Showing posts from November, 2018

Mylan launches Hepatitis C awareness campaign in association with theHepatology Society of Philippines

Around 1% of the estimated 100 million Filipinos have chronic hepatitis C1  Michael De Mesa with members of the Hepatology Society of the Philippines Dr. Edhel Tripon and Dr. Jade Jamias Pasig, Philippines, 08 November – Mylan , one of the world’s leading global pharmaceutical companies, in association with the Hepatology Society of Philippines (HSP), launched an awareness campaign for Hepatitis C in the country. The BEATHepC (Become educated, aware, tested and treated) campaign aims at spreading awareness about the disease. It will include dissemination of information through pamphlets and promoting screening among Filipinos at risk. The Department of Health (DoH) estimates that around 1% of the Filipino population has chronic hepatitis C1. According to the 2010 study on Global Burden of Disease by the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation, university of Washington viral hepatitis causes 1 million deaths each year in the Asia Pacific region. Hepatitis C is endemic in

American Boy Band IRL (In Real Life) - Watch In Real Life Philippineslive at SM Supermalls #InRealLifeBoyband #IRLonTour2018 #InRealLifePh

BOY BAND ALERT!!!! Boy Band is an American music reality show and one of my fave show to watch in Summer 2017. Young male aspiring artists competed with each other and the final five members who remained undefeated will become a member of a new boy band. The show hosted by Rita Ora and guidance from Nick Carter, Emma Bunton and Timbaland who helped these guys to nurture their talent and discover their skills. Thirty young male artists joined the audition and selected to the next round. The judges picked 18 boys and divided them into three groups. Each week, the group will perform and one member will got eliminated. The remaining contestants will be group again and perform each week. Scores are based from audience votes and judges will announce the final group members. Meet the members: Brady Tutton Chance Perez Drew Ramos Sergio Calderon Michael Conor Official Website: Watch In Real Life Philippines live at SM Supermalls

Philippines paves the way for functional medicine in SEA through thefirst IFM conference in the region

Functional Medicine is experiencing a rapid development across the globe. In the Philippines, LifeScience Institute (LSI) champions this approach through various initiatives to educate, train and pursue research on Functional Medicine. LSI collaborated with The Institute for Functional Medicine (IFM) to bring the first Advancing Functional Medicine (AFM) Conference in Southeast Asia , happening on November 16 and 17, at the Enderun Colleges in Taguig City. With the theme “Uncovering the Interconnections Between Inflammation, the Gastrointestinal Tract and Toxic Exposure,” it brings together over 300 local and international doctors and other allied health professionals to talk about the underlying causes of complex chronic diseases through the Functional Medicine model. The conference is the first of its kind in the Southeast Asian region. It will put the spotlight on the whole-body approach of Functional Medicine, which will equip doctors and patients to understand the