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Inspirational stories, zumba and free screening in SM’s Pink Ribbon Day

The Philippines tops the list of breast cancer incidences in Asia, with one in every 13 Filipinas at risk of getting it in her lifetime. With it being the leading type among all others, the need to inform and educate women has become vital. This is why SM Cares, the Corporate Social Responsibility arm of SM Prime Holdings, is persistent in spreading awareness on breast cancer through Pink Ribbon Day. This year’s Pink Ribbon Day is held in celebration of the Breast Cancer Awareness Month, organized by SM Cares in partnership with the Philippine Breast Cancer Society (PBCS) and SM City ...
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Bears of Joy 2018

PROMO MECHANICS BEARS OF JOY SELLING LOCATIONS (NATIONWIDE) ...
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Taas noo, kayod marino

We use the term “kayod marino” to describe someone working extremely hard in performing backbreaking work. This term was attributed with how a “marino” or seafarer dutifully performs his work on board a marine vessel. Many people envision life of a seafarer as an easy ride that comes with great luxuries for their families. Indeed, there are plenty of success stories of seafarers who have started with little, yet attained great wealth and success. While most people see the outcome of a seafarer’s hard work, what many miss to see are the challenges of being on deck. Though they ...
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How to be a modern day lolo and lola thru technology

Did you know that the number of Facebook users aged 65 and above has increased by almost 20 percent in 2018? The research agency We Are Social has recorded 76 million senior citizens who are presently connected through social media. The rapid rise of seniors adopting new technology comes as no surprise as we constantly move towards the digital age. While some resist it or find it intimidating, technology should be embraced as a helpful tool in putting our lives at ease. With the proper guide and assistance, seniors can accomplish even more productivity through the use of technology ...
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