Month: September 2021

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Understanding the Impact of OFWs on the Philippine Economy

The Philippines is the largest recipient of remittances from abroad. In 2008, remittances sent by overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) made up 12% of the country’s gross domestic product (GDP). This slightly dipped to 11% in 2017, but it still is a significant source of foreign exchange for the country’s economy. OFWs are modern-day heroes both …

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Managing Grief: Preparing for the Loss of a Terminally Ill Loved One

Death can be a traumatic experience for everyone. Normally, you will feel a roller coaster of emotions after knowing about your loved one’s terminal diagnosis. While your future with them is cut short, you can use this opportunity to make more memories and cope with grief as early as now. But what do you call …

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Building the Perfect Data Center for Your Business

All businesses today require some form of IT infrastructure for their day-to-day operations. Businesses in the tech and IT industry often require a larger infrastructure than those in the foodservice industry, but that still depends on their company’s individual needs. This means that their data centers vary in size too. Most businesses are 100% code compliant …

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Traditional Medicine vs. Modern Medicine: Which Is Better?

The modern medicine vs. traditional medicine debate has been going on for centuries, but we are finally getting some answers. The modern medical system is based on scientific evidence and research that modern doctors undergo to become licensed practitioners. Traditional medicine is the term used to describe a treatment that predates modern Western medicines, such …

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