Taliwas sa naunang pangako ng Pangulong Benigno S. Aquino III na bibigyang-halaga nito ang kalusugan nina Maria at Juan dela Cruz, bawas na pondo para sa pampublikong mga ospital ang nasasaad sa inihaing panukalang badyet nito sa taong 2011. Ito ang naging obserbasyon ng IBON Foundation, Inc. isang indipendiyenteng ahensiya sa pananaliksik. “Ang aytem sa […]
Quezon City, August 20, 2010—Kabataan Rep. Raymond V. Palatino had re-filed House Bill (HB) No. 2962 or the BPO Workers Welfare & Protection Act of 2010, which is aimed to push for the better working conditions and protect the business process outsourcing workers, commonly known as call center agents. “Though bigger BPO companies offer relatively […]
In order to address the healthcare problem in R.P., health experts identified six (6) building blocks that will serve as the foundation for instituting reforms in the health care system: health financing, service delivery, health workforce, health information system, medical products, vaccines and technologies, and leadership and governance.
Sa isang pag-aaral na isinagawa nina Prof. Kamlesh Khunti, Melanie Davies at Dr. Margaret Stone ng University of Leicester sa United Kingdom, sinasabing ang kakapusan sa pisikal na gawain ay nagdudulot ng iba’t ibang uri ng sakit. Sa hindi natin kasi pagkilos, hindi nalulusaw ang mga tabang nakukuha natin sa ating mga kinakain at iniinom.
Nephrologists in Europe are calling for more recognition of the important role that chronic kidney disease (CKD) plays in morbidity and mortality from cardiovascular disease, and they are stressing the importance of properly treating hypertension, diabetes, and dyslipidemia in patients with impaired renal function.
Ngayong ipinagdiriwang ng buong mundo ang Sentenaryo ng Araw ng mga Kababaihan, sinasabing ang mga Pinay ay nananatili pa ring nakatali sa yapos ng kahirapan at oportunidad.
With 200 hospitals halt their operations and about 800 have partially shut-down, the Philippine healthcare system is really, in deepest trouble. And who is to blame? It’s the State, says militant Health Alliance for Democracy (HEAD).