Monday, August 2, 2021

Defensil Isopropyl Alcohol Opens Store in Shopee and Lazada so you can BeSafe

12:12:00 PM

Today, I can say that one of the major items on my grocery list is the alcohol. The pandemic we're experiencing right now truly lift up the awareness in personal hygiene. Remember, kids often forget to wash their hands before eating now it is a must.

So, right now there's an interesting news from Defensil. I know you'll get excited to know this update from Defensil.

Defensil Isopropyl Alcohol launches official Shopee and Lazada stores so you can BeSafe NowDefensil Isopropyl Alcohol brings safety right to your doorstep as they launch their new Shopee and Lazada flagship stores.

More than a year in quarantine has made Filipinos anxious to go out, meet up with family and friends, andonce again do their favorite recreational activities and hobbies.

As the country continues to roll out its vaccination program, experts continue to remind us of theimportance of following health protocols to keep yourself and the people around you safe.

From regular washing of hands, maintaining physical distancing to always disinfecting with at least 70%alcohol solution, proper sanitation remains key to helping us prevent the spread of the virus – and thatincludes choosing the right rubbing alcohol to keep your hands free from germs, viruses, and bacteria.

Defensil Isopropyl Alcohol is recommended by the Philippine Society for Microbiology (PSM) as it kills99.9% of germs and starts to kill them on contact, so you can be protected while doing your regularactivities even amid the pandemic. It also provides you and your loved ones up to 12 hours of protectionwith constant use. Defensil 70% Isopropyl Alcohol is now available in its online stores in 60 mL, 250 mL,350mL, 500 mL, 1L, and 3.7 L or 1 GaL bottles.Defensil Isopropyl Alcohol brand ambassadors, Richard Gutierrez and Sarah Lahbati, who are parents totwo boys, Zion and Kai, shared how getting Defensil Isopropyl Alcohol online has been a big help to them.

“Right now, we do most of our shopping online for food, clothes, toys, and a lot more as we really think it’ssafer and minimizes risks, not just for us but for our kids as well. That’s why we got excited when weheard that Defensil has launched an online store. It has been such a big help as it allows us to safely andconveniently purchase isopropyl alcohol anytime, especially since we use it a lot even when we’re just athome,” shared Sarah.

Sarah also loves how the alcohol is hypo-allergenic and has moisturizing properties to keep her and herfamily’s hands from getting dry.

Be Safe Now and visit Defensil’s Shopee and Lazada flagship stores for all your isopropyl alcohol needs. For more information on how to stay protected, you may visit the Defensil Isopropyl Alcohol’s Facebook page at facebook.com/defensil.philippines.

Tuesday, July 27, 2021

World Vision with Celebrity Ambassador Jasmine Curtis-Smith calls to support a meaningful future for Filipino children in the “Back-to-School” campaign

7:34:00 AM

 World Vision Back To School Campaign with Jasmin Curtis-Smith

It's back to school again and it's still pandemic. Our kids' education is very important that is why distance learning is still pushed through with most of the parents agreeing on this. Education is really needed that is why, World Vision, one of the leading child-focused NGOs in the Philippines, launches its “Back-to-School” campaign to support Filipino children for the opening of the school year 2021-2022.

Due to the ongoing pandemic, the consequences of COVID-19 continue to affect many, especially those living in the most vulnerable conditions. Among those most heavily affected are children as the pandemic continues to disrupt their learning and development and makes education inaccessible to millions of students nationwide.-

Research conducted by World Vision revealed that since 2019, almost three million students have dropped out of school and that five in ten families lacked access to basic education. These problems have only worsened during the pandemic because of the limited avenues to learn. In the absence of face-to-face learning, online or remote methods have become the temporary norm, however, more than 38% of children in far-flung areas are unable to take advantage of this medium as they cannot afford the technological materials required.

In the face of these challenges, World Vision continues to believe that every child has the right to have access to quality education in these trying times through the “Back-to-School” campaign. The campaign hopes to not only raise enough money to sponsor learning materials for students but also highlight the need to create a more meaningful future for them.

“Despite the challenges posed by the pandemic, it is inspiring to see a number of most vulnerable children continue to have access to quality education. With your support to World Vision’s Back To School campaign, we can sustain their learning and help them reach their full potential. Together, we can look forward to a bright future,” said Mr. Rommel Fuerte, World Vision National Director.

Last year, World Vision’s “Back-to-School” campaign has helped 64,000 children by raising funds to provide school kits and printed modules for students in remote areas. This year, World Vision strives to help even more as they carry the same mission with the campaign’s Celebrity Ambassador Jasmine Curtis Smith and World Vision Advocate Scarlet Snow Belo.

“The pandemic has severely hindered many children’s opportunities to have a good education, but we’re hoping that World Vision’s ‘Back-to-School’ campaign could help them in any way and that everyone can find their reasons to support a child. This is a cause I really believe in, and I stand with World Vision in ensuring that these children reach their full potential through education,” said Jasmine Curtis Smith.

In line with the advocacy of the Back to School campaign, Jasmine Curtis-Smith recently donated to World Vision 1,500 children’s books that aim to educate kids on proper and secure use of the internet. The donated books will go to at least a thousand children in Malabon.

World Vision Celebrity Ambassador Jasmine Curtis-Smith donates books for World Vision
Help create a more meaningful future for our children by supporting World Vision’s Back-to-School campaign at https://wvph.co/OfficialPRB2S. For as low as Php 600, you can give students in remote areas the materials they need for their education, including school kits, printed modules, and gadgets for learning.

To know more about World Vision and its other initiatives, you may visit www.worldvision.org.ph or follow World Vision’s official social media pages /worldvisionph on Facebook, @worldvisionphl on Instagram, and @worldvisionph on Twitter.

About World Vision
World Vision is a Christian relief, development, and advocacy organization dedicated to working with children, their families, and communities to overcome poverty and injustice. Inspired by its Christian faith and values, it is dedicated to working with the world’s most vulnerable people. It serves and collaborates with all people regardless of religion, race, ethnicity, or gender.

About Self Care, Sanofi celebrates International Self Care Day with Power To Love Yourself Completely Online Event

7:20:00 AM

 Sanofi - Self Care

One of the phrases in our organization is somewhat similar to the campaign of Sanofi, SAVE ME and SELF CARE. It's like this how can you save or care for others if you yourself don't even want to save or care for it. So, I can say that it is similar. 

So, to celebrate International Self Care Day, Sanofi Philippines held an Instagram Live event called Power to Love Yourself Completely to discuss topics related to self care. Sanofi invited MommaNManila founder Michelle Aventajado and She Talks Asia Co-Founder and CEO Lynn Pinugo to talk about self care, with topics such as how to teach kids about self care, and how working millennials can take care of themselves while working from home.

In photo: Janeena Chan, Jill Lim, Group Brand Manager of Sanofi Consumer Healthcare, Mommy Mish of MommaNManila and Lynn Pinugo, Co-Founder of SheTalksAsia.

In line with the Global Self-Care Federation’s theme, #SelfCarePromise, the event also invited everyone to share their self care promises online, empowering the viewers to take the step towards taking care of themselves even in the smallest ways.

Promoting a holistic approach to health is a big part of Sanofi’s Panata, and encouraging others to practice self care is a part of this. Jill Ong-Lim, Group Brand Manager of Sanofi Consumer Healthcare shared, “We need to realize that self sare in itself is the goal. Not just for others, but just for yourself. ”

Janeena Chan moderated the discussion, sharing her own experience and tips for practicing self care. “Your reality is shaped within your mind, so as long as you know that you can get back up again, you’ll be okay.”

For Lynn Pinugo, it’s important that we know the difference between self soothing and self care. “Self soothing are those emergency routines that we do when we’re feeling bad, while self care are the things that you do so you build emotional agility. For self care, it’s the things you do so you don’t gas out, it’s more for the long term.”

As a mom, Michelle Aventajado also pointed out that self care can be anything simple. “Self care can be so many things. For me, it’s waking up early enough and having quiet time for myself, reading my bible and drinking coffee. For me, it’s to rest when I’m tired, stop when I’m overwhelmed, pause and reflect. And when my kids see me doing that, I’m setting an example.”

The event was attended by over 100 participants who shared their own self care promises via the comments section.

Sanofi Philippines encourages everyone to make their own self care promises via selfcarepromise.org and share them on Instagram, tagging @sanofi.ph, with the hashtags #SelfCarePromise, #ISCD21, and #HealthierPhilippines.

Watch the video here: https://www.instagram.com/tv/CRqhk6KHr5c/

Sunday, July 25, 2021

5 Tips and Things To Consider When Hunting Houses, Condos, Apartments, or Room for Rent in Seattle

11:41:00 AM


Seattle or The Emerald City is one of the affordable cities to live in, but of course, this depends on where you're basing it. Compared to other cities in the US, living in Seattle is affordable, particularly for families searching for a place to settle.

Also, if you're a coffee-lover, it would be great to know that this is the home of the first Starbucks. So, the smell of freshly brewed coffee in the morning can sure liven your day.

Anyway, we all know that starting life in a big city like Seattle would entail a starting capital. So, it's much better to begin your life by simply renting first. In this way, you get to adjust yourself to the city and your spending habit.

To help you search for Seattle's affordable rents, here are some of the tips I can share with you.

1. Decide where to settle first. Try to find out first where or what part of Seattle you want or intend to live. It applies to wherever you want to live. The good thing with today's technology is that there are websites to check about a specific area. For this instance, it's Seattle. If you want to know details about Seattle, check it here at www.seattle.gov or visit seattle.org.

2. Research online, it's faster. Just consider different aspects when searching for your dream location, like proximity to the workplace, to school if you have kids and other necessities. A website like Zumper gives you a more detailed listing. All you need to do is have an account with Zumper so you can immediately find a listing that matches your needs. According to Zumper, there are more renters than household owners, with an average of 53% for the renters-occupied households while the owner-occupied houses are about 47%. It only shows that the rents on this place are in demand. You will have a hard time locating one that will matter to you.

3. Scout on foot. Though driving is much faster and convenient, a walk in the neighborhood can still give you more advantages of finding your house for rent. Sometimes the best places are not easy to find, so you have to put some effort into checking all parts of the neighborhood. Plus, you get to vibe the community if it feels right in settling on that specific neighborhood.

4. Always think about your family's needs. So, if you're searching for a house or a condo, always prioritize the safety of your family. Always find a unit that will suit your family size. You can also include in your consideration if someone in the family has particular needs.5

5. Immediately get in touch with the owner. By simply expressing your intention to rent the place will give you an edge in closing the deal. Yes, there are 1,305 apartments for rent in Seattle, with a median rent of $1,595.00, which only means an abundance of places for rent, but having a perfect apartment for your family, you'll need to be fast.

I hope these bits of information may help in your hunt, but some figures vary from time to time, so always check out the listings in Seattle to be updated.

Saturday, July 24, 2021

JobStreet reveals workforce’s view on upskilling, launches “Job To Cart” event for easier job seeking amidst recovery

3:40:00 PM


With the growing demand for new and relevant skills, leading online job portal JobStreet reveals key findings on the Filipino workforce’s view on reskilling, upskilling, and digital learning from their recent Decoding Global Talent Survey.

When it comes to upskilling, 77% of Filipino employees are willing to be retrained for a different job as needed, according to JobStreet’s Decoding Global Talent Survey released last May. This is even higher among blue collar workers at 82%.

The growing number of workers who value upskilling or retraining and acquiring multiple skills can be attributed to the need for job security. As the pandemic has changed the work landscape, candidates are more willing to learn additional or new skills to be able to remain efficient in their jobs during the quarantine economy.

“Job roles are transforming faster than ever and both hirers and candidates must understand the need for upskilling for them to be more competitive and employable, respectively. Besides, it sustains a culture of learning in the workplace, hence improving overall productivity and resiliency at the time of crisis,” shared JobStreet Philippines Country Manager Philip Gioca.

The same survey reveals that Filipino workers’ learning preferences are still traditional with On-the-Job Training at 70% shown as the most preferred way of upskilling, followed by Self-study at 63%, and Conferences and Seminars at 56%.

Job resiliency

Aside from the number of employees who are willing to learn additional skills, the report also features higher-risk and lower-risk jobs in terms of resiliency due to automation.

JobStreet recommends for companies to build plans to expand the skills of their workers especially those in Customer Service, Service Sector, Administration and Secretariat, and Arts and Creative Work, which are at higher risk.

Meanwhile, employees in lower-risk jobs such as Management, Engineering and Technical, Science and Research, Law, Health and Medicine, Social Care, IT and Technology, and Digitalization and Automation are also recommended to upskill or be trained to stay relevant.

“We can see that automation has become a key factor in the workplace, so it is an advantage to learn digital skills regardless of your job role,” Gioca added.

Making job seeking easier amidst recovery

While economic recovery is on the horizon, JobStreet understands that applying for jobs remains a challenge among Filipino candidates. To help jobseekers, JobStreet’s “Job To Cart” online event is providing applicants with thousands of career opportunities nationwide.

Happening from July 26 to 30, “Job To Cart” gives participants a variety of career choices over its five day run, with applications done through easy-to-use chatbots and live chat features with participating employers.

Day 1 will be dedicated to Luzon-based jobs, then on Day 2, available positions from Visayas-Mindanao jobs will be added. Day 3 is launching entry-level jobs, while Day 4 introduces overseas opportunities, and Day 5 opens government support and services.

Candidates can also catch JobStreet’s Facebook Live Shows, featuring special musical guests Fighting Monday, Reese Lansangan, and The Juans. Guests will also talk about their experiences in job searching and working in an office. With the help of hosts Show Suzuki and Bea Benedicto, JobStreet will also present job vacancies that are up for grabs through “Job To Cart” during the livestream.

“Job To Cart is an effort that aims to make applying for jobs a more entertaining activity just as how much we Filipinos enjoy online shopping. Hopefully, through this online event, we are able to help more candidates rebuild their careers and find a job that matters to them,” said Gioca.

Job seekers can pre-register now through http://jobstreet.com.ph/vcf-21.

To learn more about Job To Cart, visit jobstreet.com.ph or log on to facebook.com/JobStreetPhilippines.

About JobStreet
JobStreet is a leading online job board presently covering the employment markets in Malaysia, Singapore, Philippines, Indonesia and Vietnam. JobStreet currently services over 230,000 corporate hirers and over 15 million jobseekers in its database.

Thursday, July 22, 2021

The Nominees for the 34th Star Awards For TV

11:18:00 PM


The Philippine Movie Press Club (PMPC) has officially released the nominees for the upcoming 34th Star Awards For Television. Check out the names of your favorite actors or actresses who are on the list of nominees in different categories. Aside from the usual nominations, this year, PMPC will be awarding a few personalities in the entertainment industry that have given color to Filipino Showbiz.

This year, PMPC will award the Ading Fernando Lifetime Achievement Award to the King of Talk, Boy Abunda and the Excellence in Broadcasting Award will be given to one of the veteran broadcast journalists Korina Sanchez.

With the restrictions and health protocols, PMPC, with the leadership of Roldan F. Castro, will be holding the 34th Star Awards for Television through a Virtual Awarding ceremony. The date and time will be announced soon.

This year's PMPC Star Awards for Television is thankful to the CEO and President of Beautederm, Rei Anicoche Tan, for sponsoring the Star Awards for TV trophies.

Here is the list of nominees and special awards.


  • ABS-CBN 2
  • GMA 7
  • IBC 13
  • NET 25
  • PTV 4
  • TV 5
  • UNTV 37
  • FPJ's Ang Probinsyano ( ABS-CBN 2)
  • Love of My Life ( GMA 7)
  • One of the Baes (GMA 7)
  • Pamilya Ko (ABS-CBN 2)
  • Starla (ABS-CBN 2)
  • The Gift ( GMA 7)
  • The Killer Bride (ABS-CBN 2)

  • Bilangin Ang Bituin Sa Langit ( GMA 7)
  • Dahil Sa Pag - ibig ( GMA 7)
  • Hanggang Sa Dulo Ng Buhay Ko ( GMA 7)
  • Madrasta (GMA 7)
  • Magkaagaw ( GMA 7)
  • Prima Donnas ( GMA 7)
  • Sandugo ( ABS-CBN 2)
  • Coney Reyes (Love of My Life/GMA 7)
  • Jennylyn Mercado ( Descendants of the Sun/ GMA 7)
  • Judy Ann Santos ( Starla/ ABS CBN 2)
  • Maja Salvador ( The Killer Bride/ ABS CBN 2)
  • Nora Aunor (Bilangin Ang Bituin Sa Langit/ GMA 7)
  • Sunshine Dizon (Magkaagaw/GMA 7)
  • Sylvia Sanchez ( Pamilya Ko/ ABS CBN 2)
  • Alden Richards (The Gift/GMA 7)
  • Coco Martin (FPJ's Ang Probinsyano/ ABS-CBN 2)
  • Dingdong Dantes (Descendants of the Sun/ GMA 7)
  • Jeric Gonzales (Magkaagaw/ GMA 7)
  • JM de Guzman ( Pamilya Ko/ ABS-CBN 2)
  • Joey Marquez ( Pamilya Ko/ ABS-CBN 2)
  • Joshua Garcia ( The Killer Bride/ ABS-CBN 2)
  • Aiko Melendez (Primadonnas/ GMA 7)
  • Angel Aquino (FPJ's Ang Probinsiyano/ABS-CBN 2)
  • Cherry Pie Picache ( Sandugo/ ABS-CBN 2)
  • Irma Adlawan ( Pamilya Ko/ ABS-CBN 2)
  • Isabel Rivas ( Bilangin Ang Bituin Sa Langit/ GMA 7)
  • Lorna Tolentino ( FPJ's Ang Probinsyano/ ABS-CBN 2)
  • Vina Morales ( Sandugo/ ABS-CBN 2)

  • Gabby Eigenmann (Bilangin Ang Bituin Sa Langit /GMA 7)
  • Gardo Versoza ( Sandugo/ ABS-CBN 2)
  • Jaime Fabregas ( FPJ's Ang Probinsyano/ ABS-CBN 2)
  • Joel Torre ( Starla / ABS-CBN 2)
  • Michael de Mesa ( FPJ's Ang Probinsyano/ ABS-CBN 2)
  • Roderick Paulate ( One of the Baes/ GMA 7)
  • Rocco Nacino ( Descendants of the Sun/ GMA 7)

  • Charles Jacob Briz/ The Gift/ GMA 7)
  • Enzo Pelojero (Starla / ABS-CBN)
  • Euwenn Mikael Aleta (Hanggang Sa Dulo Ng Buhay Ko ( GMA 7)
  • Jana Agoncillo (Starla / ABS-CBN)
  • Kenken Nuyad ( Parasite Island/ ABS-CBN 2)
  • Raikko Mateo ( Pamilya Ko/ ABS-CBN)
  • Yuan Francisco ( The Better Woman / GMA 7)

  • Abdul Raman (All-Out Sundays/GMA 7)
  • Allen Ansay ( Buhay Kapalit ng Alak/ Magpakailanman/GMA 7)
  • Dan Delgado ( It's Showtime/ABS-CBN 2)
  • Jerick Dolormente (All-Out Sundays/GMA 7)
  • Jin Macapagal ( It's Showtime/ABS-CBN 2)
  • Joaquin Domagoso (All-Out Sundays/GMA 7)
  • Kim de Leon (All-Out Sundays/GMA 7)
  • Radson Flores (All-Out Sundays/GMA 7)
  • Ron Macapagal ( It’s Showtime/ ABS-CBN 2)
  • Wize Estabillo ( It's Showtime/ABS-CBN 2)

  • Angela Alarcon ( Beautiful Justice/ GMA 7)
  • Chantal Videla ( Starla/ ABS-CBN 2)
  • Faye Lorenzo ( Bubble Gang/ GMA 7)
  • Gillian Vicencio ( Colored Pens/ MMK/ ABS-CBN 2)
  • Kaori Oinuma ( Mata/ MMK/ ABS-CBN 2)
  • Rere Madrid (Tanging Ina Ng Lahat: The Amelia Calma Story/ Magpakailanman/ GMA 7)
  • Shayne Sava ( All-Out Sundays/ GMA 7)
  • Thea Astley (All-Out Sundays/GMA 7)

  • Alessandra de Rossi (Sisters At War/Tadhana/GMA 7)
  • Glaiza de Castro ( Sino AngBaliw/ Magpakailanman/ GMA 7)
  • Jane de Leon ( Medal/MMK/ ABS-CBN 2)
  • Janice de Belen ( Mata/ MMK/ ABS-CBN 2)
  • Jasmine Curtis ( Sex Slave/ Tadhana/ GMA 7)
  • Julia Barretto ( Colored Pens/MMK/ ABS-CBN 2)
  • Sunshine Dizon (Magkano Ang Forever/ Tadhana/ GMA 7)

  • Cris Villanueva (Ilog/ Maalaala Mo Kaya/ ABS-CBN 2 )
  • Dennis Trillo ( OFW Most Wanted/ Magpakailanman/ GMA 7)
  • Joshua Garcia (Tren/MMK/ ABS-CBN 2)
  • Ogie Alcasid ( Flyers/ MMK/ ABS-CBN 2)
  • Ruru Madrid ( Adik Sayo/ Magpakailanman/ GMA 7)
  • Seth Fedelin ( Ilog/ Maalaala Mo Kaya/ ABS-CBN 2)
  • Sid Lucero (Mural/Maalaala Mo Kaya/ ABS-CBN 2)

  • Healing Galing (TV 5)
  • Imbestigador (GMA 7)
  • Mission Possible (ABS-CBN 2)
  • My Puhunan (ABS-CBN 2)
  • Salamat Dok (ABS-CBN 2)
  • SOCO (ABS-CBN 2)
  • Wish Ko Lang (GMA 7)

  • Alvin Elchico and Bernadette Sembrano (Salamat Dok/ABS-CBN 2)
  • Edinell Calvario (Healing Galing/TV 5)
  • Gus Abelgas (SOCO/ABS-CBN 2)
  • Julius Babao (Mission Possible/ABS-CBN 2)
  • Karen Davila (My Puhunan/ABS-CBN 2)
  • Mike Enriquez (Imbestigador/GMA 7)
  • Vicky Morales (Wish Ko Lang/GMA 7)

  • Banana Sundae (ABS-CBN 2)
  • Daddy's Gurl (GMA 7)
  • Home Sweetie Home: Extra Sweet (ABS-CBN 2
  • Pepito Manaloto (GMA 7)
  • Bayani Agbayani (Home Sweetie Home: Extra Sweet/ ABS-CBN 2)
  • Jayson Gainza (Banana Sundae/ABS-CBN 2)
  • Luis Manzano (Home Sweetie Home:Extra Sweet/ABS-CBN 2)
  • Michael V. ( Bubble Gang/ GMA 7)
  • Pooh (Banana Sundae/ABS-CBN 2)
  • Vic Sotto (Daddy's Gurl/GMA 7)
  • Vhong Navarro (Home Sweetie Home:Extra Sweet/ABS-CBN 2)

  • Angelica Panganiban (Banana Sundae/ABS-CBN 2)
  • Alex Gonzaga (Home Sweetie Home:Extra Sweet/ABS-CBN 2)
  • Maine Mendoza (Daddy's Gurl/GMA 7)
  • Manilyn Reynes (Pepito Manaloto/GMA 7)
  • Nova Villa (Pepito Manaloto/GMA 7)
  • Pokwang (Banana Sundae/ABS-CBN 2)
  • Toni Gonzaga (Home Sweetie Home: Extra Sweet/ABS-CBN 2)

  • Dear Uge (GMA 7)
  • Ipaglaban Mo (ABS-CBN 2)
  • Karelasyon (GMA 7)
  • Magpakailanman (GMA 7)
  • Maynila GMA 7)
  • Tadhana (GMA 7)
  • Wagas (GMA News TV)

  • Letters and Music (Net 25)
  • SMAC Pinoy Ito (IBC 13)
  • Young Once Upon A Time (NET 25)

  • All-Out Sundays (GMA 7)
  • Ask TV (IBC 13)
  • It's Showtime (ABS-CBN 2)
  • Sunday Pinasaya (GMA 7)
  • The Boobay and Tekla Show (GMA 7)
  • Wowowin (GMA 7)

  • Amy Perez (It's Showtime/ABS-CBN 2)
  • Anne Curtis (It's Showtime/ABS-CBN 2)
  • Karylle (It's Showtime/ ABS-CBN 2)
  • Maine Mendoza (Eat Bulaga/ GMA 7)
  • Pia Guanio (Eat Bulaga/GMA 7)
  • Regine Velasquez (ASAP Natin 'To/ABS-CBN 2)
  • Sarah Geronimo (ASAP Natin 'To/ABS-CBN 2)

  • Alden Richards ( Eat Bulaga/ GMA 7)
  • Gary Valenciano (ASAP Natin 'To/ABS-CBN 2)
  • Luis Manzano (ASAP Natin'To/ABS-CBN 2)
  • Martin Nievera (ASAP Natin 'To/ABS-CBN 2)
  • Ogie Alcasid (ASAP Natin 'To/ABS-CBN 2)
  • Paolo Ballesteros ( Eat Bulaga/ GMA 7)
  • Vice Ganda (It's Showtime/ABS-CBN 2)
  • Vic Sotto (Eat Bulaga/GMA 7)

  • Aha (GMA 7 )
  • Born To Be Wild (GMA 7)
  • Idol Sa Kusina (GMA 7)
  • Matanglawin (ABS-CBN 2)
  • Med Talk (CNN Philippines)
  • Pinas Sarap (GMA News TV)
  • Sports U (ABS CBN 2)

  • Boy Logro and Chynna Ortaleza (Idol Sa Kusina/GMA 7)
  • Drew Arellano (Aha/GMA 7)
  • Dyan Castillejo (Sports U/ABS-CBN 2)
  • Dingdong Dantes (Amazing Earth/GMA 7)
  • Dr. Ferdie Recio and Dr. Nielsen Donato (Born To Be Wild/GMA 7)
  • Kara David (Pinas Sarap/ GMA News TV)
  • Kim Atienza (Matanglawin/ABS-CBN 2)

  • Gandang Gabi Vice (ABS-CBN 2)
  • Magandang Buhay (ABS-CBN 2)
  • Mars Pa More (GMA 7)
  • Moments (NET 25)
  • Profile (CNN Philippines)
  • Sarap ‘Di Ba? (GMA 7)
  • Tonight With Boy Abunda (ABS-CBN 2)

  • Boy Abunda ( Tonight With Boy Abunda/ ABS-CBN)
  • Camille Prats, Iya Villania ( Mars Pa More/ GMA )
  • Carmina Villarroel, Cassy Legaspi, Mavy Legaspi (Sarap ‘Di Ba?/ GMA 7)
  • Gladys Reyes (Moments/ NET 25)
  • Jolina Magdangal, Karla Estrada and Melai Cantiveros (Magandang Buhay/ABS-CBN 2)
  • Mitzi Borromeo (Profile/CNN Philippines)
  • Vice Ganda (Gandang Gabi Vice/ABS-CBN 2)

  • #No Filter (ABS-CBN 2 )
  • Brigada/GMA News TV)
  • CNN Philippines Presents (CNN Philippines)
  • I -Witness (GMA 7)
  • Local Legends (ABS-CBN 2)
  • Reporter’s Notebook (GMA 7)
  • The Atom Araullo Special (GMA 7)

  • Abner Mercado (#No Filter/ABS CBN 2)
  • Atom Araullo (The Atom Araullo Special/GMA 7)
  • Kara David (Brigada/GMA News TV)
  • Maki Pulido,Jun Veneracion (Reporter’s Notebook/GMA 7)
  • Pinky Webb (CNN Philippines Presents/CNN Philippines)
  • Raffy Tima, Howie Severino,Atom Araullo,Kara David,Sandra Aguinaldo (I-Witness/GMA 7)

  • Daig Kayo Ng Lola Ko (GMA 7)
  • Parasite Island (ABS-CBN 2)
  • The Haunted ( ABS-CBN 2)

  • Ang Pinaka (GMA News TV)
  • Byaheng Langit/Kasangga Mo Ang Langit (PTV 4)
  • Good News Kasama Si Vicky Morales (GMA News TV)
  • I Juander (GMA News TV)
  • Kapuso Mo, Jessica Soho (GMA 7)
  • Rated K (ABS-CBN 2)

  • Jessica Soho (Kapuso Mo Jessica Soho/GMA 7)
  • Korina Sanchez-Roxas (Rated K/ABS-CBN 2)
  • Rey Langit & JR Langit (Biyaheng Langit/Kasangga Mo Ang Langit/ PTV 4)
  • Rovilson Fernandez (Ang Pinaka/GMA News TV)
  • Susan Enriquez and Cesar Apolinario (I Juander/GMA News TV)
  • Vicky Morales,Bea Binene,Love Anover,Maey Bautista, Jay Arcilla (Good News Kasama Si Vicky Morales/GMA News TV)

  • 24 Oras (GMA 7)
  • Aksyon (TV 5)
  • Bandila (ABS-CBN 2 )
  • Balitaan (CNN Philippines)
  • Balitanghali (GMA News TV)
  • Saksi (GMA 7)
  • State Of The Nation (GMA News TV)
  • TV Patrol (ABS-CBN 2 )

  • Alvin Elchico (TV Patrol Weekend/ABS-CBN 2)
  • Arnold Clavio ( Saksi/GMA 7)
  • Julius Babao (Bandila/ABS CBN 2)
  • Mike Enriquez (24 Oras/GMA 7)
  • Noli De Castro (TV Patrol/ABS CBN 2)
  • Raffy Tima (Balitanghali/ GMA News TV)
  • Ted Failon (TV Patrol/ABS-CBN 2)

  • Bernadette Sembrano (TV Patrol/ABS-CBN 2)
  • Jessica Soho (State Of The NatIon/ GMA News TV)
  • Karen Davila (Bandila/ ABS-CBN 2)
  • Luchi Cruz Valdes (Aksyon/ TV 5)
  • Mel Tiangco (24 Oras/GMA 7)
  • Pinky Webb (Balitaan/CNN Philippines) Vicky Morales (24 Oras/GMA 7)

  • Bagong Pilipinas ( PTV 4)
  • Good Morning Kuya (UNTV 37)
  • Pambansang Almusal/NET 25)
  • Umagang Kay Ganda/ABS-CBN 2)
  • Unang Hirit (GMA 7)

  • Arnold Clavio, Connie Sison, Susan Enriquez, Nathaniel Cruz, Lyn Ching- Pascual, Suzie Entrata- Abrera, Ivan Mayrina, Lhar Santiago, Mariz Umali, Love Anover (Unang Hirit/ GMA 7)
  • Anthony Taberna, Jorge Cariño,Gretchen Ho, Amy Perez, Winnie Cordero, Ariella Arida, Jeff Canoy, Kori Quintos, Tina Marasigan, Bryan Termulo and Ariel Ureta (Umagang Kay Ganda/ABS-CBN 2)
  • Daniel Razon, Angela Lagunzad, Angelo ‘Diego’ Castro III, Rheena Villamor, Barba-Cabodil-De Vera, Dr. Joseph Lee and Dr. Bong Santiago (Good Morning Kuya/UNTV 37)
  • Dianne Medina, Alfonso “Fifi” delos Santos, Diane, Querrer, Jules Guiang, Karla Paderna, and Chichi Atienza Valdepenas (Bagong Pilipinas/ PTV 4)
  • Earlo Bringas, Phoebe ,Publico, Kristel Fesalbon, Genesis Gomez, Wej Cudiamat (Pambansang Almusal/NET 25)

  • Bawal Ang Pasaway Kay Mareng Winnie (GMA News TV)
  • CNN' s Sport's Desk (CNN Phil.)
  • Get It Straight With Daniel Razon (UNTV 37)
  • On The Record (CNN Philippines)
  • Sa Ganang Mamamayan (Net 25)
  • The Bottomline (ABS-CBN 2)
  • The Source (CNN Philippines)

  • Andrei Felix ( CNN' s Sport's Desk/ CNN Phils.)
  • Boy Abunda (The Bottomline/ABS-CBN 2)
  • Daniel Razon (Get It Straight With Daniel Razon/UN TV 37)
  • Pinky Webb (The Source/CNN Philippines)
  • Rodante Marcoleta and Gen Subardiaga (Sa Ganang Mamamayan/Net 25)
  • Ruth Cabal (On The Record/ CNN Philippines)
  • Winnie Monsod (Bawal Ang Pasaway Kay Mareng Winnie/GMA News TV)

  • Biyahe Ni Drew/GMA News TV)
  • Cooltura ( IBC 13)
  • G Diaries(ABS-CBN 2)

  • Drew Arellano (Biyahe Ni Drew/Gma News TV)
  • Enny Lopez (G Diaries/ABS-CBN 2)
  • Kevin Lapena, Kris Tiffany Janson (Cooltora/ IBC 13)

  • Glow Up (GMA News TV)
  • Loving What You Do (GMA News TV)
  • Pop Talk ( GMA News TV)
  • Taste Buddies (GMA News TV)

  • Dianne Medina (Loving What You Do/GMA News TV)
  • Solenn Heussaff and Gil Cuerva (Taste Buddies/GMA News TV)
  • Tonipet Gaba( Pop Talk/ GMA News TV)
  • Winwyn Marquez, Thia Thomalla and Michelle Dee (Glow Up/GMA News TV)

  • ASOP (UNTV 37)
  • The Clash (GMA 7)

  • Julie Anne San Jose, Rayver Cruz (The Clash/GMA 7)
  • Luis Manzano (I Can See Your Voice /ABS-CBN 2)
  • Toni Rose Gayda and Richard Reynoso (ASOP/UNTV 37)

  • Anong Say Nyo? (Net 25)
  • Kid Kwento (Net 25)
  • KNC Show (UNTV 37)
  • Talents Academy (IBC 13)

  • Anastacia Paronda, Candice Ayesha Paronda,Madisen Go, Gracelle Joace Jimenez, Sedrick Ganolon (Talents Academy/IBC 13)
  • Christian Daniel Isip, Christian Luke Alarcon, Eric Cabobos,Lexter Manalanzan, Marcos Joaquin Paler, Bency Braine Vallo, David Soriano, Leane Manalanzan, Liana Rose Manalanzan, Percida Capulong, Kimberly Enriquez, and Angelica Tejana (KNC Show/UNTV 37)
  • Dj Albert (Anong Say Nyo?/ Net 25)
  • Sally Lopez (Kid Kwento/ Net 25)

  • Mr. Boy Abunda

  • Ms. Korina Sanchez - Roxas

  • Seth Fedelin and Andrea Brillantes (SETHDREA ) (Kadenang Ginto/ ABS-CBN 2)


8:06:00 AM

The sinister story of three teenage robbers in “Tenement 66,” which is representing the Philippines in South Korea’s Bucheon International Fantastic Film Festival, is set to stream all over the world on iWantTFC, KTX.ph, and TFC IPTV beginning this July 23. It will also be available in the Philippines via SKY Pay-Per-View and Cignal Cable Pay-Per-View.

Helmed by critically acclaimed director Rae Red, the suspense thriller stars Francis Magundayao, Noel Comia Jr., and Francine Diaz as three teenagers who are mercilessly held hostage after breaking into an old man’s apartment.

In the hopes of escaping their miserable lives in the tenement, Lea (Francine) connives with her neighbors Teban (Francis) and Ron-Ron (Noel) into robbing Nando’s (Lou Veloso) suspicious unit after she witnessed the old man steal a large amount of money. Teban, who is looking to start anew after being released from prison due to theft, initially refuses Lea’s bribe but agrees later on in a desperate attempt to pay for his sick brother’s hospital bills.

As Lea, Teban, and Ron-Ron force their way into Nando’s eerie unit, they unexpectedly face a violent stand-off against evil criminals who viciously torment them and hold them hostage.

Will they be able to escape the gruesome situation that they got themselves into?

Co-produced by iWantTFC, Dreamscape Entertainment, and Epic Media, the movie had its international premiere at the 25th Bucheon International Fantastic Film Festival under the Bucheon Choice category. It also stars Jess Mendoza, Topper Fabregas, Raffy Tejada, Martha Comia, and Ross Pesigan.

Viewers worldwide can purchase their tickets on iWantTFC’s website (iwanttfc.com) or mobile app for Android users, KTX.ph, and TFC IPTV for P249 or US$ 4.99, and in the Philippines via SKY Pay-Per-View and Cignal Cable Pay-Per-View for P250. Access to the film will be valid for 48 hours only.

Don’t miss the worldwide premiere of “Tenement 66” on iWantTFC, KTX.ph, TFC IPTV, SKY Pay-Per-View, and Cignal Cable Pay-Per-View on July 23. For updates, follow @abscbnpr on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram or visit abscbnpr.com.

Wednesday, July 21, 2021

Peri-Peri Got Its New Signature Peri Grupo Bundle Is Your New House Party Treat

7:10:00 AM


I really forgot when was the last time that I and my family dined at Peri-Peri. This pandemic has indeed given us very challenging days, but of course, we all should be optimistic about the things to come. For this wonderful treat of Peri-Peri, I'm pretty everyone in the family would love to eat again at this restaurant. Anyway here's what it is all about.

Dining at Peri-Peri just got more exciting and more satisfying with its Signature Peri Grupo Meal! Along with your favorite flavorful Peri-Peri treats, you also get P581 savings or 34% off in this bundle.

The Signature Peri Grupo Meal bundle lets you #exPERIenceflavors as it includes 1 Whole Peri-Peri Charcoal Chicken, cooked to perfection in Peri-Peri’s charcoal grill and you have a choice of either Classic or Picante for your preferred spiciness. In addition, enjoy 1 Carbonara with Bread Sticks to share with your friends or family and they’ll surely love you for this special treat. Grab a fresh Sebastian Salad for your green-fixins, 4 Java Rice to load up your bellies, 4 regular sides of your choice, and 1.5L Coke for a refreshing finish.The #SignaturePeriGrupo meal is good for up to 4 people and ideal for any celebration. Serve it on your next meal or your next party and delight on great memories at home made even better with Peri-Peri’s delectable eats.

Pick up your phones and dial their easy-to-remember hotline 7374-7374 (PERI-PERI) or visit www.periperichicken.ph to order. #PeriPeriOnTimeOrOnUs

#LetYourFlavorAdventureBegin in Peri-Peri Charcoal Chicken & Grill with more than 40 branches in Metro and Mega Manila. Like and follow our social media accounts: www.facebook.com/PeriPeriCharcoalChicken, https://www.instagram.com/pericharcoalph/ or join the Viber Community https://tinyurl.com/PeriPeriViberCommunity for latest updates & promos.

Sunday, July 18, 2021

“LoveTeam Stream”: Be the third love team on the “Love At First Stream” movie

9:01:00 AM


Guys this is interesting! Read the whole story below and get to know why!

Things just got more exciting for movie fans and the whole Kumunity! Star Cinema, the Philippines’ biggest film production outfit, and kumu, the country’s leading social entertainment app and live streaming platform, collaborate for the upcoming Cathy Garcia-Molina film, ‘Love At First Stream.’ What’s more, two lucky Kumunizens have a shot at becoming the third love team in the movie. By joining the “LoveTeam Stream” kumu Campaign, one romantic duo will have their chance to be featured in “Love At First Stream”. That’s right, one Kumunizen pair will have a special guest appearance at the upcoming movie.

The power to decide rests in the Kumunity’s hands as the campaign officially opens, from July 16 to 26, 2021.

Top billed by today’s rising love teams such as KaoRhys—comprised of Kaori Oinuma and Rhys Miguel, and DanThony—comprised of Daniela Stranner and Anthony Jennings, ‘Love At First Stream’ is about the new normal, where life is digital. The movie partnership is set to be a first in Philippine cinema history, where audiences can participate and even decide the new talents to be featured.

The “LoveTeam Stream” is the first interactive digital project for “Love At First Stream”. It is open to all kumu users 18+ years old and above, based in the Philippines.

As an official kumu Campaign, standard campaign mechanics apply, where livestreamers must collect the specific virtual gifts to build up their diamond value. Only the diamonds from the “LoveTeam Stream” virtual gifts will be counted in the leaderboard. At the end of the campaign period, the streamers with the highest diamond count win the tier prizes of the campaign.

However, there is a slight twist- A love team duo must live stream together as an official pair, represented by one kumu account, or device. Only one representative account will be counted in the leaderboard; official winners must be a love team pair and kumu users. There is also a special consent form to be signed by the representative participantComplete details of the “LoveTeam Stream” kumu Campaign can be found on the campaign’s official in-app page.

The exclusive “LoveTeam Stream” virtual gifts are “Chocolates”, “Cupid”, “Date” and “Love Team.” With them, the Kumunity can cast their choice for which love team they want to shoot to stardom. By sending virtual gifts to their love team of choice, the Kumunity not only shows their support for the pair, but also increases their chances of winning. By the end of the campaign period, the loveteam pair with the highest diamond value will be the third loveteam to be guest-featured in “Love At First Stream.”

The “LoveTeam Stream” is one of the most exciting kumu Campaigns to date! It is a real chance for kumu users and streamers to live their movie dreams. Because so long as you are with the Kumunity, we make dreams come true.

The “LoveTeam Stream” kumu Campaign is officially open from July 16 to 26, 2021. More details can be found in the campaign’s in-app page. Follow the official Star Cinema account (@starcinema) in the app to get more “Love At First Stream” content and updates. Also, be sure to subscribe to all our social media channels for all the latest updates. Follow @kumu.ph on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter now. You can also check out the kumu blog for all the latest happenings in the Kumunity.

Don’t have the kumu app yet? It’s easy! Download the app at Google Play or the App Store, and start adding to cart! Visit our website kumu.ph for more information and insights into the exciting world of kumu.

Saturday, July 17, 2021

Join foodpanda's Tap Tap Hooray FB Group for Fun, Games, and Promos

1:29:00 AM


Have you heard of the Tap Tap Hooray FB Group? Well, if not you are missing something, aside from the promos that the group will be sharing with its members, the group will also have lots of fun and games. These will be provided by its moderators. So for sure, each day in the group will be exciting, and you'll be expecting something. 

So what do you need to do? Just simply join the FB Group of Tap Tap Hooray. You'll be answering some questions that will be your ticket to join the group. After that and once you're in. It's a fun group! 

That's why #tapmonayan!!!!

Thursday, July 15, 2021

Discover Your Next Budol Purchases on #ShopeeFinds, Your One-Stop Shop for Trending Items

11:35:00 PM


Who doesn’t love a good budol find? Sometimes, what makes shopping fun and exciting is stumbling upon the best deals while browsing, or discovering new favorites while following the wisdom of the crowd on social media.

To make budol shopping easier than ever, Shopee has rounded up some of the most in-demand, trending items on one page: Shopee Finds! From funky fashion ‘fits to stylish home decor, you can now access popular items across different categories by simply scrolling through Shopee Finds. To check it out, simply type in Shopee Finds on Shopee’s search bar, then click on the #ShopeeFinds banner.

Here are some of the trending items you’ll see on Shopee Finds:

Tiktok Made me Buy It

If you lurk on Tiktok home improvement videos, you’ve definitely met the Deerma Cordless Vacuum. It’s a lightweight wireless gadget that can be assembled into a mite remover and vacuum cleaner. Tweak the settings to choose between resonance beating, ultraviolet light, or large suction.

Find more Tiktok favorites here: https://shopee.ph/m/shopee-finds#tiktok

Team Kahoy Finds

For ardent Team Kahoy advocates on Home Buddies, trade-in your alarm clock for this aesthetically pleasing Wooden Digital Alarm Clock. It features a voice control function, a clear LED display, three levels of brightness, and most importantly, a loudness of 70-80 dB.

Find more Team Kahoy favorites here: https://shopee.ph/m/shopee-finds#home

Be Selfie-Ready

Level up your mirror selfies with this gorgeous Puff Sleeve Backless Dress. You’ll look right on trend with cute details such as big sleeves and its backless design. This dress is made of soft and comfy polyester.

Find more fashion favorites here: https://shopee.ph/m/shopee-finds#trending

#Brewdol Finds

Coffee aficionados, you’ll definitely love this Torani Sugar-Free Syrup. Brew coffee shop-worthy drinks right at home by mixing in flavors such as vanilla, salted caramel, hazelnut, and almond roca. Best part is, you won’t have to worry about the calories!

Find more #Brewdol favorites here: https://shopee.ph/m/shopee-finds#trending

Become a Fitspiration

Scrolling through fitspiration content on social media? Time to get off your phone and on this Indoor Spinning Bike! This supports up to 230kg and measures 85cm x 45 cm x 110 cm. Use it to stretch your legs after a long day at work, or for a more hardcore workout on weekends.

Find more fitness favorites here: https://shopee.ph/m/shopee-finds#trending

To discover more trending items, visit shopee.ph/m/shopee-finds.

Top up your ShopeePay wallet through your debit card and other convenient channels to enjoy more exclusive deals such as daily free shipping vouchers, 15% cashback, ShopeePay ₱1 Deals, and ₱10 worth of data for only ₱1. You can also get 20% cashback when you Scan to Pay with ShopeePay for your cash-on-delivery (COD) orders with your ShopeeXpress rider.

Download the Shopee app for free via the App Store or Google Play.

Wednesday, July 14, 2021

Have You Heard Makki Lucino's Rendition of "She Used To Be Mine?"

7:23:00 AM


If you haven't heard how Makki Lucino's rendition of "She Used To Be Mine," well, get your fingers working and find out what's interesting about Makki's rendition. 

“Tawag ng Tanghalan” Season 4 grand finalist Makki Lucino gives a new meaning to the emotional ballad “She Used to Be Mine,” as she releases her own rendition of the song under Star Music.

“We want it to serve as a reminder to everyone not to be afraid of change, to always celebrate life, and to embrace one’s journey,” said Makki, who initially performed the song while competing in “Tawag ng Tanghalan.”

“Kinanta ko po siya sa ‘Tawag Ng Tanghalan’ bago makapasok ng top 6, 'yung feedback po ay na-touch 'yung mga tao, naiyak sila. 'Yun po 'yung maganda, na I was able to touch other people's hearts,” she added.

Dubbed as the “Queer of Soul,” Makki aims to represent the LGBTQ+ community and inspire Filipinos through her heartfelt performances and music releases—starting with “She Used to Be Mine.”

Written and composed by American singer-songwriter Sara Bareilles for the musical “Waitress,” the track reflects the disconnection one feels between her past and present self, and who she might have become if her circumstances had been different.


Meanwhile after her journey on “Tawag ng Tanghalan,” Makki has also ventured into livestreaming on kumu via “Queer of Soul” on the SeenZone channel (@seenzonechannel) and guestings on FYE Channel and MYX.

Stream Makki’s version of “She Used to Be Mine,” out now on various digital music streaming services. For more details, like Star Music on Facebook (www.facebook.com/starmusicph) and follow it on Twitter and Instagram (@StarMusicPH).

Tuesday, July 13, 2021

Charlie Portrays A Different Character in iWantTFC's "My Sunset Girl"

10:05:00 PM


After becoming a household name for her award-winning role in the movie “Fan Girl,” Charlie Dizon is playing another fearless character in her latest project – a hopeless romantic searching for true love, even if it kills her.

Charlie refuses to let a deadly illness hold her back as she unexpectedly falls in love for the first time with Jameson Blake in the iWantTFC original series ”My Sunset Girl,” which streams worldwide this July 14.

Here, Charlie plays Ciara, a free-spirited young lady who defies her circumstances in pursuit of love and happiness. She suffers from xeroderma pigmentosum, an illness that could turn deadly if she is exposed to sunlight for a long period of time. As a result, Ciara is unable to travel the world but she makes up for this by watching travel vlogs and making friends online.

Despite her rare condition, Ciara believes that she is still capable of falling in love and believes that she will find the right person who will love her back.

Ciara then comes across and develops a deep bond with Lucas (Jameson), a travel enthusiast just like her who promises to help her accomplish all her goals in her travel bucket list.

But as the two start to get closer, Ciara realizes that it is not only her sickness that will hinder her from meeting up with Lucas. Her strict mother Melissa (Mylene Dizon) will prevent them from seeing each other and will even go as far as confronting Lucas to stay away from her daughter.

However, Ciara does not know that Lucas maliciously planned and manipulated her into falling in love with him so that he could help execute his father Elias’ (Joem Bascon) evil intentions.

Why does Elias want to get revenge on Ciara’s family? What will happen when Ciara and Lucas’ love for one another actually becomes real and unconditional?


Co-produced by Dreamscape Entertainment and All Blacks Media, the iWantTFC original series is directed by Andoy Ranay and also stars Lance Reblando, Ana Abad Santos, Jun Jun Quintana, Frances Makil-Ignacio, and Jonathan Tadioan.

This is Charlie’s first lead role after her critically acclaimed performance in “Fan Girl,” for which she won Best Actress awards at the Metro Manila Film Festival and Entertainment Editors' Choice (Eddys).

Stream “My Sunset Girl” on the iWantTFC app (iOs and Android) and on iwanttfc.com starting July 14, 8 PM. Viewers can also enjoy watching iWantTFC on a bigger screen through select devices on VEWD, ROKU streaming devices, Android TV, select Samsung Smart TV models, Telstra TV for global users, and VIDAA for select countries. iWantTFC is also available via Chromecast and Airplay. For the complete list of compatible devices, sign in instructions, and account activation, visithttps://iwanttfc.com/help#tfc-on-smart-tv.

For updates, likewww.facebook.com/iWantTFC and follow @iwanttfc on Twitter and Instagram, and subscribe towww.youtube.com/iWantTFC. For inquiries and concerns about the service, users can also send a message on iWantTFC’s Facebook page or e-mail support@iwanttfc.com.

Sunday, July 11, 2021

5 Things to Watch Out To Prevent Heart Problem

2:25:00 PM


The Philippine Heart Association (PHA) recently held its 10th edition of "Usapang Puso sa Puso" (Heart to Heart Talk). It is one of the many informative programs of the association where people can watch and learn. In this edition, the program discusses the heart health of our fathers, thus, titled "Puso Ni Daddy Sintigas pa ba ng Haligi?" Aside from the discussion, it also aims to educate people entirely about heart issues and problems. Experts also share their insights and practices on how to prevent having heart problems. Panelists from different expertise were present to share their knowledge about the subject matter, namely, Dr. Jorge Sison, Dr. Badette Arevalo, and Dr. Benjamin Quito. Mayor Richard Gomez, an advocate of CPR, is also part of the panel but was on official business.

There were questions relating to heart problems were raised in the program, and our panel of experts addressed them accordingly. Aside from their insights about the subject matter, they were also generous enough to share some of the practices they believe can help prevent heart problems.

What interests me more was the ways to know or detect symptoms or changes in our body that contributes to developing heart problems or if we're having problems already with our heart. So, what are the things to watch out for us to know if we're at risk of having a heart problem or already experiencing a heart problem?
  • 1. If you're having difficulty breathing with a few activities.
  • 2. Sudden unexplained pain in the chest.
  • 3. Obesity, Dad bod, or abdominal obesity can increase the risk of cardiovascular disease.
  • 4. Inactivity or no physical activity.
  • 5. If with vices like cigarette smoking and drinking. According to Dr. Sison, men are more prone to cardiovascular diseases.
This list is just some of the many things to watch out for to prevent having cardiovascular disease. So, if you're experiencing some of these, maybe it's about time for you to visit your friendly neighborhood doctor for a check-up.

PHA always has programs for the public to give awareness about cardiovascular diseases and how to prevent it. It is the organization's way of helping out in every possible way. So, if you want to know more about its plans and activities, you can visit their website Philippine Heart Association (philheart.org), or their Facebook page Philippine HEART Association


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