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Wednesday, April 22, 2009

C'elle: Protect your future

Last August 30, 2008, my father had a brain attack or what we call "stroke" or Cerebrovascular Accident". The doctor said that the cause of the attack was due to high levels of cholesterol in the body. The doctor explained further that thrombus (fat disposition) was dislodge and travels to the brain, thus blocking one of the vessel in the brain resulting to less blood flow towards the brain.

According to the doctor, large part my father's brain was damaged specifically the right side of the brain. Because of the damage, my father can no longer move the left side of his body. This incident has cause a big change in our lives. Since my dad is the breed winner of the family, it is expected that our family will suffer from financial problems but it's okay... I know that we will find ways to solve this problem.

Anyway, have you heard about C'elle? C'elle conducted a research study about the stem cells found in the menstrual blood. They said that menstrual stem cells may be the basis of medical treatments for serious diseases. Currently, several pre-clinical trials are ongoing using these cells to treat diseases such as:
  • Heart Disease
  • Breast Cancer
  • Diabetes
  • Stroke
  • Vascular Regeneration
I was really amazed by this information. I thought these kind of diseases are untreatable. but I was wrong. C'elle is offering us an affordable way to protect our future.


Tuesday, April 21, 2009


Audition is an online game where in multiple players are dancing! Audition is really a good online game. It makes you feel alive! Why? because of the on trend musics! In addition, I like audition because of their fashionable dresses and stylish hair style! Just take a look at that picture above. Isn't it cool? Well, if you want to play audition, you better upload their game client @ clubaudition.com.ph.

Sunday, April 19, 2009

Sakura The CardCaptor

One night, ten-year-old Sakura Kinomoto stumbles upon a mysterious book entitles "The CLow" while rooting in her father's library. Hidden inside it is a strange deck of cards. Sakura pulls out the topmost card and reads it. Sunddenly, a strong gust of wind blows all but one of the cards around the room, out the window and into the night.

Keroberos, the Guardian Beast sealed within the book to watch over the cards, is awakened by the commotion. He freaks out when Sakura tells him that she accidentally set the cards free. Those cards are no ordinary cards, he explains, they're powerful and dangerous magic artifacts created by the ancient sorcerer Clow Reed, and now the Clow Cards are scattered all over Tokyo! To make up for her mistake, Keroberos appoints Sakura as the Cardcaptor whose duty is to find the Clow Cards and bring them under control - before they end up destroying the world!

Quite a daunting aassignment especially for a 4th-grader from Tomoeda Elementary School. Luckily for Sakura, she doesn't stand alone in her quest to cature the Clow Cards. She has five of her family and friends beside her to lend a helping hand.

The Jack of Hearts. The Jack in a deck of cards used to be known as the Knave and Touya Kinomoto, Sakura's older brother is a right rascally knave. He teases her, calls her names, and play tricks on her all the time! But despite this outward nastiness, Touya cares ery deeply for his little sister. He's actually very protective of Sakura, and thanks to his uncanny sixth sense, he is able to warn her and others when danger is approaching.

The 10 of Hearts. Yokito Tsukishiro is the best friend of Sakura's older brother. He's quite a guy. Not only is he a brilliant student-clubs fight over who gets to have him as a member-he excels in sports too, never failing to help the carsity teams when they're short of players. No wonder Sakura has an enormous crush on him-he's a perfect "10"! It's a rare but special treat for Sakura when Yukito walks with her and her brother to school. Probably the only peculiar thing about Yukito is that he can put away food by the truckload and never gain a pound.

The Queen of Hearts. Tomoyo Daidouji is the quenn of sakura's world, and sakura definitely rules in tomoyo's world! Sheand sakura are classmates and best friends. She is one of the few people who knows Sakura's secret and this excites her to no end. She designs a new costume for Sakura to wear each time she goes card-capturing, and records their adventures on her video camera.

The King of Hearts. Li Syaoran is first introduced as just an exchange student from Hong Kong but later it's revealed that he is also a Cardcaptor with the same abilities as Sakura. Li wants to possess the Clow Cards for himself and will compete many times with Sakura to capture them. Howeveer, as he and Sakura to capture them. However, as he and Sakura learn to respect and understand each other, their competition soon turns to cooperation. Could it turn into something more? Could Li become the King of Sakura's heart?

The Ace of Hearts. Keroberos is Sakura's Ace-up-her-sleeve when it comes to anything magical, owing to the many years he spent as the Guardian Beast of the Clow Cards. Though how this cute little teddy-bear-like creature with wings could ever guard anything effectively is a mystery! Kero-chan, as he is affectionately known, spends his spare time stuffing himself silly with cake and candy, or working out his excess energy on video games.

Saturday, April 18, 2009

Cryo Cell: Can save lives

How I wish I could turn back the day when Ezekiel was born because I want to bank Ezekiel's umbilical cord blood. Back then, I didn't know about the importance of banking the cord blood. I haven't heard about Cryo-Cell yet until I've read it in the internet.

Why would I want to keep Ezekiel's cord blood? According to research, stem cells from cord blood can treat various diseases such as heart diseases, Parkinson disease, leukemia and many more.

One great advantage of cord blood banking is that, the blood is 100% compatible to your baby because the blood is came for his "own" today. For example, if your baby needs a transplant, it is so difficult to obtain such organ/blood because of the strict matching requirements. But cells taken from your newborn's are a perfect match for your baby for his or her lifetime.

Here's a testimonial from one customer who also used Cryo-Cell:

"My children are the most precious gifts that I will ever have and I want to do everything I can to make sure they are well. While I was pregnant with my first child, I would see articles and ads about cord blood and it bothered me that it was so expensive but what if I one day needed this blood. The reality of having only one chance or it really went in the garbage kept me wondering if I would regret not investing. What if he had cancer or his dad or I were sick, would that blood have been the cure? Through research, I came across Cryo-Cell International, Inc., a company with the most reasonable rates and the assurance of two holding facilities.

When I was pregnant with my second child, we wondered if one bank was enough? Finances were tighter and should we spend the money? Then we realized that his brothers blood might not match for the new baby. The next day, stories were breaking about how Cord blood had saved or changed the lives of children, one cancer, one cerebral palsy. Then we discovered that a friend was diagnosed with non-hodgkins lymphoma. He didn't bank his daughters blood and wished he had. Three years prior, I lost a friend to renal cancer when she was 29. We felt like it was our answer.

We are just beginning to see miracles that this blood can bring. We have two "life insurance policies", that is how we look at it. If anyone in the family gets ill, there is a chance that the blood could save our lives. If we don't use it, then it is there for our son's children."


Thursday, April 16, 2009

Study! Study!

I thought after graduation I wouldn't find myself studying anymore but I was wrong. Today, I'm still reviewing all the subjects that I've taken for the preparation of my Nursing Licensure Exam. I need to study all of them so that I will pass the board exam once but of course, I need your prayers also. Please help me to pass the coming Nursing Licensure Exam this coming June 6 and 7.

Weeeeeeee... I'm a little bit nervous now. Hehehe... Thank you for your support guys!

The Famous Japanese Filmmaker

Akira Kurosawa was the first Japanese filmmaker to achieve international acclaim. His film, Seven Samurai, about a band of leaderless samurai who defend a village from bandits, introduced the honorable Japanese warrior to the world. It later inspired the acclaimed cowboy film The Magnificient Seven, and to this day, still has great influence on movies - The Last Samurai, anyone?

While he was most famous for his samurai flicks, he also made fils (kiru and No Regrets for Our Youth) about modern society, many of which are still considered masterpieces. He also made Shakespearean movies, adapting Macbeth and King Lear into movies that were uniquely Japanese.

Friday, March 27, 2009

Are you one of the BUSTED moms?

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Mommies are you feeling busted because of the economic crisis that is happening to our country? Are you having financial problems, right now? Are you depriving yourself from buying clothes and accessories for yourself and for your family because of the rapid increase of prices? Well, I have a good news for you mommies because Sears is offering 75-80% discount! Yes, you read it right! Sears is having a 75-80% OFF ORIGINAL PRICES ON FALL & WINTER APPAREL starting today until April 18!

This sale is for you mommies!! Sears is offering this sale so that you can enjoy the life of a busted mom! Oh yeah! Who says busted moms cannot buy pretty clothing? Busted moms are wise and smart! They will do everything! Thanks to Sears for being a pro-customer!

Hmm.. How about I will tell you today that you will have a chance to win a $2,500 prize package from Sears? Would you be interested? If you are, all you got to do is join and become a fan of Sears Busted Moms on Facebook! Just join the contest! And oh! Feel free to follow Busted Moms on Twitter also @bustedmoms. They are giving away Sears gift Card to consumers who felt being busted.

So, what are you waiting for? Join the contest now! Be sure to get that big cash! Have a happy day to you "Feeling Busted Moms!"


Thursday, March 26, 2009

Nice play by Abula

This past few days, my brain was in chaos because of the unexpected things that had happened. So, I surfed the net just to divert my attention and luckily I stumbled upon this nice music entitled "abula's piano practice".

The tone of every key makes me feel better. The tune is so great that makes me feel like I'm in eutopia. This music really heals a broken heart.

Take time to listen and close your eyes.... If you want some more check this music too.

Thursday, March 19, 2009

Got Rheumatoid Arthiritis?

Last 2007, I was starting to feel stiffness and pain in my joints. I didn't bother to go to the doctor because I thought it will be relieved by "over-the-counter-pain reliever" but I was wrong. It keeps on hurting and I was worried already. I decided to visit my doctor for a medical check-up and the doctor told me that I have a Rheumatoid Arthritis. He prescribed prednisone as my medication and it really helps. Anyway, I was curious about Rheumatoid Arthritis . So, I did a little research. The cause of RA is unknown but it is said that viruses, bacteria, and fungi have long to be suspected but none has been proven yet. Other say that it is genetic and some say environmental factor. I also read that females are prone to develop RA than males. Regarding the other medications for RA, I haven't tried them because prednisone works perfectly for me. But I believe that these medications (Humira, Enbrel, Orencia, Remicade) are also effective in treating RA. Well, I did a little reading about these medications. It is very well said that the onset of the action can take several weeks or months to demonstrate it's clinical effect while prednisone (NSAIDs) have a short onset of action. If I would given a change to create an ad for a prescription RA medication, I should say, " Control and Manage your RA by taking your regular medication. Remember, medication compliance is the best way to stay healthy and strong".


Monday, March 16, 2009

Not Feeling Well

Today, I feel like I am going to be sick. I feel so warm and my head hurts. I don't know what is the reason behind this... but maybe because I sleep late and wake up early. There is nothing I can do about it... there are many activities to do @ school. Huhuhu... I'm really tired... I want to sleep all day! Got to sleep guys! Sorry.

Tuesday, March 3, 2009

Being pregnant is a gift...

When we found out that my sister was pregnant during her college years, my dad was very mad. He scolded my sister like there is no tomorrow but as time passed by... my father slowly accepted the fact that she is pregnant and now he (dad) loves the baby so much! He even said to the baby "You are a gift" from God.

Anyway, that is how my sister looks like during her pregnancy. She experienced physical/bodily changes during the 2nd semester of her pregnancy. First, she gained 2 times her previous weight, skin pigmentation in the axillary, neck, and abdomen occur. Stretch marks (stria gravidarum), linia nigra were also present. She also experienced swelling on both lower extremities during the 3rd trimester.

Those changes that made her looks "ugly" was so frustrating to her. But guess what? Advance science has a lot of discoveries and that is Beaute de Maman. This is a unique line of health and beauty products developed by a board-certified obstetrician to treat problems concerning hormonal and physiological changes that a pregnant women experienced. It will make you beautiful throughout your pregnancy plus it is safe to both the mother and the baby.

Beaute de Maman products have made it into the hands of such Hollywood celebrity moms-to-be including actresses Penelope Ann Miller, Salli Richardson-Whitfield (“Eureka”), Chyler Leigh (“Grey’s Anatomy”) and Jennifer Blanc. Brooke Mueller Sheen, wife of actor Charlie Sheen, as well as Jane Hajduk, who is married to actor Tim Allen, and The Insider’s celebrity correspondent Victoria Recano, can also be counted among expectant Hollywood moms who have been seen and heard referencing various products in the Beauté de Maman line.
How amazing Science is! Physical and hormonal changes is not a burden anymore! So,what are you waiting for? order now and stay Beautiful!


Monday, March 2, 2009

1 week more!

7 days to go and I'm finish with my duties in the hospital! Yes! at last, class will be over soon and I'm going to graduate! Yohooooooooo! I made it! I made it!

I'm so proud of myself! I would like to give thanks to my Lord God Almighty for helping this far. I'm so thankful... without you Lord, I wouldn't be here! All for you Father!

Friday, February 27, 2009

Are you a pregnant mother?

Mothers, did you know that Umbilical cord stem cells from your baby can treat diseases? Yes, it's true. Umbilical cord stem cells can be used as a treatment for a specific disease. Believe it or not, it's true and Cryo Cell made it possible to happen.

According to Cryo Cell International, stem cells from the baby's umbilical cord can treat diseases and it has been already used in over 10,000 transplants worldwide.

Researchers claimed that there will be many potential medical miracles that will happen because of the stem cells found in the umbilical cord of your baby. It has been said that baby's umbilical cord blood is rich in stem cells, these are special cells normally found in our bone marrow. These stem cells are the master cells that is responsible for producing all of the mature cells in our blood and immune system. They form the white cells that fight off infection, the red cells that carry oxygen, the platelets that promote clotting and the cells of our immune systems.

Now, if you are a pregnant woman and want to engage to this procedure then, trust Cryo Cell's program! They are one of the world’s largest and most established family cord blood banks with over 175,000 clients worldwide.So, what are you waiting for? enroll now!


Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Graduation Day is coming!

I am so excited to graduate! This coming March 29 will be our graduation day and it feels so good to know that I'm going to march the aisle.

Oh! I can't wait but I have to wait. ^_^ Graduation day will be one of my happiest day. Imagine, with all those pressures @ school... all those duties and strict Clinical Instructors... Good bye and Thank you...

I made it!

Saturday, January 31, 2009

Missing You...


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