effect of giving avocado leaf decoction on blood...
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The Relationship Between the Support of Parents and Parents-in-Law Toward Quality of Life in Postpartum Mothers

Nindia Aristiya, Faizah Betty Rahayuningsih
The puerperium is the period after the delivery of the baby and the placenta until all reproductive organs recover. This period provides significant changes to postpartum mothers, both physical and psychological changes affecting the quality of life in postpartum mothers. Currently, the mother requires...
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Stress and Associated with Coping Strategies in Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus Patients

Fahrun Nur Rosyid, Dewi Nastiti, Ahmad Fadhlur Rahman
The high level of stress experienced by people with diabetes mellitus and the number of patients with diabetes mellitus who adopt maladaptive coping strategies can increase the risk of complications and lead to poor management of therapy for patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus. Type 2 diabetes mellitus...
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Effect of Giving Michelia Champaca Linn Extract on Histopathology of Uterus and Ovary in Menopausal Rats

Endang Sri Wahyuni, Maryatun Maryatun, Siska Ningtyas Prabasari, Riyani Wulandari, Lely Firrahmawati, Endah Sri Wahyuni, Asti Nur Hayati
Purpose: This study was conducted to determine the effect of giving Michelia Champaca Linn Extract on the histopathology of the uterus and ovaries in menopausal rats. Methodology: This was an experimental design with a posttest only control group design approach. This study used 28 menopausal...
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Therapeutic Exercises Program for Improving Function and Pain in Meniscus Tear

Ade Gunawan, Suryo Saputra Perdana, Amalia Nur Azizah
Background: For meniscal lesions in adults, there are several approaches: surgical and conservative. However, there are still few studies comparing the therapeutic impacts of ACL (anterior cruciate ligament) injury. This paper aimed to determine the effectiveness of Therapeutic Exercises Program for...
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The Use of Treadmills to Improve Post-stroke Walking Patterns: A Literature Review

Adinda Della Nastiti, Umi Budi Rahayu, Rinna Ainul Maghfiroh
Walking is one of the most difficult issues for stroke patients. The ability to walk in stroke patients recovers at different rates due to variations in weakness and intervention, including treadmill intervention. Nobody has looked into how the treadmill affects the phases of a stroke patient's...
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Posturography in Post-stroke Balance Management: A Literature Review

Afifah Nur Fauzani, Umi Budi Rahayu, Rinna Ainul Maghfiroh
Posturography had a role in numerous works of literature as a measurement, analysis of posture control, and body balance control. However, various literature also applied posturography as post-stroke therapy that affected balance. Accordingly, the objective of this review was to determine the utility...
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Differences in Muscle Activation While Walking on Individuals with Chronic Low Back Pain: A Systemic Review and Meta-analysis

Alifa Akbar, Suryo Saputra Perdana, Amalia Nur Azizah
Background: Understanding variations in muscle movement in LBP patients is crucial to help avoid and improve treatment for LBP patients. Low back pain, or LBP, is indicated by the onset of discomfort in the lower back area. If it is not treated effectively, LBP can interfere with everyday activities....
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The Efficacy of Blood − Flow Restricted Compared with Heavy − Load Strength Training on Muscle Strength: A Systematic Review and Meta − Analysis

Angger Perdana Wibowo, Suryo Saputro Perdana, Amalia Nur Azizah
Background: Blood-Flow Restricted (BFR) and Heavy-Load Strength Training (HLT) are exercises beneficial for muscle strength. Many opinions or studies conclude that one of them is superior. Therefore, this study aims to compare the effects of BFR and HLT exercises on muscle strength. Method: Systematic...
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Effectiveness of Klapp Exercise to Treat Angle Currence in Children With Scoliosis: Literature Review

Adnan Faris Naufal, Fenisa Nurul Hidayah, Wijianto, Arif Pristianto
Background: The most prominent stages of growth and development occur at the age of children and adolescents, namely changes in body posture. Posture changes that occur are caused by environmental factors and spinal growth abnormalitiesa common abnormality is scoliosis. Objective: The researcher aims...
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A Meta-analysis: Incidence Rate of Spontaneous Resorption in Patients with Lumbar Disc Herniation

Fitria Shafa Salsabila, Suryo Saputra Perdana, Amalia Nur Azizah
The most frequent cause of degenerative diseases of the lumbar spine is Lumbar Disc Herniation (LDH), covering 3% of the population. Lumbar Disc Herniation (LDH) can be recovered with conservative treatment, and this can occur due to a spontaneous resorption process in the intervertebral disc tissue....
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Visual Effects of Biofeedback on Post-stroke Patients’ Balance: A Literature Review

Hilman Muhammad Firdaus, Umi Budi Rahayu, Rinna Ainul Maghfiroh
Visual biofeedback is a visual technology similar to video games. Some studies claim that visual biofeedback improves the balance of stroke patients, but others claim that traditional exercise physical therapy is superior to visual biofeedback. This study set out to investigate how biofeedback affected...
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Differences in Impact of Open Kinetic Chain and Closed Kinetic Chain Exercises on Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis

Josevania Fellyta Putri, Suryo Saputra Perdana, Amalia Nur Azizah
Background: There are differing views on the impact of performing Open Kinetic Chain (OKC) and Closed Kinetic Chain (CKC) on Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction (ACLR). Purpose: This research aims to compare the effects of OKC and CKC exercises on knee function following ACLR. Method: Systematic...
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Incidence of Paralympic Sports Injuries in Para Athletes: Systematic Review

Lingga Vitasari, Suryo Saputra Perdana, Amalia Nur Azizah
Paralympic is the term referred to as an international sports competition for top athletes with disabilities who have experienced increased participation and development in sports. Consequently, it is difficult to understand injury patterns in the winter and summer Paralympics due to the rapid evolution...
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The Effectiveness of Kinesio Taping on Pain in Knee Osteoarthritis Patients: Meta-analysis

Luthfiyyah Putri, Suryo Saputra Perdana, Amalia Nur Azizah
Osteoarthritis is a musculoskeletal rheumatic disease, affecting 303 million people globally in 2017. One of the physiotherapy modalities commonly utilized to overcome pain in osteoarthritis is Kinesio taping. This study aims to analyze the effectiveness of Kinesio taping in reducing pain in knee osteoarthritis...
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Effectiveness of Hip and Quadriceps Exercises in Improving Functional Abilities and Quality of Life in Knee Osteoarthritis: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis

Mega Tia Nurfaiza, Suryo Saputra Perdana, Amalia Nur Azizah
Knee osteoarthritis is one of the leading causes of disability. Giving strengthening exercises, especially hip and quadriceps exercises, can help improve the physical function of mild to moderate KOA patients and affect the biomechanics of the hip—the main factor for maintaining stability in the frontal...
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The Effect of Land-Based Exercise on Osteoarthritis Knee Patients’ Quality of Life: Systematic Review and Meta-analysis

Muchammad Arif Septiawan, Suryo Saputra Perdana, Amalia Nur Azizah
Introduction: Osteoarthritis (OA) is a chronic condition that affects the joints and is the most prevalent type of musculoskeletal ailment worldwide, particularly in Indonesia. Methods: According to the following inclusion criteria, the study was conducted: Adults between the ages of 45...
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Does the Application of Kinesiotape Give an Impact Toward the Lateral Aspect of the Ankle? Evidence from Ankle Sprains – A Systematic Review

Muhammad Ali Ramdhani, Suryo Saputra Perdana, Amalia Nur Azizah, Alfan Nur Asyhar
Background: Injury is a structural malfunction or accident to the body brought on by too much physical strain, especially when it affects the muscles and joints and prevents them from working properly. Pain, swelling, muscular weakness, and a restricted range of motion in the damaged area are all indications...
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Profile of Muscle Activation and Co-activation of Quadriceps and Hamstrings Muscle Groups in Patient Osteoarhirtis: Observational Study

Muhammad Ihza Priyatna, Suryo Saputra Perdana
Functional problems such as walking are the most common problems in patients with knee OA because this is due to changes in the activity patterns of the quadriceps and hamstrings muscle groups. Objective: to see the activation and co- activation of the muscle groups of quadriceps and hamstrings when...
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Presentation of COVID-19 Symptoms in Acute and Post-acute Phases in Elite Athletes: Systematic Review

Muhammad Sena Nurrahman Pasya, Suryo Saputra Perdana, Amalia Nur Azizah
Infection with the COVID-19 Virus affects the health level of athletes. There is still a lack of data regarding to the prevalence of COVID-19 in athletes, so other supporting information is required to predict an impact on their health. This study aimed to report the acute and post-acute presentation...
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Effect of Exergame on Post-stroke Management: A Literature Review

Panggih Priyo Wicaksono, Umi Budi Rahayu, Rinna Ainul Maghfiroh
Exergame has been used as a good intervention for post-stroke motor and balance problems in many literatures, but some studies show that exergame is more beneficial for cognitive than post-stroke motor problems. The purpose of this review is to ascertain the effectiveness of exergame in the treatment...
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Correlation of MRI (Cartilage Defect) Results with Pain in Knee Osteoarthritis Patients: Systematic Review

Raihanah Nur Sa’adah, Suryo Saputra Perdana, Amalia Nur Azizah
Background: MRI of the knee is used to determine clinical management and diagnose OA. The characteristics of OA knee often appear even though the knee is not experiencing symptoms or injury. MRI results and the relationship with pain experienced in OA patients differed in each study. In this systematic...
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The Effectiveness of Virtual Reality Training for Post-stroke Balance: A Literature Review

Rega Sugianto, Umi Budi Rahayu, Rinna Ainul Maghfiroh
Virtual reality Training (VRT) is a technology that allows a user to interact in a virtual world that appears real to the user. According to some studies, VRT improves the balance of chronic and acute stroke patients. According to other studies, VRT is only effective in patients with chronic post-stroke...
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The Impact of Nordic Hamstring Exercise and Prevention Programs on Incidence Hamstring Injury in Football Players: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis

Rizkie Andika Ainur Rofiq, Suryo Saputra Perdana, Amalia Nur Azizah
Background: Football has a fairly high popularity and is admired by people of various ages. Potential injury in football is rather high because, during the game, each player is required to run at high speed. One of the most common injuries is a hamstring injury. Thus, the purpose of this study is to...
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The Impact of Nordic Hamstring Exercise on the Eccentric Strength of Hamstring and the Length Fascicle Biceps Femoris: Systematic Review and Meta-analysis

Winda Khairunnisa, Suryo Saputra Perdana, Amalia Nur Azizah
Background: Hamstring strain injury is a non-contact injury caused by high-speed running. Two of risk factors that of HIS is due to lack of eccentric power of the hamstring muscle and the length of the biceps femoris fascicle. This study to aobserve the effect of nordic hamstring exercise on peak torque...
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The Relationship Between Nearsightedness and Forward Head Posture

Zunitasari Kholifah Islamiatun, Adnan Faris Naufal, Atikah Itsna Zulfatirrohman
Introduction: Nearsightedness is one of the most common eye refractive errors in the world. The development of technology has led to an increase in the use of gadgets and a decrease in outdoor activities. This is the cause of nearsightedness sufferers among students. As a result of blurring when seeing...