Manila Water Total Solutions recently launched the new Healthy Family MINI, bringing Healthy Family Water readily available anytime, anywhere.
The recent launch is in line with the company’s advocacy to provide the market with premium drinking water with superior quality yet at an affordable price. The 500-mL Healthy Family MINI, like its 5-gallon bottled water counterpart, is made to cater to the drinking needs of families and people on-the-go.
The Herbalife Asia Pacific Wellness Tour is set on April 5 to May 15, 2017. For its Philippine leg, Herbalife Global Nutrition Expert Dr. Rocio Medina is the guest speaker. Specialized in nutrition and obesity, Dr. Media focuses on balanced nutrition and how its relationship to one’s metabolism plays a significant role in our overall well-being.
What are the things children with autism wish you knew about them? Autism spectrum disorder (ASD, or simply “autism”) is a lifelong neurological and developmental disorder affecting how a person perceives the world and communicates with others. It is a “spectrum” because individuals with autism can exhibit a range of symptoms with varying degrees of intensity, including problems with verbal communication and social interaction, obsessive-compulsive behavior, and learning difficulties.
Makati Medical Center, the Philippines’ premier healthcare institution, reveals ways we can better understand how children with autism feel and how they communicate.
In celebration of International Women’s Month this March, Nutramedica Inc., encourages women to speak their mind and know their rights. Be it in society or otherwise, women have excelled over the years, creating a sense of socio-equality that every female across the globe shall be proud of.
This years’ theme is “Be bold for change,” a very personal approach to the present era where women are called to lead and influence. Novuhair calls for the same thrust.
Everyone gets tired, feels weak, and becomes restless once in a while. But, for people with anemia, these are more or less what they experience every day. When one suffers from anemia, he gets tired easily from working, feels dizzy for no reason, and is generally overcome by fatigue.
Sangobion IRON+ (Ferrous Gluconate+Vitamins & Minerals) has always been serious about fighting iron deficiency anemia.
To accomplish this, Sangobion is launching a new campaign, Sulong Dugong Pinoy, and kicked it off with a media launch held recently.
The event featured speakers like the University of Sto. Tomas Hospital’s Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology chairman, Dr. Corazon Zaida N. Gamilla, who discussed the importance of healthy blood in supporting the functions of the body, the prevalence of anemia, its symptoms, and ways to prevent and treat it. Also present was Dr. Christie Monina Nalupta – Director of the Philippine Red Cross – National Blood Services, who graced the event to support Sangobion’s vision of a healthy blood nation.
Meanwhile, it was Ming Arroyo-Cunanan, Marketing Director of Merck (makers of Sangobion IRON+), who focused on the brand’s relevance and big plans.
“We have been helping men and women from across the country fight anemia with Sangobion, and I’m happy to say that we’ve been successful. That’s why we think that now is the time to start elevating the brand’s purpose. It’s more than just treating anemia, it’s about maintaining healthy blood to empower every Filipino. Our vision is a blood-healthy Philippines.” Cunanan said of Sangobion’s plans this year.
The launch’s biggest guest was none other than singer Sarah Geronimo, who has been part of the Sangobion family for two years now. A teaser for the new Sangobion TVC was also screened for the first time to a public audience, which got everyone even more excited.
“There really are a lot of amazing things coming for Sangobion.” Sarah enthusiastically told the crowd. “I’m inviting everyone to join us sa Saturday, April 8 po, at the SM Mall of Asia Music Hall for the Sulong Dugong Pinoy Blood Health Event sponsored by Sangobion of course, and supported po ng Philippine Red Cross.” Major activities like the official TVC premiere will take place, all to kickstart the Sangobion Sulong Dugong Pinoy campaign.
For more information about the Sangobion Sulong Dugong Pinoy Blood Health Event, visit its Facebook event page.
The love month does not just pertain to having a relationship with someone. It is not just about going out on a date or stressing on what to give to your partner or dreaming about what to receive in return. The love month should remind us of everything and everyone we love.
Our parents, siblings or friends who stuck with us through thick or thin should form part of this special month. Loving ourselves should not be set aside as well.
Take time to take care of our own appearance. And since our hair is on top of our body, it is pertinent that we start with it. Here are a few tips on maintaining a healthy hair.
Channeling your beauty to radiate does not come overnight. Your skin requires pampering and caring of a professional center that understands your needs. A center that provides all your skin pampering necessities has now come into full bloom as it introduces its new look and logo.
There are many ways to express love – especially this month of hearts. Couples go on romantic dates. Friends hang out till dawn. And families find time to reconnect while sharing a delicious feast. As sweet and as precious these gestures may be, there is one other thing you can do for your beloved – helping them stay healthy.
Giving the gift of good health is a great expression of love. And taking your loved ones on the journey to better health is a sign of commitment. It shows that you want more out of life and that you want to take that path of wellness with them. It takes discipline and encouragement to complete this journey, though. You should be there for each other so that you stick to the healthier path of life together.