The most dangerous period in a child’s life is during birth and shortly thereafter. One Filipino child per thirty births die before reaching age five.
On November 8, 2013, Typhoon Yolanda (international name: Haiyan), struck the Philippines. It is considered the most powerful storm to make landfall in recorded history.
Out of the Cubicle. Into Consumer Health Offices. ‘Welcome to GSK Consumer Healthcare. How can I help you?’ If you are like me, you probably
Breast Is Best August 1st to the 7th is World Breast Feeding Week. As a mom, I insisted on breast feeding my children. I remember
Drop. Cover. Hold. A 7.2 magnitude Earthquake struck Manilla and killed 52,000 at 10:30 AM on July 30th. That got your attention, didn’t it? Thankfully
OMG! Nosebleed! Say what?! I’m fine. My nose is not bleeding. It’s just a common Pinoy lingo. Okay, this blog is about Filipino culture and
Fundraising and Media Outreach To End Corporal Punishment and Prepare For Disasters: Do you agree with corporal punishment? Many of you may have been spanked
The recreational activity of swimming has been recorded since prehistoric times. Yes it really has. I did the research. The earliest recording of swimming dates
The Magic of Mindanao: Mindanao is the second largest and southernmost major island in the Philippines. Its population exceeds twenty million. Here is the greatest
A child’s life in the Philippines can be very challenging. Most are set free by their parents at the end of elementary school. Parents don’t
Today I got a real first hand experience of poverty. The Webster dictionary describes poverty as one who lacks the necessary food, money or material
Save The Children Here I Am to Be The Change I almost can’t believe I am here. I have to pinch myself. Its been quite