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Health Secretary graces Perpetual Help School of Medicine commencement rites

Department of Health (DoH) Secretary Janette Loreto-Garin, MD. received a plaque of appreciation from University of Perpetual Help System Dalta (UPHSD) Co-chair Dr. Daisy Moran-Tamayo and President Anthony Moran-Tamayo during the 16th Commencement Exercises of the Jonelta Foundation School of Medicine held at the Grand Ballroom, The Bellevue Hotel in Filinvest City, Alabang, Muntinlupa City recently. 42 more words

Commencement Exercises

Data matters: why we need to fight for the infant feeding study to be re-instated post May 2015

I have been thinking over the past few weeks about whether I can allow myself a sliver of optimism about a cultural shift in infant feeding in the UK. 975 more words

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April 15, 2015 ~ Our Day At the Capitol & Status Update

Hello folks! I am so sorry to keep you all waiting for an update. Monday was a very long day. Since this was the first time I have actually sat in at the… 620 more words

Important Updates

The HPV Vaccines: Prevent Some Cancers and Genital Warts


by Jennifer Stump Garcia
This is the original story I submitted to The Communicator, IPFW’s campus newspaper. An edited and condensed version can be read in the recent issue of The Communicator. 1,362 more words

Children

Feature : Marinduque's Pride - the bar topnotcher who benefited from Flavier's Oplan Sagip Mata

More than 20 years ago, the Department of Health (DOH) under then Secretary (later Senator) Juan Flavier launched a program for poor families who cannot afford eye health care services. 198 more words

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Passports may be needed to tackle 'health tourism'

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The Department of Health (DoH) have announced potential new guidelines to tackle health tourism.

Under the new proposals, patients may be required to produce passports at hospitals. 371 more words

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Thousands of children and pensioners in Louth to benefit from free GP care from June

Approximately 8,600 children aged five and under in Louth will be entitled to access free GP care from the end of June.

Local people aged over 70 who still pay to visit their GP will also now be entitled to the free service. 161 more words

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