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Its goal is to create a center for "more affordable high-quality cancer care."
Ayala Corp., through Ayala Healthcare Holdings, Inc. (AC Health), announced plans on Wednesday, May 6, to build a standalone hospital specializing in the treatment of cancer. According to a statement released by AC Health, the Metro Manila facility will have room for ...
 
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After her craniotomy, Jeena Llamas was back to work in less than two weeks.
Back in March, the New Yorker released a feature written by Game of Thrones actress Emilia Clarke, detailing how she suffered from two life-threatening aneurysms in between filming the award-winning series. While many readers sympathized with the actress, Jeena Llamas related to ...
 
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Get your go-bag ready, stat!
We've been warned about "The Big One." It's been in the back of everyone's mind, but lately, the increase in earthquakes has been pretty alarming. While we can't keep it from happening, we, at least, need to be prepared for anything, which ...
 
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Peloton lets you do cycling classes in your living room.
Many fitness fans are familiar with spinning—indoor cycling classes with loud music and flashing lights, designed to help you burn as many calories as possible. But instead of having to adhere to your gym’s timetable, what if you could join a class ...
 
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More and more dogs are experiencing heat stroke this summer.
With Manila’s heat index rising to 40.4 degrees Celsius this week, everyone is trying their best to avoid the scorching sun and the humid air at all costs. While many people have been retreating to the comforts of air-conditioned homes and offices, ...
 
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From step counters to triathlon companions, these are the ones that will make you a smartwatch owner.
A decade after smartwatches were introduced as the next must-have gadget for smartphone users, the device has finally hit ubiquity. Sure, fitness trackers still remain as a niche product catering to those who or aspire to lead active lifestyles, but finding someone ...
 
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Even experts agree it's a powerful cardio workout.
Without a doubt, hiking is having its moment. While it has always been a known sport, the activity has been attracting the attention of new fans lately, the way yoga has been doing for years. Before you embark on a journey to ...
 
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This will have you thinking twice about eating another slice of mango.
Human beings have a love-hate relationship with sugar. We both crave it and avoid it. While we know it’s in the food we eat, we are not aware of just how much sugar our favorite snacks contain. Here is a short list ...
 
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It's all about health and sustainability this year.
It’s safe to say that keto, poke bowls, rolled ice cream, and Filipino cuisine took over 2018. Though we’re just a few days into the new year, we can’t help but wonder which food trends might be up next. Thankfully, a bunch ...
 
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Holiday weight gain is real.
There’s plenty to look forward to during the holidays. Trimming the tree, shopping for presents, celebrating with dear family and friends, and of course, the many feasts. All the decadent dishes and treats can, however, put a damper on your diet or ...
 
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Why all-organic and all-natural is the way to go.
A buzzword often thrown around by brands and companies, it refers to the way our food is grown and processed. Instead of using pesticides, GMOs, and synthetic fertilizers to help aid the produce’s growth, organic farming opts to use natural fertilizers (such ...
 
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Conglomerate's entry seen to boost users of AIDE app from 18,000 as of mid-2018 to 24,000 by year-end.
Diversified conglomerate Ayala Corp. continues to dive deep in the health sector as it announced on Wednesday, October 17, an investment in local medical service startup AIDE through its subsidiary, Ayala Healthcare Holdings Inc. (AC Health).“Aside from developing our own technology solutions, ...
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