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The island gave him peace when he was diagnosed with depression.
It’s not very easy to find peace these days, especially when we’re constantly bombarded with all sorts of news on social media. However, for a certain Filipino doctor, he was able to find peace within himself. “Siargao allows you to be at peace,”
Get legit skincare advice straight from the experts!
There's a reason why you always see "consult a board-certified dermatologist" in articles and beauty products— they're the real deal, and you can always count on them to find answers for your skin concerns. And thanks to the power of social media,
Dr. Abundio Balgos is being honored as a Living Hero by the J. Amado Araneta Foundation.
At least one good thing that has come out of the coronavirus pandemic is the display of bravery and heroism from ordinary people. Front healthcare frontliners to supermarket staff, from military and police personnel to garbage disposal workers, the crisis proves that
Doctors helping doctors.
The current lockdown has created a number of challenges to Filipinos, and online communities have formed to help alleviate the situation, from the youth sharing tips on grocery shopping and cooking to a Facebook group that lets you buy canceled orders and
Nicko Bautista perished along with seven others in a tragic accident.
In a shocking twist of events, a doctor, a nurse, and a paramedic died last night, March 29, after the plane they were riding caught fire on the runway. They were part of a group of eight who was on a medEvac mission to Haneda, Japan.
The doctor is in!
Maybe it’s the prospect of wearing something that might discredit his professionalism. Or perhaps it’s the clinic’s dress code he has to adhere to. Or possibly his medical field—cosmetic surgery—that behooves him to always look the part (and well-coiffed, right?). Whatever it