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Shedding Light on Ayurveda in Diabetes Management

Diabetes is a serious disease that affects quality of life and may even shorten a person’s life span. An endocrinologist/diabetologist who manages diabetes would need two things in order to help combat the disease: SKILL AND STRATEGY. Physicians need skills in understanding the intricate balance of this illness in order to prevent complications. They need […]

Spa for the Soul

For most people riddled by conflicting relationships, by demanding superiors or officemates, by uncouth and rude children, and by everyday stresses, there seems to be no end to the problems of daily life. Worse, the tracts of anxiety, worry, depression and despair seem to be not far behind. But heed and take heart because there […]

A Dose of Prayer in Diabetes Management

In a Christian country such as the Philippines, prayer has become a part of many Filipino’s lives.  Whether it is for thanksgiving, forgiveness, or healing, prayer is a tool that many a suffering soul uses to cope with whatever hardships are encountered. Related terms:prayer for diabeticsprayer for diabetesdiabetes prayerdiabetic prayerprayers for diabeticsPrayer for a diabeticprayers […]

Healthy Soups for the Soul

Soup has always had a special place in my heart and stomach – from the time when my Mom would prepare a warm bowl of sopas to chase my ailments away.  All of us will undoubtedly have those sage bits of advice about soup being good for us.  Nutritionists agree with our parents as well, […]

Filipino Celebrities with Diabetes

According to studies, half a million Filipinos are suffering diabetes and another five million is at risk in contracting the disease. The occurrence of diabetes is so prevalent in the Philippines and it does not discriminate who it will strike. Even many famous Filipino personalities are victims of this deadly disease. Related terms:filipino celebrities with […]

Hypoglycemic Emergency

Jason, 24 years old, has learned about hypoglycemia the hard way. He was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes 10 years ago, and has been on twice-a-day insulin injections since. He is married, has two children, but lives in an apartment two hours away from them because he has to work in a call center in […]

In Service to Others

According to Russian-American philosopher and novelist Ayn Rand, the ultimate moral value of each human individual is his or her own well-being. Since selfishness is, according to her, a rational concern with one’s own well-being, it turns out to be a prerequisite for the attainment of an ultimate moral value. For this reason, Rand believes […]

Crowning Cory

An air of sophistication fills the air the moment Cory Quirino steps into a room. Merely looking at her would completely explain how she has become an image of timeless exquisiteness. And in her advocacy to help people achieve beauty inside and out, she has effectively inspired millions of viewers, readers, and followers. Related terms:cory […]

Managing Stress in a Swirl of Colors

A finished painting—be it on canvas or a mere wall—certainly wouldn’t reflect all the hard work put into it for the average eye. Leonardo da Vinci’s Mona Lisa and Pablo Picasso’s Guernica are just two monumental art works that have managed to capture a worldwide following. Both have wowed audiences in their respective displays.

Treatment of Pain After Operation

Mr. Reyes is a 41-year old father of three who has had diabetes since 10 years ago. He is scheduled for a cholecystectomy, an operation to remove his gallbladder. He is feeling very nervous about the upcoming operation. In particular, he says that: “I am afraid that I will be in a lot of pain […]