I have a confession to make

I know we’ve been friends for a long time now. Of all the stories I have told you, of all the things I wanted to say, this one’s the most difficult thing to say. Remember the first time you asked me if you courted me before if you stood a chance? I said NO. BecauseContinue reading “I have a confession to make”

A tribute to all my teachers

How do I thank my teachers for seeing the potential in me when I was little kid? For always choosing me to represent our class during school plays and events, for giving me good grades, for praising me for a correct answer, for encouraging me to answer or argue with them even when I’m hesitant,Continue reading “A tribute to all my teachers”

The American dream

After decades of waiting, an amendment to the Filipino Veterans Family Reunification Act to exempt children of certain Filipino World War II veterans “from the numerical limitations on immigrant visas and for other purposes” or simply allow them to “immigrate immediately, irrespective of priority dates” has been approved by the United States Senate Judiciary CommitteeContinue reading “The American dream”

Life without limits

Have you ever wondered what it’s like to live life without limits? We’ve all heard that “whatever the mind can conceive and believe, it can achieve” by Napoleon Hill, but is it really possible? Yes, it is possible! They say failure and success are only figments of our imaginations, and to achieve greater things, weContinue reading “Life without limits”

Responding with gratitude: Salamat Dok’s call to health education, public service

There’s something about a television program to have lasted for eight years (now 12 years). Salamat Dok! has unquestionably done enough in helping raise public awareness on prevalent medical problems in the country that made them last that long. In an interview, author asked the people behind the successful TV show to talk about theirContinue reading “Responding with gratitude: Salamat Dok’s call to health education, public service”

Finding the perfect Christmas gift?

Beauty bets for everyone that won’t break the bank  Finding the perfect present for beauty junkie friends can be a challenge. Save yourself from the mad dash from one beauty counter to the next by visiting a Human Nature store near you. Human Nature brings you gift finds that make you feel and look goodContinue reading “Finding the perfect Christmas gift?”

A change for health (is coming)

Health Secretary Dr. Paulyn Jean B. Rosell-Ubial articulates President Rodrigo R. Duterte’s healthcare agenda which targets better health outcomes so one can live longer, free from the worries of high cost of medical care, and edified by the respect and high-quality service one gets from government healthcare facilities Non-communicable diseases remain the health bane especiallyContinue reading “A change for health (is coming)”

For the love of birds

Three lens men share their newfound passion for bird photography and love for exotic birds IF THERE’S ONE THING THAT BINDS these three gentlemen other than being mistahs (cadet lingo for classmates) in Philippine Mili­tary Academy who are known for the “thicker than blood” relationship, it is their newfound passion for bird photography and loveContinue reading “For the love of birds”

‘Undue haste?’

Objection to dengue vaccination mounts; Health officials ‘negligent’—Sen. Gordon It seems like the debate on whether dengue vaccine program should be continued or discontinued is far from over as the House of Representatives and Senate continue its inquiry into what has been described as “undue haste” in providing the dengue vaccine worth Php 3.5 billionContinue reading “‘Undue haste?’”

Heirloom rice recipes

More than just rice, it’s the meaning of life In an article published at the Department of Agriculture’s website, it said that medical researchers from the Harvard School of Public Health revealed that those who eat three to four servings of rice a day had 55 percent higher risk to develop diabetes than those whoContinue reading “Heirloom rice recipes”