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Indonesia is country which is located in between Pacific and Indian Ocean. Fourth rank in world Population, Java island people are 50% in their population. Ethnics and Linguistic groups in the Indonesia are Hundreds in number, Unity in Diversity is the Major Motto of the Indonesian Country. Natural resources in the sense of oil, gas, tin, Gold are abundant in the Indonesia.
Main Countries which are playing trading role with Indonesia are Japan, USA, Malaysia, and Japan. While comes to Archipelagic category. Acquired 15th place in the list of world’s largest countries, Tsunami is the biggest Natural Disaster which is happened to Indonesia in 2004. Papua is the place in Indonesia which receives Highest Rain fall in Indonesia.
While comes to Private and Public Sector Indonesia is having the Mixed Economy and the Major role is played by the Government. 27th biggest country in the world in the field of Exporting, while comes to Imports the main support giving countries are Japan, Singapore and China with respective to their percentages 24.96 to 8.92%, main and major Economical resource of Indonesia is Palm oil Production.
Diabetes is the most common metabolic disorder out of various lifestyle diseases associated with many complications. Studies of people living in rural areas of East Java and Bali show a prevalence rate of 1.5% in 1982 to 5.7% in 1995 among the urban population. Ujung Pandnag also experienced an increase, and recent studies in Manado found a dramatically high rate of 6.1% in urban areas. Preliminary results indicate varying prevalence between those living in urban and rural areas. Currently, Indonesia has estimated 1.2–2.3% prevalence among people over 15 years. Diabetes is due to either the pancreas not producing adequate insulin or the cells of the body not retorting properly to the insulin manufactured. Numerous medical journals are published from Indonesia on Diabetes and Endocrinology with good reputation. Control of blood pressure and maintaining proper foot care are important for people with the disease. As of 2015, a projected 420 million individuals have diabetes worldwide with type 2 Diabetes creating up about 90% of the cases.