(From The Jakarta Post)
"Consuming iodized salt will help me become a university graduate, if not I will get goiter," said Ingka Fitra Sunar, 10, from Bone, South Sulawesi eloquently.
Ingka was one of seven elementary school children from seven provinces across Indonesia who won a drawing contest on iodized salt organized by the United Nations Children's Fund (Unicef).
His prize-winning picture, a watercolor painting showing new graduates in black robes and mortarboards on one side, and what appears to be a farmer with a goitrous neck on the other, had a quality that not many elementary school students could produce.
Other winners also produced more or less the same themes -- that iodized salt will make people smarter and eating non-iodized salt will produce goiter.
"Salt is …