Climate Change

Climate change started years ago and it is still happening now. There were many actions taken by the World Health Organization and United Nations in creating a sustainable solutions. 

Recently, the nations of the world gathered in Paris to address the issue about climate change. They emphasized that the effects were affecting our health.

We are no spared from the effects of Climate change. It is a long standing problem that we must give attention.

Death toll due to environmental causes is about 23% of the global population. Most of the deaths came from Southeast Asian Region followed by Western Pacific Region and African Region. These areas have more developing countries than developed ones which only shows that the effects of climate change in developing countries are devastating than the first class nations.

It is just unfair because of the fact that most developed nations where much higher polutions came from contributing the most to climate change doesn’t felt the effects of their doing rather the poor and vulnerable countries suffers in their behalfs. 

Hoping that this will be an eye opener for countries which have polutants greater than most of the countries to unite and do something about the polutions problems in their own countries.

Warnings Ahead

Depression is one of the common cause of morbidity and mortality especially among teenagers.

Every minute there a risk where people commits suicide and in order to prevent any awareness is one good way to have.

Be vigilant. Be informed. Have someone to talk to.

Mosquito bites and so are we

Mosquito are one of the vectors which causes diseases which are very deadly if not taken immediate action. They are easy to kill but they can also kill anybody regardless of age,gender and social status which is why the Department of Health is informing the public to take precautionary measures in order to prevent infection of diseases such as zika,chikungunya and dengue.

Protection is Vaccination

This week is Vaccination week and to celebrate it here are the things you should need to know.

Protection is a joined effort of the repective Filipino families who are at high risk of having preventable diseases and the government organizations,staffs and officials.

Here are the things that Filipino parents must know of and be an advocate of active prevention.

Be an advocate of Vaccination.

Let’s Talk

There were stigma about mental health related problems and depression is not spared. In fact, Depression is one of the leading cause of morbidity and disability worldwide.

World Health Organization encourage people to talk openly about depression and together we can overcome this. 

If you have nobody to talk to and needed company, don’t just sit there and stare at nothing but go out, walk a little. Maybe you’ll meet somebody whom you can talk or you’ll be able to listen to their stories instead. Don’t be afraid. You must know that you are not alone. 

Responsible Journalism

I’ve recently read a newspaper and there is one article that caught my attention. The article is mainly about the comments on President Dueterte war on drugs and  what a hell to pay after the end of the president’s term. 

I respect the opinion of the writer in that matter but I believe that he should never speak ill of persons who were victims of circumstances. It is not on the amount of rape victims and even drug addicts there are, the fact that these things are happening creating these victims who are humans too and  should get the respect they deserve.

This is where the problem lies. The public has judging eyes on people without knowing the facts. It is the reason why cases of rape and addiction are underreported. In some situations, these victims refuse to seek any medical, psychiatric and social help thay can get because of the fear of being judged by others. These things happen often than what the public think and what the media publishes. 

I can’t blame the author for not knowing these because I believe that media also plays a big part on his perception about things. We all lived in an accessible information era where media of various forms are the most influential tools. Little of the published articles are about educating the public and the bulk came from negative criticism and unfactual ones. 

It is a challeged to the journalists, publishers and media practitioners to give quality articles that aim to educate people and not persecute then, to deliver factual and unbiased reports involving the parties involved and not just one, to investigate thoroughly about the information gathered and not to hastlily put it into main stream media and lastly to be accountable and fair to the actions they’ve made. 

As a citizen of the Philippines, I wanted to be informed, educate and empowered as I read all the news regarding my country. This doesn’t mean that only the good things should be published or only the bad but a combination of both to let us, the people, decide on where to stand regarding the issue.

We should all promote responsible and unbiased journalism.



I’ve been following this girl group called TWICE since their Sixteen days. I’ve watched them grow into what they are today. I also watched my roommate fell in love with these girls to the point that she’ll buy their albums and lightsticks to support these girls. I too support them but I’m in the side to thriftiness when it comes to money matters. 

Whenever the merchandized bought by my roommate arrives, she share it with me and I’m grateful for it. We both enjoyed the music that Twice made.