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1 in 4 Filipinos are hypertensive

It’s easy to know you’re sick when you have the signs or symptoms. But when you don’t, one day you’ll find yourself sick without a warning, and that can be very alarming. “Most hypertensive patients have no symptoms. The known symptoms of hypertension like headache, dizziness, nape pain, and blurring of vision are non-specific and… Continue reading 1 in 4 Filipinos are hypertensive

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The Truth About Getting Sick in the Philippines

This year’s World Health Day theme hits close to home as I have experienced first-hand how to undergo financial hardship when my precious seven-year-old niece, Rianna got sick and died, leaving us with a huge financial debt. World Health Day calls on world leaders to take concrete steps to move towards universal health coverage (UHC),… Continue reading The Truth About Getting Sick in the Philippines

Fulfillment · Love · People

To All Women Who Made a Difference in My Life

Every year, we celebrate March 8 as International Women’s Day. For this month’s blog collaboration, I am paying tribute to all women who made a difference in my life: My mom – Thank you for being supportive, caring, loving, and understanding. I wouldn’t be here where I am today if you didn’t support me and… Continue reading To All Women Who Made a Difference in My Life

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Capturing Moments with Caricapture by Donna

I met Donna Inosanto-Pahignalo or “Mommy Dons” as she’s fondly called, when I was the Editorial Head of a publishing company. She was the Creatives Department head that time, until now. At first, we would only talk about work matters. But when she got pregnant with her second child, Kyra and we became seatmates, our… Continue reading Capturing Moments with Caricapture by Donna

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The Sandy Project: The Launch

To celebrate Sandy Aranas’ fifth year in heaven, her family and friends gathered on February 12, 2018 at Green Sun Building in Makati City to launch The Sandy Project, a dengue awareness and prevention campaign with school aged children as the target audience.   “At a tender age of 10, we lost Sandy, my only… Continue reading The Sandy Project: The Launch