Don’t get caught in a health emergency situation like stroke and remain clueless. Arm yourself with knowledge and save a life.
What exactly happens when one is diagnosed with diabetes? How does it affect one’s emotional well-being and the people around them?
Regardless of age and gender, every Filipino needs to know vital information about the dangers of stroke—the second leading cause of death in the Philippines.
Aside from romantic love, a great Valentine story can also come in the form of loving yourself — by taking care of your health and getting to know the second deadliest disease not only in the Philippines but also in the world: stroke.
‘For Your SweetHeart’ Ambassador Kim Atienza, Mom Whip Up Heart-Healthy, Diabetes-Friendly Christmas Meals
Filipinos will continue to celebrate the holiday season with merrymaking, Christmas carols (maybe sans the actual singing), exchanging of gifts, virtual get-togethers with family and friends and, of course, enjoy Noche Buena and Media Noche with a delectable holiday spread.
This year’s Christmas looks different as most households continue to shelter at home from the pandemic and set up holiday parties virtually for an added layer of caution without missing the festivities.
Amid the urgent focus on COVID-19, the medical industry has also raised the critical link between diabetes and heart disease as an important issue in saving lives.