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Showing posts from November, 2023

Jollibee takes over Grab for Jollibee’s 45th Birthday Blowout

  For over 45 years, Jollibee has shared the joy across the country and the world, bringing langhap-sarap favorites and joyful memories wherever you go. To celebrate this milestone year, the beloved brand has partnered with Grab to launch Jollibee’s Birthday Blowout. You can watch the campaign video here. In line with Jollibee’s massive anniversary campaign, this special collaboration with Grab offers customers app-exclusive offers and promos featuring everyone’s Jollibee favorites, along with a few special surprises.  Jollibee has been a partner of Grab since 2019, becoming one of its first official GrabFood merchants. “Our partnership with Grab has been key in greatly expanding our delivery network across the country.” said Dorothy Dee Ching, Vice President and Head of Marketing of Jollibee. “This Jollibee Birthday Blowout is a special treat for Jollibee lovers on GrabFood, with langhap-sarap deals and treats everyone will enjoy.”  Grab users can deliver and share the joy of Jollibee

Natural Headache Remedies: Finding Relief at Home

  Headaches are a common ailment that can disrupt your daily routine and cause discomfort. While over-the-counter medications can provide relief, there are also several natural remedies you can try from the comfort of your home. In this blog post, we'll explore effective home remedies to alleviate headaches without the need for medication. 1. Stay Hydrated: Dehydration can often be a trigger for headaches. Ensure you drink enough water throughout the day to keep your body properly hydrated. Herbal teas, clear broths, and coconut water are also good options. 2. Apply a Cold Compress: A cold compress or ice pack applied to your forehead or the back of your neck can help constrict blood vessels and reduce headache pain. Wrap the ice in a thin cloth to prevent frostbite. 3. Try Peppermint Oil: Peppermint oil has a soothing effect and can help relieve tension headaches. Dilute a few drops of peppermint oil in a carrier oil like almond or coconut oil and massage it onto your temples. 4.

Health Experts Raise Alarm on Dengue Crisis Next Generation Dengue Vaccine

  Dengue fever, a mosquito-borne viral infection, continues to be a major public health concern in many parts of the world. As temperatures rise and mosquito populations surge, it's crucial to equip ourselves with knowledge about this potentially life-threatening disease. Dengue remains to be a major public health problem in the Philippines. But it is reassuring to know that medical science has continued to develop and is working on real solutions, such as new vaccines and other novel and ingenious solutions that address the dengue crisis head on. The Culprit: Aedes Mosquitoes Dengue is primarily transmitted by Aedes mosquitoes, specifically the Aedes aegypti species. These mosquitoes are often found in tropical and subtropical regions, making many parts of Asia, Africa, the Caribbean, and the Americas vulnerable to dengue outbreaks. The inaugural Dengue Forum titled “Addressing the Mosquito in the Room” held last Wednesday, 27 September, aimed to amplify the conversation on dengue