5 Essential Purchases to Help You Start a New Home on the Right Foot

Comfortable Bed

Purchasing your first property can be a strange time in your life, and your purchase will come with a bag of mixed emotions. You will feel excited, worried, and maybe even confused, but without some planning, you will almost certainly feel helpless. Planning your new home is essential, especially as most new home owners are [...]

UNICEF Champions Children’s Rights with Commemorative Events

PHOTO D: Unicef Philippines is holding two events this year to commemorate Typhoon Yolanda and the 25th anniversary of the Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC). In photo are Lotta Sylwander, UNICEF Representative for the Philippines (2nd from left), Zafrin Chowdhury, Unicef Chief for Communications and Private Fundaising and Partnership (1st from left), Grace Alejandrino, OIC Deputy Director, Council on the Welfare of Children (3rd from left) and Normina Mojica, Planning Officer for CWC.

UN children’s agency UNICEF announces two commemorative events this November to bring to light the situation of children’s rights in the Philippines. The one year commemoration of Typhoon Yolanda and the 25th anniversary of the Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC) gives the country an opportunity to look back on the gains and [...]

Why Should You Do Yoga After Birth?

First of all, the concept of yoga is overrated by all the movies and the media that promotes it as a religious practice. There are many people, especially the ladies, which take yoga classes because they want to come at peace with their bodies and their minds. Let’s take the example of a mommy that [...]

Philippine League Against Epilepsy Celebrated the National Epilepsy Awareness Week

Philippine League Against Epilepsy

Last September 1-6, 2014, the Philippine League Against Epilepsy (PLAE) celebrated the National Epilepsy Awareness Week with the theme: “EPILEPSY: TIGIL ATAKE… TULAY SA TAGUMPAY.” On the first day of the long week celebration, the top neurologists of the country held the forum on TRIPARTITE SYMPOSIUM FOR NEUROLOGISTS: MARIJUANA IN EPILEPSY to discuss the emerging issues [...]

From the UK with Love

McVitie’s

There is no doubt that the United Kingdom is truly a rich source of anything and everything, from music (the iconic Beatles in the 60s and 70s, the British New Wave music invasion in the 80s and latest British boy band incarnation One Direction and singer-songwriter Adele), to royalty (the late Princess Diana, his sons, [...]