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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!
Celine Natividad
Celine Natividad
3 min read

Dealing With Psoriasis

Itchy, burning, and stinging skin can be symptoms of various ailments, and one of these is psoriasis. The diagnosis of psoriasis cannot be made by the patients themselves. So make sure to consult with your doctor and they’ll be sure to provide you with reliable advice.
Celine Natividad
Celine Natividad
3 min read

SeeYouDoc at UnionBank's GlobalLinker TradeConnect Singapore

Last November 13 - 16 2018, UnionBank GlobalLinker sponsored 25 Philippine Delegates, all SME (small-and-medium enterprises) business owners, to an all-expense-paid trip to Singapore to attend two major events - Singapore Fintech Festival and GlobalLinker TradeConnect.
Noel Del Castillo
Noel Del Castillo
8 min read

Knowing More About Carpal Tunnel

With laptops and other gadgets becoming a constant in our lives, wrist pain has become more common. Read up on what carpal tunnel syndrome is and make sure to take proper care of your wrists!
Celine Natividad
Celine Natividad
2 min read

Signs and Symptoms of Premature Birth

Signs and Symptoms of Premature Birth
Celine Natividad
Celine Natividad
3 min read
Events

SeeYouDoc Joins University of Perpetual Help - Biñan in their MedFest Event

University of Perpetual Help – Biñan campus, in partnership with SeeYouDoc, concluded a successful event last Friday, October 5 at the Dr. Jose G. Tamayo Medical University building. In an effort to reach more practitioners and patients, SeeYouDoc partnered with UPHS-Biñan campus during their MedFest event. “I knew about SeeYouDoc when I came across their booth in Ateneo last August,” Claudette Faye Cartabio, the SSC president, mentioned in a short interview. This prompted her to get in touch
Famela Joy C. Dahonog
Famela Joy C. Dahonog
2 min read

Ease Your Stomach Flu

Gastroenteritis is the scientific name of stomach flu. Read up on the different food recommendations from experts and save yourself from all the discomfort it causes!
Celine Natividad
Celine Natividad
3 min read

Learn About Lupus

With the heat that we have in the Philippines, it is very common to mistake rashes or the redness of skin with nothing else, but no one can ever be too sure. So make sure to read up on lupus here and consult your doctors ASAP!
Celine Natividad
Celine Natividad
3 min read

Managing Asthma

Asthma affects people of all ages, but it most often starts during childhood. Successful asthma treatment requires that you take an active role in your care and follow your asthma action plan. Read up here on some tips in managing your asthma!
Celine Natividad
Celine Natividad
2 min read

Face Mapping: Pimples and Acne

Face mapping is “the ability to see the reflection of the body's organs on each part of the face by observing the face's complexion.” Where you’re breaking out is actually a reflection of what is happening to your body, and we should all be responsible in taking care of ourselves.
Celine Natividad
Celine Natividad
3 min read

The Deal With Over-The-Counter Medicine

Over-the-counter [https://medlineplus.gov/overthecountermedicines.html] (OTC) drugs or medicine are medicine that patients can buy without the prescription of a doctor. They are also very popular amongst the Filipino people, since there are various drugstores which can be found in different parts of town which do not require a prescription. Although the intake of OTC drugs are relatively safe, some (especially painkillers) can be dangerous when taken without the guidance of a doctor. For exampl
Celine Natividad
Celine Natividad
2 min read

Learning About Hernia

In Tagalog, hernia translates to “luslos.” However, despite how common they are, very little people are aware of the different types of hernia. Learn more about the different types of hernia and their symptoms to know when you need to consult with your doctor.
Celine Natividad
Celine Natividad
3 min read