If you are used to eating fast food, canned goods and instant noodles, you better stop it now. Countless articles flood the internet about healthy eating, yet your food choices haven’t changed. Regardless of your busy schedule, you must learn how to eat healthy and take care of your health. To help you get started, Positive Action Foundation Philippines, Inc. (PAFPI) have come up with these 9 tips for better food choices.
Stigma and discrimination are results of misinformation and lack of education about HIV and AIDS. Many people still cringe at the mere idea of HIV/AIDS. More often than not, people living with HIV are viewed with disdain and prejudice. With that in mind, Positive Action Foundation Philippines. Inc. (PAFPI) held a seminar entitled HIV/AIDS Stigma Reduction among Stakeholders.
A one day (15th of June 2017; Bayview Park Hotel, Manila) seminar that aimed to:
UP-Manila’s Profs. Laufred Hernandez and Dr. Reynaldo Imperial, both PAFPI stalwarts, facilitated the event that was attended by at least 40 participants from SeaPower Shipping Enterprises Inc., Positibong Marino Philippines, Inc. (PMPI), PhilSafe Marine Services, Inc., Fivestar Marine Services Corp., Fairview Shipping Corp., Technomar Crew Management Corp., ZONTA Club of Quezon City, Bargonfip Shipmanagement Inc., ST Ocean Philippines, Inc., SeaWorld Maritime Corp., Crew Care Inc., CBZ Medical Clinic, Sea Bird Shipmanagement Inc., Crewbenefit Inc., KAKAMMPI, Jebsens Maritime Inc., and the Philippine National AIDS Council (PNAC).
Meanwhile, PNAC’s Rench Chaliongco delivered a lecture on the ‘HIV/AIDS Situation in the Philippines, while Dr. Nymia Pemintel Simbulan also from UP-Manila and PAFPI, discussed ‘RA 8504-Philippines AIDS Law’ and other related policies.
PMPI President Jebsen Gamido, likewise addressed the various issues confronting PLHIV seafarers.
What will you do if your family member or loved one who is living with HIV is down with flu? For those who are not immune-compromised, going down with flu is nothing to be worry about since over-the-counter flu medications, proper meals and rest will do the trick. Needless to say, you will see your loved one running and about in no time. But for people living with HIV (PLHIV), flu, fever, runny nose and cough are not to be taken lightly.