According to the National Research Council of the Philippines, diseases related to cardiovascular, reproductive, digestive, and urinary systems are the common health problems for overseas Filipino workers. Hypertension, arthritis, and hepatitis are among the highest recorded among OFWs.
The pandemic can make matters more challenging in the prevention, treatment, and care for diabetes. Learn more ways to better prevent, diagnose and treat diabetes during challenging times.
While many are concerned about the coronavirus, it shouldn’t be overlooked that there are also heat-related illnesses that can threaten one’s health.
Sugar is present in almost every kind of food. However, as the number of diabetics and pre-diabetics continues to increase in the Philippines, it's time to reassess your options and find healthy alternatives to sweets.
Prevent type 2 diabetes by following these five simple steps
Regular exercise can help lower blood sugar levels and prevent diabetes. Here are five tips to help you get moving and keep moving to stay healthy.
Understand how the foods we eat can play in a role in preventing the onset of type 2 diabetes
One way to care for your employees at this time is by giving them additional medical benefits through group life insurance.
Create an atmosphere of safety and security in the workplace by prioritizing your employees’ health.
Philhealth, HMO, and a health insurance plan work different ways. It is important to understand what they do so you can build a health protection portfolio that is right for you and your loved ones.