Friday, November 10, 2006

So Cute

The photo shows one of the child whose blood was taken during an anemia screening. To generate the blood, the nurse had to use a small needle, which stings a bit.

The screening took place during a program called “Prevent Anemia with Posyandu,” which was sponsored by the International Pharmaceuticals Manufactures Group (IPMG) in collaboration with Yayasan Kusuma Buana (YKB) to commemorate the 42nd National Health Day. The one-year-program for 25 Posyandu throughout Jakarta will provide anemia screenings, promote healthy lifestyle, and distribute anemia medicines for free. The kick off itself took place on November 9, 2006 in Klinik Keluarga Pisangan Baru, Matraman, Jakarta Timur.

Fortunately, his Hemoglobin (Hb) level was 11,8 -- considered to be normal since that the appropriate Hb level should be around 12, mine was 12,9. Imagine how'd he felt if it turned out that he were an anemie.


Anonymous said...

who the fuck read this shit! Ong get a life man! Looserrrr!!!

Ong said... Your use of an expletive does not recommend your persuasive skills too highly either. My advice is get some mouthwash and don't read any blog you don't want. And yes, get a life too rather than badmouthing blogs you can choose not to read.

awie said...

well, anonymous, for a start you did read it. And you even spent an amount of your precious time to leave a comment. How nice of you...