Stocking for Christmas

By Penelope A. Domogo, MD Last Sunday, we discussed general tips on keeping healthy this Christmas. Up to January 2 next year, we will be writing about having a healthy Christmas season. This is my Christmas gift to you, dear readers- a Christmas package of health advices. Because a healthy Christmas is a happy Christmas. This Sunday, we will talk […]

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A New Resolution

By Rev. Canon David B. Tabo-oy v25″There will be strange things happening to the sun, the moon, and the stars. On earth whole countries will be in despair, afraid of the roar of the sea and the raging tides. v26People will faint from fear as they wait for what is coming over the whole earth, for the powers in space will […]

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The Charge de Affaires of the Thai Royal Embassy in the Philippines honorary visit to the Gov. Bado Dangwa Agro Industrial School at Balakbak, Kapangan, Benguet to the 2021 recipient of the prestigious  Princess Maha Chakri Awardee Mr. Marcelo Otinguey for his exemplary selfless commitment service for the improvement of education and welfare of learners not only in the school […]

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Am I bipolar? 8 signs of being bipolar

Updated December 28, 2020 Bipolar Disorder is among the most common mood disorders, and is most often known for behavior that may mimic moodiness. Far from being a simple example of moodiness, though, people with Bipolar Disorder exhibit a complex, varied series of symptoms, each of them required to secure a diagnosis of Bipolar Disorder. These symptoms must be present […]

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Keeping healthy this Christmas

By Penelope A. Domogo, MD Of course, we want to be well all the time, but more so this Christmas season so when we greet each other Merry Christmas, the message is real. Don’t you think so? I know, though, that some people don’t celebrate Christmas as many westernized people like us do. But this article is for everybody. Health […]

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Protecting school kids from Covid: A reflection for action

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, children all over the world face unprecedented challenges. In some countries, schools have been closed, with many children continuing their education via online lessons. However, in some countries, children’s access to education has been greatly impacted and limited during this time. As schools around the world gradually welcome back students, the Philippines has decided to […]

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Constipation

By Penelope A. Domogo, MD There’s an Igorot term for constipation and this is “natube”. In Ilokano, “natabbel”. So it must be a condition that has existed since a long time ago because we have developed local terms for it. It is not a disease but it causes discomfort and maybe a symptom of a disease. Bowel movement or pooing […]

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Beyond the Superconscious Mind

The layers of the mind (First of a series) According to the most ancient ideas of yoga and the most modern theories of physics, existence is not a single reality but a continuum of several interpenetrating layers of being, ranging from the coarsest and densest– the physical – through various layers of mind. to the final one called “spirit.” As […]

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