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    Building Resilience Amidst Fear of the Pandemic

    Hi everyone!It is normal and understandable that people are experiencing fear in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic. Fear, together with worry and stress are normal responses to perceived or real threats and at times when we are faced with uncertainty.Added to the fear of contracting the SARS nCoV-2 virus are the significant changes to our daily lives as our movements are restricted in support o...

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    COVID-19 Pevention in the Workplace

    The increasing risks of COVID-19 cases worldwide has greatly changed our lives. We must learn to adapt and make our homes and workplaces a safe environment so that we can return to some semblance of our daily routine. Everyone has to adapt to the stringent health protocols and policies to "flatten the curve" of increasing COVID-19 cases in our country. We, at iDoc together with our partners at Wor...

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    Essential Vitamins in Minerals amidst Covid- 19 Pandemic

    Hi Everyone! FREE Webinar for all iDoc Members, Special Session Topic: "Essential Vitamins in Minerals amidst Covid- 19 Pandemic" Speaker: Alyssa D. Luminarias, RND Via Zoom: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82937923891?pwd=QWhaVkN5Sm1NNXhBcWxFTGhjb1kzQT09 Meeting ID: 829 3792 3891 Passcode: Immunity

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Building Resilience Amidst Fear of the Pandemic

By iDoc @ HUGS | 01 Oct 2020
Hi everyone!It is normal and understandable that people are experiencing fear in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic. Fear, together with worry and stress are normal responses to perceived or real threats and at times when we are faced with uncertainty.Added to the fear of contracting the SARS nCoV-2 virus are the significant changes to our daily lives as our movements are restricted in support o...
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COVID-19 Pevention in the Workplace

By iDoc @ HUGS | 09 Sep 2020
The increasing risks of COVID-19 cases worldwide has greatly changed our lives. We must learn to adapt and make our homes and workplaces a safe environment so that we can return to some semblance of our daily routine. Everyone has to adapt to the stringent health protocols and policies to "flatten the curve" of increasing COVID-19 cases in our country. We, at iDoc together with our partners at Wor...
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Essential Vitamins in Minerals amidst Covid- 19 Pandemic

By iDoc @ HUGS | 28 Jul 2020
Hi Everyone! FREE Webinar for all iDoc Members, Special Session Topic: "Essential Vitamins in Minerals amidst Covid- 19 Pandemic" Speaker: Alyssa D. Luminarias, RND Via Zoom: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82937923891?pwd=QWhaVkN5Sm1NNXhBcWxFTGhjb1kzQT09 Meeting ID: 829 3792 3891 Passcode: Immunity
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The NEW NORMAL

By iDoc @ HUGS | 16 Jul 2020
There is no denying the fact that the SARS-Cov-2 virus and the COVID-19 disease it causes has changed our lives in ways we never could have imagined. Never again will we take our health for granted. We also realized our priorities and the sacrifices we were willing to make for our loved ones. We are in a continuously evolving battle with this disease and with more failures than successes, we ha...
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MENTAL HEALTH AMIDST THE PANDEMIC

By iDoc @ HUGS | 13 May 2020
MENTAL HEALTH AMIDST THE PANDEMIC COVID-19 or any pandemic is a challenge for all of us around the world. Just like in any scenario, when there is uncertainty and things are out of control, we have fear which leads to anxiety and sometimes behaviors that may or may not be adaptive.This fear and anxiety is further triggered by our usual comforts not being easily accessible to us to help escape f...
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Philippines COVID-19 Mid ECQ Updates

By Manolito Pablo Ferreol | 07 Apr 2020
The Philippines is now entering its 3rd week of the official enhanced community quarantine (ECQ) and we are now closing in on almost 4,000 confirmed cases with more than 160 deaths. In terms of facts about the disease are concerned, nothing remarkably new has been discovered except for the fact that the virus might linger in the air longer than expected, aside from surviving in inanimate objects....
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Beware of the Pandemic of Misinformation regarding COVID-19

By iDoc @ HUGS | 10 Mar 2020
With so much media overload about the Novel Corona Virus (COVID-19) circulating in different portals, everyone must filter out the facts from the falsehoods. Do not hesitate to call your iDoc Care Coordinators for any inquiries about the disease. As a general rule iDoc advises all our client-members to rely on trusted officials and sites from the World Health Organization (WHO), Department of He...
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Novel Corona Virus(nCov)

By iDoc @ HUGS | 24 Jan 2020
The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is closely monitoring developments around an outbreak of respiratory illness caused by a novel (new) coronavirus first identified in Wuhan, Hubei Province, China. Chinese authorities identified the new coronavirus, which has resulted in hundreds of confirmed cases in China, including cases outside Wuhan City, with additional cases being identifie...
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Taal Volcano Ash Fall Health Advisory

By iDoc @ HUGS | 13 Jan 2020
Taal Volcano alert status has been raised to level 4 due to ongoing eruptions. All are advised to take necessary precautions against the effects of heavy ash fall. There are possible Respiratory, Ocular, and Skin problems. There is also a risk of trauma from infrastructure damage. For health advisories, please refer to https://www.rappler.com/nation/249120-ways-to-stay-safe-volcanic-ashfall and o...
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Polio Re-emerges in the Philippines!

By iDoc @ HUGS | 03 Oct 2019
After 19 years of being a Polio-free country, the Department of Health (DOH) confirms that Polio has reappeared in the Philippines. Polio or Poliomyelitis is a highly contagious disease caused by a virus that is transmitted from person to person via the fecal-oral route and by aerosol droplets thru the mouth. It affects the nervous system and can cause total paralysis. Initial symptoms of ...
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Dengue Alert

By iDoc @ HUGS | 17 Jul 2019
The Department of Health (DOH) declared a National Dengue Alert last Monday, July 15, as dengue cases continued to rise in several regions in the country. DOH Reports says that 98,179 dengue cases with 428 deaths had been reported from January 1 to June 29, 2019 – 85% more than the 57,564 cases reported from the same period in 2018. Since January, the highest number of cases came from Western V...
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Rainy Day Diseases

By iDoc @ HUGS | 28 Jun 2019
The rainy days are upon us and everyone must be wary of the diseases that this type of weather brings. These include diarrhea, and other water-borne diseases such as typhoid fever, cholera, and leptospirosis. Other notable diseases include vector-borne diseases such as malaria and dengue. Please continue reading about these diseases at the link below.
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iDoc Now Available For The Workplace

By Manolito Pablo Ferreol | 03 Jun 2019
The passage of R.A.11058 and its IRR D.O. 198-18 strengthening the DOLE's Occupational Health and Safety Standards has made it essential for companies big and small to abide by the law that now penalizes violators up to Php 50,000 per day. Healthcare United Global Solutions delivers 3 major Corporate Health Offerings to help companies create healthier and more productive employees. These include...
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Who Wants Telehealth?

By iDoc @ HUGS | 24 Feb 2019
Millennials aren's the only patients who want Telehealthhttps://blog.sprucehealth.com/surprise-millennials-arent-only-patients-want-telehealth/
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Universal Healthcare vs. True Health Care

By Michelle David | 17 Feb 2019
The Bizlinks column of Mr. Rey Gamboa discusses the state of the Philippine's proposed Universal Healthcare plan. He also states that true health comes should be from preventive practices rather than prescriptive.
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Diet Advice

By iDoc @ HUGS | 18 Jan 2019
Please read the article and watch the video about french fries. Our lives literally will depend on it!
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