It is advisable to prepare food for single consumption only, as fresh food is superior and more conducive to health compared to leftovers.
It is the collective responsibility of all citizens of the nation to engage in the prevention of tuberculosis. Please contribute to efforts aimed at mitigating its spread.
To maintain the health of your eyes, it is recommended to have your eyes examined by an eye doctor at least once a year
Consume food immediately after cooking and do not keep it in a warm place for a long time to prevent contamination and avoid becoming ill.
Chefs and those involved in food preparation must follow strict hygiene rules. Before starting work, wash hands well with soap and water, use gloves, and keep nails short and clean to avoid food contamination. Your attention to these practices ensures the safety of our food.
If the burn is superficial, immerse the affected area in cold water for 10 to 15 minutes as soon as possible to prevent burning and pain.
Give the first milk, colostrum, which is dark and yellow in color, to the infant in the first hour after birth, as it protects your child against pathogens (microbes) and other diseases like a vaccine
Ensure that all medications are stored in a secure location inaccessible to children, thereby minimizing the risk of accidental ingestion and potential harm.
To prevent illnesses, transport water from its source to the household using sanitized and sealed containers, ensuring its cleanliness during storage.