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SeeYouDoc Joins Tech Startups and Giants in WOCEE 2019

SeeYouDoc took part for the first time as an exhibitor in the World of Consumer Electronics (WOCEE) and the World of Safety and Security (WOSAS) Expo at the World Trade Center Metro Manila.
Famela Joy C. Dahonog
Famela Joy C. Dahonog
4 min read

SeeYouDoc MD, Newest Mobile App for Medical Practitioners

SeeYouDoc CEO, Noel del Castillo presented the newest product called SeeYouDoc MD, March 17, Sunday at the second floor of Rotary Club of Marikina in Sto. Niño, Marikina City during the “Millennial Issues” event hosted by the Marikina Valley Medical Society.
Famela Joy C. Dahonog
Famela Joy C. Dahonog
3 min read

Medical Marijuana in the Philippines

Medical marijuana may not be popular in the Philippines, but it may actually be seen as “legal” with RA 9165. Read more on our country’s state with regards to medical marijuana here!
Famela Joy C. Dahonog
Famela Joy C. Dahonog
3 min read

Your Beauty is Within

We are surrounded by different beauty standards, but we should always remember that beauty is not something that you see, but rather, it is something that a person exhibits. Find out here how beauty standards affect people, more particularly, the youth, today.
Famela Joy C. Dahonog
Famela Joy C. Dahonog
2 min read

Top Tips On How To Avoid Malaria

Currently, there are no vaccinations for malaria. So it is important to follow preventive measures. Here is a brief description of what the disease is and a few preventive measures that you could do!
Famela Joy C. Dahonog
Famela Joy C. Dahonog
2 min read

A Briefer on HIV and AIDS

Before getting to what acquired immune deficiency syndromes (AIDS) are, one should be aware of what a human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) is. HIV [https://www.avert.org/about-hiv-aids/what-hiv-aids] is a virus that attacks cells in the immune system, which is our body’s natural defense against illness. The virus destroys a type of white blood cell in the immune system called a T-helper cell, and makes copies of itself inside these cells. T-helper cells are also referred to as CD4 cells. As HIV d
Famela Joy C. Dahonog
Famela Joy C. Dahonog
3 min read

A Lack of Insulin In the Years to Come

Those who use insulin regularly is expected to rise by 20 percent by 2030, and numerous individuals with Type 2 diabetes will not be able to access it, an study from Stanford University suggests.
Famela Joy C. Dahonog
Famela Joy C. Dahonog
1 min read

A Primer On Breast Cancer

Breast cancer is an uncontrolled development of breast cells. To better understand breast cancer, it is best to understand how it starts off and develops!
Famela Joy C. Dahonog
Famela Joy C. Dahonog
2 min read

Getting You That Glow: Korean Skincare Edition

Skincare has been all the craze lately, and with the people’s growing want to look young, flawless, and youthful, we have adopted some beauty tips from the Land of the Morning Calm, or South Korea. Read up here on the famous 10 Step Korean Skincare Routine!
Famela Joy C. Dahonog
Famela Joy C. Dahonog
3 min read

Fireworks Safety

With December rolling in, there’s no doubt that a lot of us will start using fireworks again for our celebrations. Make sure to take the proper safety measures to keep you and your family safe!
Famela Joy C. Dahonog
Famela Joy C. Dahonog
2 min read

Universal Health Care Bill Implementation Hindered By Budget Cuts

With the growing need of the Filipino people to rightfully receive access to health care, the Universal Health Care Bill was made to address problems, but budget cuts done to the Department of Health may hamper its implementation
Famela Joy C. Dahonog
Famela Joy C. Dahonog
1 min read

Keep An Eye On Your Sight

Sight is one of the five senses of all living beings and is integral in our everyday lives. Follow these simple steps for maintaining healthy eyes well into your golden years!
Famela Joy C. Dahonog
Famela Joy C. Dahonog
3 min read