Friday, October 30, 2020

Three Changemakers join the roster of Ashoka Philippines Fellows


I have always looked up to people with noble professions and those who were naturally born with golden hearts--those who give a helping hand without asking for anything in return, those whose hands may be full but are still willing to help to the best of their ability for the benefit of our less fortunate brothers and sisters. 

Growing up privileged, yet I had also volunteered to various NGOs, I myself had witnessed the simple acts of generosity and kindness from total strangers--and to be honest, these made me reflect. They inspire me to give myself more to others. As St. John Paul II said, "Nobody is so poor he has nothing to give, and nobody is so rich he has nothing to receive."

One of the many wisdom that Jesus has passed to us is that life is not, "I" or "me" but "we" and "us." Life is a community. It is wonderful to know one's place in the world and every single one of us needs each other. When I get to know people like our recently inducted Ashoka fellows and changemakers, namely Scott Stiles, Ben Abadiano, and Ryan Gervasa.

Ashoka is a non-governmental organization that aims to support leading social innovators around the globe. Recently, Ashoka officially inducted three outstanding and leading social innovators who have championed inclusive and systems-changing solutions in various Filipino communities. The virtual event was hosted by Ashoka Philippines to honor these "changemakers" as well as induct new lifelong members of Ashoka Fellowship program.  

Founded in 1980, Ashoka has created a massive network of professionals that supports over 3,500 Ashoka Fellows from 93 countries. Now on their 40th year, Ashoka has built and nurtured the largest network of leading social innovators from across various sectors, professions and countries. After a stringent selection process, they are introduced to a lifelong Fellowship, where each member is committed to championing new patterns of social good.

The online event was led by Terri Jayme-Mora, Country Director for Ashoka Philippines who made the honor of inducting Scott Stiles, co-founder of Fair Employment Foundation, Ryan Gersava, co-founder of Virtualahan, Ben Abadiano, founder of Pamulaan Center of Indigenous People (IP) Education. The three exemplified what it means to make a resounding impact that benefits all Filipinos. Their respective organizations around the country go beyond limitations, socioeconomic status, and culture and thereby took down barriers and regressive systems. 

"We are proud to welcome Scott, Ben, and Ryan into the global Ashoka Fellowship. Their transformative work extends to regions, sectors, and people that are unfortunately often overlooked despite having potential solutions for the good of everyone. They have what it takes to be a changemaker," says Ashoka Philippines Country Director Terri Jayme-Mora.

Neil & Marter Wearable Art and Functional Fashion Pieces for a Cause

Bon Marter (left) and Neil Capistrano (right) with Ms. Salve Duplito, ANC On The Money’s resident financial advisor

Neil & Marter was born out of curiosity and environmental wellness by interior designer Mark Boni Marter and aspiring fashion designer Neil Capistrano. The two collaborated on scrap materials from Bon's interior design studies. They thought of maximizing the use of unique and genuine vegan leather and fabrics in order to create wearable art.

Armed with basic leather crafting tools and techniques, the creative duo produced their first batch as gifts to family members  "At first, I wanted to craft everyday accessories like bags, wallets, and cardholders out of Bon's luxury leather collection," Neil shares. "One day, my mom requested a pair of earrings for her, my aunts, and cousins. We had fun with the learning process and ended up making 25 pairs." 

This led them to venture into an ethical fashion social enterprise that caters to modern and eco-conscious fashionistas who value the origin and process behind the brands and products that they support.

Neil & Marter aims to influence people in supporting the slow and ethical fashion movement through handcrafted accessories using upcycled materials. The brand is launching a crowdfunding campaign to introduce a limited-edition collection together with artisans from Marikina City.

Thursday, October 29, 2020

Novuhair Celebrates 10.10 with 10 Novu VIP Coaches

2020 is indeed a milestone for the Philippines' number one hair loss preventive product, Novuhair as it marks its 10th successful year. In line with this, they have also launched NOVU VIP Club. 

The NOVU VIP Club is made to guide, inspire, and join in the journey towards a holistic approach in managing hair loss, especially during the ongoing global pandemic and crisis. Supported by a carefully selected pool of 10 VIP Coaches, members are given the opportunity to engage directly with each expert as well as enjoy exciting monthly perks and privileges. 

The Novu VIP Club's roster of expert coaches is being led by the Philippines’ Health, Beauty and Wellness guru Ms. Cory Quirino joins NOVUHAIR ®.

Wednesday, October 28, 2020

Taiwan Excellence Creates New Partnerships for Digital Healthcare and Innovations


From left: Ray Yang, Intl Sales Manager, Mediland Enterprise Corp; Miron Wang, CEO, Foresee-X; Dr. Ted Chang, CTO, Quanta Computer; Ms. Leonor F.M. Lin, President and CEO of TAITRA; Adam Horng, Vice President, Faspro Systems Co. Ltd., CP Chuang, COO, Crystalvue; David Hung, Asst. Manager, IEI Integration Corp. 

Despite the COVID-19 pandemic which has brought monumental challenges to the global healthcare industry, Taiwan Excellence, a national award in Taiwan with 28 years of history, initiated the Smart Medical Express. 

The Smart Medical Express is composed of product launches that seek to enhance
cooperation within the international community while highlighting digital healthcare and innovations from Taiwan. 

The activities involved in Smart Medical Express included 5 online presentations that focused on technological advancements and innovations in surgical equipment, ophthalmology, assistive devices, dentistry, and innovative healthcare.

Very recently, over 300 medical practitioners from various medical institutions, medical colleges, and healthcare industries from Indonesia, Malaysia, Vietnam, Thailand, and the Philippines, including media members from these participating countries attended the final even dubbed as "Taiwan - ASEAN Medical Device and Innovation Forum" where they learned more about Taiwan's latest medical technologies. 

The said forum brought together innovative companies such as Faspro Systems Co., Ltd., Taiwan Main Orthopaedic Biotechnology Co., Ltd., Crystalvue Medical Corp., Mediland Enterprise Corp., IEI Integration Corp., and other medical manufacturers who presented their latest products.  Furthermore, another leading digital healthcare enterprise in Taiwan, Quanta Computer had discussed Taiwan's digital healthcare advancement. 

As we are now facing a large-scale pandemic, healthcare is considered the sector that is most at danger and at risk being the first line of defense. Taiwan is using the advantages of its robust ICT industry to assist medical institutions with regard to planning and executing their digital transformations. With their software and hardware integration, Artificial Intelligence (AI) implementation, and establishment of cloud databases, Taiwan makes opportunities for partnerships between medical institutions across the globe. 

Ms.Leonor F.M. Lin, President & CEO of TAITRA, delivered the opening remarks.

Tuesday, October 27, 2020

5 Causes of Hair Loss: Why is my hair falling out?


Have you ever thought, "what causes hair loss?" Although hair loss may seem like experiencing hair loss is more of a prominent problem in men, women aren't totally spared. Women also tend to lose, or have thinning hair especially when they get into their 50's or 60's, although it can happen at any age for a variety of reasons. 

Most people tend to lose hair strands anywhere between 50 to 100 strands of hair each day, and the experts say, that's pretty normal. But if your hair starts to shed more than the usual, and worse, they don't grow back as they should--it is a source of concern. 

The earlier the cause is known and detected, hair fall remedy or baldness cure for hair loss must be done as soon as possible. Genetic conditions like male patterns baldness may be the main culprit for hair loss in the Philippines, but there are other conditions that affect hair loss: from genetic or hereditary hair loss, alopecia areata, too much stress, male pattern hair loss and reactive hair loss.

There are so many reasons why your hair is excessively shedding. Read up and find out exactly why your hair is falling out:

As soon as you've found out exactly what causes your hair loss, it's time to act upon it and do something about your dilemma. You may start with something that's natural with no harmful ingredients that can worsen your problem. In the Philippines, NOVUHAIR ® is proven to be exceptionally safe to use and you are assured because it only has natural ingredients. It even sustained its market leadership after being hailed as the leading hair loss treatment in 2019 (Euromonitor Passport Data 2019). 

Sunday, October 25, 2020

Get a Free NOVUHAIR Herbal Shampoo Exclusive at Watsons


We have all been affected by the pandemic crisis that the COVID-19 virus has plagued the entire world. We had no choice but to adapt to what sense of normalcy this pandemic has brought us. We have been in community quarantine and despite the presence of the virus, some establishments had to reopen for economic reasons. But everything is still bleak judging from the search for the safest vaccine against the dreaded virus. We are still living under the veil of uncertainty. 

The sad part is that most of us had experienced depression and mood swings due to endless quarantines. It has affected us all, especially most Filipino women, most of whom work from home. We need to balance family life (tending to our family and kids) while trying to juggle working from home. 

In worst-case scenario, when women are stressed, we tend to lose hair, literally. Mental issues such as anxiety and depression can contribute a lot to hair loss. Discover some 5 reasons why you might have falling hair and some hair loss. Check this link out:

Tuesday, October 20, 2020

What you need to know when dining-out during Covid-19


Restaurants are slowly re-opening but we have to remember that while commercial establishments are now being allowed, there is still the risk of COVID-19 infection. Sharing some preventive measures to practice when dining out:

Always wear your face mask and face shield when placing your orders. Most dining areas do not allow guests to enter without wearing face shields, so it's always best to wear both, to be sure. 

Facemasks are a must

Monday, October 19, 2020

Animated Christian Series Superbook and The Flying House are now being aired on A2Z Channel 11


Superbook and The Flying House are back on TV!

If you were born in the '80s then you must have been familiar with the animated Christian TV series Superbook and The Flying House. They were so popular back then that almost every kid born in the '80s would be able to relate well with them. They were the first animated Bible-based series that kids and that kids-at-heart had loved through all these years. So if you missed watching your favorite Superbook and The Flying House characters, I've got good news for you! It's now airing via the rebranded channel A2Z Channel 11 formerly known as ZOE Broadcasting Network. 

A2Z Channel 11also made an agreement with ABS-CBN. You can now watch back-to-back episodes of your beloved animated Bible-based cartoon series, Superbook and The Flying House from Mondays through Fridays from 5:00PM to 6:00PM. This is the best way and fun time to teach your kids some life lessons from the Holy Bible without sounding "too preachy." That makes five days a week of exciting time travel as you and your kids join Chris and Joy on Superbook and Justin, Corky, Angie, and robot Gizmo as they do time-travel back to Jesus'time in the bible. What a great way to spend more quality time with your children especially at these trying times of quarantine. 

Channel 11 on analog TV (Metro Manila and nearby provinces)
Channel 11 on Sky Cable
Channel 183 on Cignal TV
*Please check your cable operator for channel assignment.
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NOVUHAIR chats with its ambassador Ms. Cory Quirino


Novuhair ambassador Ms. Cory Quirino shares her beauty secrets

They say age is simply a number. We can't defy aging, but there are ways in which we can slow-down its process or perhaps let the others guess our real age. While others are simply blessed with good genes, it is important for us to feel good about ourselves. We can do all these when we start to learn self-care, self-love, and ultimately learning more about our self-worth. How can we do these? Renowned TV host and columnist, Ms. Cory Quirino share her secrets for looking forever young. For Ms. Cory, it all starts with the right beauty products to use. 

NOVUHAIR ®, nature’s answer to hair loss, partners with the country’s Health, Beauty & Wellness Icon Ms. Cory Quirino in spreading the brand’s advocacy campaign and reaching out to more Filipinos around the world in celebration of its 10th successful year in the market. 

She gets older but looking younger and fresh as ever. 

According to Ms. Quirino, it all takes some TLC towards one's self in order to feel good and become more positive in life. "With little acts of loving-kindness towards the self, you can achieve the perfect 10,” she emphasizes. “In order to look good, you have to feel good. And in order to feel good, you’ve got to look good. Start with self-love. Begin with self-care. Start with your hair.”

Saturday, October 17, 2020

My 40th birthday blessings and other musings in 2020


So this is how being forty feels like... With four decades of existence on Earth, I have learned that I have so much to be thankful for. My life journey wasn’t exactly easy, but it was worth every risk, every decision that I made has made me into who I am today.

If you happen to know me personally, you must know that I had been living my life as a single for the past decades. I dated quite late (I started dating at age 35 you know) simply because I had forgotten my desire to get married. Back then, I was so focused on raising my nephew Kyle whom I treated like my own son—I didn’t have the luxury of time to do anything else. Now that Kyle has grown into a fine young man (He’s now 18 years old) and an incoming freshman in college, I guess it’s time to face my own life no matter how overdue it may be.

This year, as I turn 40, I am making a lot of milestones: I am making a new decade, this will be my last year as a single (hopefully, God-willing) and thank God I have already met the man I wanted to marry and live with for the rest of my life.

They say 40 is the new 30. At this age, I fully understand that there are some things that we can’t just plan. Life is a series of surprises and plot twists. We receive blessings each and every single day. It’s all a matter of perspective. Even something negative can be turned into a positive one—it depends on how you perceive things. If you let it affect you negatively, then it will be your loss. But when you look at it differently—try to see the goodness in everything that comes your way, it will eventually change the way you look at things, and ultimately, change your life. You’d soon notice that you’d become happier, more relaxed, and practically be a more positive person.

I’m not saying that at my age I’ve become a very positive person. I am still a work-in-progress, there’s still a lot more room for improvement. However, I am trying my best each day to be a better person. It’s a bit difficult, to be completely honest about it, but we’re getting there. As they say, you don’t really need to see the entire staircase, you just need to take one step at a time.

Friday, October 16, 2020

A tribute to my Fur Baby Fudge-Losing my Dog to Canine Parvo Virus

My fur baby Fudge when he was given to me in June of 2020.

It was love at first sight. The very first time I laid my eyes on this cute mixed breed puppy given by my boyfriend (prior to the lockdown and quarantine) I knew he was the fulfillment of my childhood dream of getting a dog for a pet. I immediately named this pomapoo [half pomeranian (his dad) and half miniature poodle (mom)] puppy FUDGE. Simply because of his light brownish color with streaks of black. 
My baby played on my bed with my nephew's pants 

I got myself brokenhearted again. I have just lost my fur baby to the dreaded canine parvo virus last Monday, October 12, 2020. It all happened so fast. I partly blame myself because I brought him to my fiance’s village in Las Pinas when he should’ve been safely home back in my place in Quezon City where we actually live.  Maybe if we hadn’t taken him to Las Pinas, probably he would still be alive by this time.

Fudge was the name of my 6-month-old puppy who was a mixed breed of rare miniature black poodle and brown Pomeranian. My fiancĂ© Jason gave them to me as a gift. He was given to me last June 2020. I thought I was being a good mum to Fudge since he has been vaccinated. 

My baby and I

Fudge was the fulfillment of my childhood dream—growing up, I had always wanted to have a pet dog. But since I am living with so many relatives, I wasn’t allowed to have one. Until Fudge came along. I was so happy to become an official pet parent. I took care of him and pampered him the way I would a baby. I’d buy him treats, clothes, hygiene kits and so much more. I even made sure he would take a bath twice a week so that he won’t be smelling like a dog even if he’s actually one. 

I never knew Fudge would be changing the way I feel for animals, particularly, dogs like him. I used to be frightened about seeing dogs alone. But when Fudge came, he showed me that dogs like him can be friendly, lovable and someone I can get really comfortable with. 

Fudge and Purple Plum Fairy during happier times

In the short span of time that we’ve had, Fudge was able to teach me how to love and take care of someone—be responsible enough. He has shown me his unconditional love. And during those times of stress and melancholy, it was Fudge who became my anchor, my friend, and companion. He listened to all my stories no matter how uninterested they might have been. And even if he never really talked, he made me feel as if he understood me. Touching him was enough to make him feel how much I loved him and cared for him. And seeing the awe and glow in his eyes was enough to make me understand that he felt the same way about me too. 

Fudge and I would play every afternoon

He was like the baby I never had. I would often carry him into my arms and we would also play catch where I would throw his squeaky blue bone toy and he would get them and return them to me while his tails wiggling. Fudge was this sweet bundle of joy who made me feel so special each time he sees me. He made me feel like he was my number one fan—all too excited to see me. And each time he hears my voice, or he’d smell my presence, he would try to get my attention so that I’d come to his cage and get him out to play. At one point, Fudge enjoyed riding the car while being seated on the window as we went on the road. He also liked riding a tricycle ride with me. 

From time to time he'd love giving me sloppy kisses

More kisses from Fudge

Our last photos together during a car ride

I had been busy quite lately as me and my fiancĂ© are about to get married. We were both busy fixing some papers and documents. Jason is also busy with his new business while I took care of other stuff while still doing work from home. It was so unfortunate to see that fateful Thursday of October 8 where my beloved Fudge went from a hyperactive puppy to a lethargic one. I cried so hard seeing him in such a different light. When I put him back into his cage, it felt like Fudge was a stuffed toy dog because he felt so light and didn’t move a muscle. I also vividly remember how he looked at me that day—his eyes were so empty, so hollow. I didn’t understand why. I just knew we needed to see a vet soon because Fudge had also lost his appetite and didn’t want to eat his food. 

You could see in Fudge's eyes how happy he was right?

We were busy from Friday until Saturday that we only had time last Sunday—October 11, 2020 where we had the opportunity to bring Fudge to the vet. It was too late by then. Fudge was found to be canine parvo positive. Parvo is a gruesome, damnable thing. It’s something to be prevented at all costs. It makes the dog’s insides raw. It HURTS. It hurts to eat, and it hurts to drink. So your puppies don’t want to do those things. Imagine needing a drink of water—badly—and not being able to do that, because it hurts too much. 

It was an early morning car ride that excites the young puppy

I’ve seen Fudge during the final stages of his parvovirus. It felt like watching death from dehydration since that’s essentially what’s happening. It felt so sick not being able to do anything. We were given two options by the vet: confinement which would cost us too much (at this time, we had very little money) but without any assurance given that Fudge would be able to survive or bring him home and give him home treatment. Jason and I chose the latter. It would be really expensive to have Fudge confined and we did the math, if we had chosen confinement, the amount we would’ve spent would be enough to buy us a new dog. And there wasn’t any assurance. Had there been an assurance that Fudge would survive, by all means, I’m willing to spend on it. But again, there was none. 

Not only was Fudge happy, but I was also too happy to see him so happy. I didn't know it would be our last pic together. 

We tried nursing Fudge with home treatment and it was no fun because you have to stay up with them 24 hours a day. Your pet will require constant attention for most of this time and so you will not be doing much sleeping.

On Sunday night, Fudge can still drink water on his own back then where we put dextrose powder for his hydration since Fudge had been vomiting too often. I saw him gave his last kisses to Jason when he made him eat via injectable. We tried nursing Fudge with home treatment and it was no fun because you have to stay up with him 24 hours a day. Fudge had required constant attention for most of his time and so any pet parent wouldn’t be able to do much sleeping.

It really hurts to see Fudge in such kind of state. I wish I was able to do something to alleviate the pain he felt inside. I wish he understood what I had been telling him. I felt that he had given his best to survive and fight for his life. But then, parvovirus is such fatal—that only a few dogs who had a better immune system would survive and recover. Fudge’s best wasn’t enough or perhaps it was truly his time to go. 

Fudge on his last few breaths lying down on his cage, a few moments before he died.

On Monday morning, October 12, 2020, Jason said Fudge has blood on his poop. And it wasn’t something to be happy about. It means he might not be able to make it. It meant the virus has gotten into Fudge’s intestines. It also meant his time is running out.

And so the time eventually came…when it was time for me to bid my dear Fudge goodbye. I could see Fudge slowly breathing hard each time. He laid there helpless on his cage as I touched him and rubbed his tummy. I could hear him utter sounds of deep pain. During his last breath, I told him how much I loved him and that I was happy to have him as my very first pet and that he was the fulfillment of my childhood dream—I thanked him for the happy memories he had given me and the fun times we’ve had together in the last 4 months. I told him how he made me so happy, how playing with him was enough to make my day. I told him what a good dog he had always been. I said sorry and apologized for bringing him over to Las Pinas when he should’ve been home.  I was sorry I got too busy with the wedding preparations that unconsciously I took him for granted. I got too focused on the wedding and my work that I hardly noticed him anymore. Had I seen him at the onset of the parvovirus, I wish I would’ve brought him right away to the vet—then maybe, he would still be alive today. I whispered to him that if it’s his time to go, I am setting him free. I wouldn’t want Fudge to experience pain anymore. 

I will always remember the fun times I've had with Fudge, my first pet, my first love. 

I never knew it was difficult to lose someone who has given you so much joy and wonderful memories until now. I never knew I could get so attached to my pet that it felt like a part of me had died with him. He has shown me in the last six months his affection for me as his pet owner/master.

Prior to getting sick, Fudge accidentally gave a long scratch on my left leg as he was too excited to see me when I made him out of his cage. It was a remembrance of sorts that I will always cherish and remember by.

Parvo is spread by contact with the feces, blood, or vomit of an infected dog. It can also be present in the soil or environment. The only means to kill the parvovirus is by using bleach to disinfect the area/environment or any item used by a dog who has had parvo.

For dog owners, please vaccinate your dog even if it means spending your grocery money. Just do it. You do NOT want to see parvo.

To my dear baby Fudge, I love you so much. I am terribly sorry that you have gone too soon. You didn’t deserve that parvovirus. I’m so sorry you did not live long enough to witness my wedding where you should’ve played a big part. Your memories will remain in my heart forever.  Losing you from parvo meant losing a family. You were our baby, our source of joy—and those shouldn’t have to stop just because you have left us. Even if years from now or in the future, I’d be having another dog, I’m sure he’d also be as adorable as you but nobody would replace you. My only consolation is that I know wherever you are now, you are no longer in pain. Run free baby Fudge, off to the rainbow bridge where I’d be seeing you someday.

My lullaby for you will always echo in my ear: “Padjee, padjee, padjee ko. Padjee, padjee baby ko.”

So long, ‘til we meet again my dear Fudge. I love you!!!



Wednesday, October 14, 2020

NOVUHAIR partners with Master Hanz Cua for Lucky Deals


We would often disregard and ignore our body's own rhythm because we were too busy or too focused on what we thought are the most important things in this life. But we are all equipped with varied energies that we ought to listen to in order for us to become positive and enjoy life at its best. While others may need more sleep than normal, some of us are designed with more sensitivity to asymmetries in daily routine. 

Our bodies naturally send signals for us to slow down if it needs proper healing and gives us messages to learn to take care of our health before it becomes too late when health problems arise later on. 

The universe works in mysterious ways. NOVUHAIR ®2019's leading natural hair loss treatment (Euromonitor Passport Data October 2019), partnered with one of the country’s top Feng Shui Experts Master Hanz Cua. 

Backed up by 15 years of practice, Master Hanz is the 9th expert to join the brand’s roster of VIP Coaches this year, working closely with the NOVUHAIR ® Team in spreading the brand’s advocacy campaign in celebration of its 10th successful year in the market. 

Dubbed as NOVUHAIR’s Feng Shui VIP Coach, Master Hanz supported the launch of its “10.10 NOVUHAIR ® LUCKY DEALS” at Lazada which runs from October 10-18, 2020. Avail up to 20% discount on NOVUHAIR products.

Tuesday, October 6, 2020

Heroism Arising from the COVID-19 Pandemic


The pandemic made us change our perspectives--it made us value our lives more and appreciate the little things in life. It had also changed the way we deal and interact with each other, the way we go out, the way our business is done, the way we travel--it had made such a huge impact that we started to miss the things we were used to. It had also shown us that regardless of your social-economic level, everyone is equal once a pandemic hits. 

But if there's one positive thing that the Covid-19 has brought us, it created everyday heroes in all of us. One perfect example was Dr. Paolo Bellosillo who ensured that he's able to help as many people as possible. Bellosillo used his knowledge on medicine even as he struggled getting in and off PPEs, staying in one even on very humid days and enduring the heat, just to answer to his noble work. 

Doc Bellosillo is an International Fellow Doctor Of Integrative Medicine as well as Diplomate Of Whole Medical Systems with Post Graduate studies in anti-aging medicine. He also has an Advance Certification in Bioidentical Hormone Therapy and Cardio-Metabolic Medicine Plus Board in Homeland Security. He used all that he learned from these in handling the health of around 250 mixes of law enforcement, military, and civilian patients with his constant monitoring by providing them with nutrition and care. 

Through the use of cellular medicine, Doc Bellosillo has also helped numerous patients overcome diseases. Through allopathic, naturopathic, homeopathic, and ayurvedic means, he is able to find the right balance to help his patient not only heal from their illnesses but also to learn to live healthier lives. 

Doc Bellosillo recommends remaining mobile and exercising during these times aside from eating healthy and nutritious foods, it is also best to get an ample amount of sleep because it's important for our bodies to recharge and regenerate our cells as we sleep. Doc Bellosillo believes if only people will take good care of their health, they have better chances of being healthy and remaining active. 

As Doc Bellosillo helped patients fight against the Covid virus without getting intubated was one of his goals as he became part of a multidisciplinary team of HCWs from ICU nurses, IV nurses, med techs for serum lab and molecular lab tests as he gave Multi Holistic modalities consists of IV therapy, cellular nutrition protocols, and monitoring via compact equipment, home-based especially during times when the hospital was full. For Doc Bellosillo, it was one of his most rewarding experiences. 

Doc Bellosillo hopes that the Philippines can soon have a more realistic COVID-19 management system in place with zero casualties by utilizing whole medical systems. Doc Bellosillo has always been about enhancing the quality of life and helping people avoid becoming sick. In these trying times where a great immune system is one of the best and most effective ways to fight the virus. 

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