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Survey finds chronic rhinosinusitis common, burdensome

Results from a large cross-sectional survey of adults who meet diagnostic symptom criteria for chronic rhinosinusitis reveal that most report suffering significant symptoms, high rates of physician visits, and dissatisfaction with current intranasal steroid sprays......»»

Category: newsSource: philstar philstarOct 20th, 2018

PH among top 10 countries for asthma mortality

The Philippines ranks No. 9 in asthma mortality, with up to 7.9 percent of approximately 315 million suffering from the ailment globally. The prevalence of asthma in the Philippines alone was reported at 26.7 percent back in 2002, according to data from the National Asthma Epidemiology Survey. Contrary to common belief, people with asthma have difficulty breathing out, a sensation akin to breathing out through a straw. Asthma is a chronic respiratory disease marked by inflammation of the air passages, temporarily narrowing the airways that carry oxygen to the lungs. The airways are tubes that carry air in and out of the lungs. Asthmatic people have sore and swollen airways, mak...Keep on reading: PH among top 10 countries for asthma mortality.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsApr 30th, 2018

Organizations are at High Risk from Cyber Attacks; Common Attack Methods Still Successful, EY Survey Finds

Organizations believe that today’s cyber threat landscape places them at high risk of cyber attacks, according to the 20th annual EY Global Information Security Survey (GISS), Cybersecurity regained: preparing to face cyber attacks . The survey... The post Organizations are at High Risk from Cyber Attacks; Common Attack Methods Still Successful, EY Survey Finds appeared first on MetroCebu News......»»

Category: newsSource:  metrocebuRelated NewsNov 22nd, 2017

Survey finds that Filipino companies are not accepting of LGBTQ+

By Chang Casal/cnnphilippines.com – For years now there has been a general consensus regarding Filipinos’ attitudes towards the LGBTQ+: tolerant, but not really accepting. While much has been written about how the Philippines can move forward in bridging that gap between tolerance and acceptance — the biggest step being the Read more ».....»»

Category: newsSource:  thepinoyRelated NewsDec 18th, 2018

Keep pain at bay for faster healing

Pain management is critical to healing. Without proper guidelines for treating pain, patients will experience delayed recovery, a longer hospital stay, readmission, and may eventually suffer from chronic pain. "It is not only an ethical problem but also a medical and economic problem," said Dr. Antonio Montero, head, Department of Anesthesiology and Pain Unit, University Hospital Amau de Vilanova, Lerida, Spain. "Acute pain is the most common symptom experienced by surgical patients, and has historically been poorly evaluated and often underrated." Montero was one of the guest speakers during the Philippine College of Surgeons (PCS) 74th Annual PCS Congress, presented in collab...Keep on reading: Keep pain at bay for faster healing.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsDec 10th, 2018

1.4 million Filipino families fell victim to common crimes in Q3 – SWS

MANILA, Philippines – Around 1.4 million families fell victim to common crimes in the third quarter of 2018, according to a Social Weather Stations (SWS) survey released on Thursday, November 29. The SWS survey held from September 15 to 23 showed that 6.1% of Filipino families (around 1.4 million families) reported ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsDec 1st, 2018

More families victimized by common crimes in third quarter — SWS

More Filipino families were victimized by common crimes in the third quarter of the year, results of the latest Social Weather Stations survey showed......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsDec 1st, 2018

1.4M Filipino families fell victim to common crimes in Q3 — SWS

More Filipinos claimed their families were victimized by common crimes in the past six months, results of the third quarter SWS survey released on Thursday night showed. 1.4M Filipino families fell victim to common crimes in Q3 — SWS Source link: 1.4M Filipino families fell victim to common crimes in Q3 — SWS.....»»

Category: newsSource:  manilainformerRelated NewsNov 29th, 2018

Cell phone addiction can lead to joint injuries

Keeping a good posture goes a long way in maintaining good health, including keeping your joints healthy, said Dr. Benjamin Tow, an orthopedic and spine surgeon at Mt. Elizabeth Hospital in Singapore. "Shoulder, back, neck and knees are very common problems because we are active people, we move our joints all the time. The joints can give us a lot of problems as we age, or as we become more active," Tow said. To ensure healthy joints as one ages, Tow advises training the body to maintain a good posture at all times, avoid chronic overloading---meaning, excess weight---that can lead to faster degeneration of the joints, and to always warm up before exercising. When in pain, stop...Keep on reading: Cell phone addiction can lead to joint injuries.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsNov 26th, 2018

Most Filipinos shy away from banks, World Bank survey finds

Most Filipinos do not have bank accounts for a number of reasons. But living outside of the banking system also means getting left out of some economic opportunities. With fintech solutions, the concerns of the unbanked sector are being addressed. Most Filipinos shy away from banks, World Bank survey finds Source link: Most Filipinos shy away from banks, World Bank survey finds.....»»

Category: newsSource:  manilainformerRelated NewsNov 25th, 2018

Study finds Philippines’ talent competitiveness eroded

THE PHILIPPINES’ ability to develop, attract and retain highly skilled professionals worsened in 2018 due to a persistent job-skills mismatch despite increasing investments in education, according to the annual survey of Switzerland-based business school International Institute for Management Development’s (IMD) research arm......»»

Category: newsSource:  bworldonlineRelated NewsNov 20th, 2018

Crime Victims Down in Q2: SWS

MANILA — The number of people falling prey to crime and violence continue to decline, the Social Weather Stations (SWS) said in a report released Thursday. The Second Quarter 2018 Social Weather Survey found 5.3 percent of the respondents, representing 1.2 million families reporting victimization of common crimes within the past six months. These crimes […].....»»

Category: newsSource:  metrocebuRelated NewsSep 20th, 2018

Fewer families fell victim to common crimes in Q2– SWS

MANILA, Philippines – Around 1.2 million families fell victim to common crimes in the second quarter of the year, according to a Social Weather Stations (SWS) survey released on Thursday, September 20. The results of the Second Quarter 2018 Social Weather Survey held from June 27 to 30 showed that  5.3% of ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsSep 20th, 2018

Survey finds CEOs still bullish amid challenges

CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICERS (CEO) in the Philippines remain confident about business prospects over the next 12 months despite mounting uncertainty from global trade tensions and monetary tightening, regulatory changes at home and the challenge posed by disruption, according to results of a survey conducted by PwC Philippines for the Management Association of the Philippines (MAP) that were released on Monday. The post Survey finds CEOs still bullish amid challenges appeared first on BusinessWorld......»»

Category: newsSource:  bworldonlineRelated NewsSep 3rd, 2018

Atom Araullo finds Jordanians, Filipinos share a common value during times of need

Filipinos and Jordanians have something Atom Araullo found strikingly similar, a desire to give to those in need even when they have little for themselves. “It’s really astonishing that people who have little have the most to give,” Araullo, a High Profile Supporter of the UN High Commissioner for Refugees, shared in a media roundtable […].....»»

Category: newsSource:  interaksyonRelated NewsAug 24th, 2018

90% of cosmetic surgeries in Japan are facial

TOKYO--- Japanese people's interest in beauty is focused on facial features, according to a survey by the Japan Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery that shows 90 percent of about 237,000 common cosmetic surgeries were performed on the face in 2017. The number contrasts sharply with global figures, which show that only about 40 percent of cosmetic surgeries are performed on the face around the world. The majority of cosmetic surgeries globally are done to improve the shape of the body, including breast enlargement and fat removal. The Japan survey was the first of its kind conducted by the society and targeted 3,656 medical institutions nationwide specializing in cosmetic surgery or co...Keep on reading: 90% of cosmetic surgeries in Japan are facial.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJul 26th, 2018

Survey finds more Davaoenos not in favor of UN inquiry on Duterte’s drug war

A poll survey found more Davaoenos do not favor inquiry by the United Nations regarding the human rights track record of the Duterte government......»»

Category: newsSource:  davaotodayRelated NewsJul 18th, 2018

Duterte on SWS crime data: Nation topsy-turvy and crime-ridden

Confronted by survey results showing 6.6 percent or 1.5 million Filipino families admitting to being victims of common crimes, President Duterte said he feels useless in the face of what he considers a breakdown in peace and order......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsJun 27th, 2018

Duterte: SWS survey shows Philippines crime-ridden

President Rodrigo Duterte lamented Tuesday the results of a recent survey that 1.5 million families were victims of common crimes, saying that these showed that he was useless......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsJun 26th, 2018

Duterte’s anti-crime efforts gain ‘significant strides’ — Palace

THE decline in the number of families victimized by common crimes showed “significant strides” in President Rodrigo Duterte’s anti-crime campaign and a big “boost to the morale” of law enforcers, his spokesman said. “Crimes continue to decline,” Secretary Harry Roque said in a statement, following a survey, which showed that fewer families have reported falling [...] The post Duterte’s anti-crime efforts gain ‘significant strides’ — Palace appeared first on The Manila Times Online......»»

Category: newsSource:  manilatimes_netRelated NewsJun 22nd, 2018

Consensus Mock Draft: Ayton a lock? Bagley rising, Doncic falling

By Drew Packham, NBA.com The Consensus Mock Draft is a compilation of the best mock drafts around the web. We bring them together to come up with a good estimate of how the 2018 NBA Draft could play out. For the first time in their history, the Phoenix Suns have the No. 1 pick in the NBA Draft. But what will they do with it? Go with talented big man DeAndre Ayton, who played college ball nearby at Arizona? Or do they go with the international phenom Luka Doncic, who has been one of the most celebrated players in Europe? We'll find out June 21 (June 22, PHL time). Until then, we'll continue to monitor the Mock Drafts around the web to come up with a clearer picture of what might go down. Some notes as we enter the final week before next Thursday's (Friday, PHL time) draft: - There's now a complete consensus at No. 1: Deandre Ayton appears to be the pick here, as the Suns get their big man to rebuild around. Previous looks had the Suns going with Luka Doncic, but now all 10 mock drafts have Phoenix going with the talented big man who played down the road at Arizona.       - The real intrigue begins at No. 2. Luka Doncic once appeared to be a lock at this spot, but it now appears the Kings are leaning toward either Duke’s Marvin Bagley III or taking a chance on Michael Porter Jr. (Sacramento is reportedly high on Porter, and could even trade down if they think they could get him lower.)       - Things will really get interesting at No. 3. In our look at the 10 mock drafts, no player appears three times (Jaren Jackson Jr.). Doncic, Bagley and Trae Young each appear twice.       - Doncic’s spiral is fascinating. He now appears most commonly at No. 4 to the Grizzlies (four times), and one site (NBADraft.net) has him slipping all the way to Dallas at No. 5. Doncic has long been considered one of the Top 2 prospects and most-NBA ready despite being just 19-years-old, thanks to strong experience in Euroleague action with Real Madrid.       - Seven of the 10 mocks have Bagley going No. 3 to the Hawks. The other three have Michigan State's Jackson heading to Atlanta.       - Oklahoma guard Trae Young has seen his stock rise a bit. Two mocks currently have him going to the Hawks at No. 3, but no one expects him to fall past the Knicks at No. 9.       - Miami shooting guard Lonnie Walker IV has seen some increased buzz since our last look. He previously appeared on just three of our 10 mocks, but now shows up in six mocks, as high as No. 10 to the 76ers (twice) and most commonly at No. 13 to the Clippers (three times).       - No one seems to have any idea where Michael Porter Jr. will land. In a surprising update, Basketball Insiders and USA Today both have Porter going No. 2 to Sacramento. But two mocks also see him falling as far as No. 8 to Cleveland. Porter could be a pivotal piece to this year’s draft.       - One player gaining some ground in the mocks is Kentucky swingman Kevin Knox. In our first look he only appeared on a few mocks, but now he shows up in the lottery on eight of the 10 mocks. The Ringer has him going at No. 7 to the Bulls, but most see him landing in the end of the lottery.       - After the top pick, the rest of the lottery appears to be anyone's guess. Bagley appears six times at No. 2 and Mo Bamba shows up six times at No. 6 to Orlando, but no one else shows up more than five times at any draft position. This should change between now and June 21, but for now there's a lot of uncertainty.       - Nine players appear on all 10 mocks we survey: Ayton, Doncic, Bagley, Jackson, Young, Bamba, Porter, Mikal Bridges and Wendell Carter Jr. MOST COMMON PICKS No. 1 (Suns): Deandre Ayton (10) No. 2 (Kings): Marvin Bagley III (6) No. 3 (Hawks): Jaren Jackson Jr. (3) No. 4 (Grizzlies): Luka Doncic (5) No. 5 (Mavericks): Jaren Jackson Jr. (4) No. 6 (Magic): Mohamed Bamba (6) No. 7 (Bulls): Michael Porter Jr. (3) No. 8 (Cavaliers): Wendell Carter Jr. (5) No. 9 (Knicks): Mikal Bridges (4) No. 10 (76ers): Mikal Bridges (4) No. 11 (Hornets): Kevin Knox, Miles Bridges (3) No. 12 (Clippers): Collin Sexton (4) No. 13 (Clippers): Robert Williams (5) No. 14 (Nuggets): Kevin Knox (3) Most common (above): Pick at which the player is most commonly projected, with number of mock drafts in parentheses. For example, Deandre Ayton is projected to go first in all 10 of the mock drafts listed below. Top 14 (below): To calculate the consensus, we awarded 14 points for every mock draft in which the player went first overall, 13 for second, continuing to one point for the final lottery pick. The player with the highest point total represents the top overall selection, which is as follows: No. 1: Deandre Ayton | Phoenix Suns Arizona | Position: C | Height: 7-1 Status: Freshman Most Common: 1 (10) Physical specimen who has size to shine in post, but agile and talented enough to develop outside game; should contribute from Day 1 to whomever lands him No. 2: Marvin Bagley III | Sacramento Kings Duke | Position: PF | Height: 6-11 Status: Freshman Most Common: 2 (6) ACC Player of the Year has all the makings of a small-ball center or power forward who can make defenses sweat -- all while rebounding at a prodigious rate No. 3: Luka Doncic | Atlanta Hawks Real Madrid | Position: SG/SF | Height: 6-8 Status: International Most Common: 4 (5) Versatile Slovenian is one of most NBA-ready international prospects ever; talented distributor who can play both guard positions No. 4: Jaren Jackson Jr. | Memphis Grizzlies Michigan State | Position: PF | Height: 6-11 Status: Freshman Most Common: 5 (4) Outstanding defender who boasts an emerging offensive game that gives him great two-way potential No. 5: Michael Porter Jr. | Dallas Mavericks Missouri | Position: SF | Height: 6-10 Status: Freshman Most Common: 7 (3) Teams will be wary of his back injury which limited him to just three games at Mizzou, but he can shoot, which with his length, makes him a valuable weapon No. 6: Mohamed Bamba | Orlando Magic Texas | Position: C | Height: 7-0 Status: Freshman Most Common: 6 (6) Long, talented defender was second in the country in blocked shots per game last season (3.7) and fourth in total blocks (111), drawing comparisons to Rudy Gobert and Clint Capela No. 7: Trae Young | Chicago Bulls Oklahoma | Position: PG | Height: 6-2 Status: Freshman Most Common: 8 (3) Talented scorer led the nation in scoring (27.4) and assists (8.7) per game, but will need to improve on defensive end in NBA No. 8: Wendell Carter Jr. | Cleveland Cavaliers Duke | Position: PF/C | Height: 6-10 Status: Freshman Most Common: 8 (5) Do-it-all big man draws comparisons to Al Horford; has huge hands that allow him to catch and score in the paint, while also having the physicality to finish through contact No. 9: Mikal Bridges | New York Knicks Villanova | Position: SG/SF | Height: 6-7 Status: Junior Most Common: 9, 10 (4) The All-Big East first team selection who helped Villanova to a title is considered one of the best two-way prospects, drawing comparisons to Kawhi Leonard No. 10: Miles Bridges | Philadelphia 76ers Michigan State | Position: SF/PF | Height: 6-7 Status: Sophomore Most Common: 10, 11 (3) The first team all-Big 10 selection averaged 17 points and 7 rebounds a game for the Spartans and was a finalist for the Wooden Award No. 11: Collin Sexton | Charlotte Hornets Alabama | Position: PG | Height: 6-2 Status: Freshman Most Common: 12 (4) Was second in SEC in scoring (19.2 per game); his toughness and competitive streak are viewed highly by pro evaluators, even drawing comparisons to Russell Westbrook No. 12: Kevin Knox | LA Clippers Kentucky | Position: SF/PF | Height: 6-9 Status: Freshman Most Common: 11, 14 (3) Showed potential as a perimeter threat and was an all-SEC freshmen team selection while starting 37 games at Kentucky No. 13: Lonnie Walker IV | LA Clippers Miami | Position: SG | Height: 6-4 Status: Freshman Most Common: 13 (3) A long, explosive, athletic shooting guard who put points on the board in bunches from the perimeter and on the break No. 14: Robert Williams | Denver Nuggets Texas A&M | Position: PF/C | Height: 6-9 Status: Sophomore Most Common: 13 (5) Was an SEC all-Defensive Team selection, finishing in Top 20 nationally both in defensive rating and total blocks; questions remain about consistency of effort MOCK DRAFTS ESPN.com 1. Deandre Ayton 2. Marvin Bagley III 3. Jaren Jackson Jr. 4. Luka Doncic 5. Mohamed Bamba 6. Wendell Carter Jr. 7. Michael Porter Jr. 8. Trae Young 9. Kevin Knox 10. Mikal Bridges 11. Shai Gilgeous-Alexander 12. Collin Sexton 13. Lonnie Walker IV 14. Miles Bridges Last updated: June 14 The Ringer 1. Deandre Ayton 2. Marvin Bagley III 3. Luka Doncic 4. Michael Porter Jr. 5. Jaren Jackson Jr. 6. Mohamed Bamba 7. Kevin Knox 8. Wendell Carter Jr. 9. Trae Young 10. Mikal Bridges 11. Collin Sexton 12. Miles Bridges 13. Lonnie Walker IV 14. Zhaire Smith Last updated: June 13 NBADraft.net 1. Deandre Ayton 2. Marvin Bagley III 3. Trae Young 4. Jaren Jackson Jr. 5. Luka Doncic 6. Mohamed Bamba 7. Mikal Bridges 8. Michael Porter Jr. 9. Wendell Carter Jr. 10. Miles Bridges 11. Collin Sexton 12. Shai Gilgeous-Alexander 13. Zhaire Smith 14. Robert Williams Last updated: June 13 SI.com 1. Deandre Ayton 2. Marvin Bagley III 3. Jaren Jackson Jr. 4. Luka Doncic 5. Michael Porter Jr. 6. Mohamed Bamba 7. Trae Young 8. Wendell Carter Jr. 9. Mikal Bridges 10. Lonnie Walker IV 11. Kevin Knox 12. Collin Sexton 13. Robert Williams 14. Shai Gilgeous-Alexander Last updated: June 12 USA Today 1. Deandre Ayton 2. Michael Porter Jr. 3. Marvin Bagley III 4. Luka Doncic 5. Jaren Jackson Jr. 6. Mohamed Bamba 7. Wendell Carter Jr. 8. Trae Young 9. Collin Sexton 10. Mikal Bridges 11. Miles Bridges 12. Lonnie Walker IV 13. Robert Williams 14. Kevin Knox Last updated: June 15 SB Nation 1. Deandre Ayton 2. Luka Doncic 3. Jaren Jackson Jr. 4. Trae Young 5. Marvin Bagley III 6. Mohamed Bamba 7. Miles Bridges 8. Michael Porter Jr. 9. Mikal Bridges 10. Wendell Carter Jr. 11. Shai Gilgeous-Alexander 12. Collin Sexton 13. Robert Williams 14. Chandler Hutchison Last updated: June 11 Bleacher Report 1. Deandre Ayton 2. Marvin Bagley III 3. Mohamed Bamba 4. Luka Doncic 5. Jaren Jackson Jr. 6. Trae Young 7. Michael Porter Jr. 8. Wendell Carter Jr. 9. Mikal Bridges 10. Lonnie Walker IV 11. Miles Bridges 12. Collin Sexton 13. Robert Williams 14. Kevin Knox Last updated: June 11 Net Scouts 1. Deandre Ayton 2. Luka Doncic 3. Marvin Bagley III 4. Jaren Jackson Jr. 5. Mohamed Bamba 6. Wendell Carter Jr. 7. Michael Porter Jr. 8. Trae Young 9. Collin Sexton 10. Miles Bridges 11. Kevin Knox 12. Shai Gilgeous-Alexander 13. Robert Williams 14. Mikal Bridges Last updated: June 5 CBS Sports 1. Deandre Ayton 2. Marvin Bagley III 3. Luka Doncic 4. Michael Porter Jr. 5. Jaren Jackson Jr. 6. Mohamed Bamba 7. Trae Young 8. Wendell Carter Jr. 9. Collin Sexton 10. Mikal Bridges 11. Miles Bridges 12. Robert Williams 13. Shai Gilgeous-Alexander 14. Kevin Knox Last updated: June 15 Basketball Insiders 1. Deandre Ayton 2. Michael Porter Jr. 3. Trae Young 4. Luka Doncic 5. Marvin Bagley III 6. Jaren Jackson Jr. 7. Mohamed Bamba 8. Wendell Carter Jr. 9. Mikal Bridges 10. Miles Bridges 11. Kevin Knox 12. Robert Williams 13. Lonnie Walker IV 14. Troy Brown Last updated: June 13 ESPN Insider: Jonathan Givony SI.com: Jeremy Woo Net Scouts: Carl Berman Bleacher Report: Jonathan Wasserman Basketball Insiders: Steve Kyler CBS Sports: Gary Parrish SB Nation: Tom Ziller  .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJun 17th, 2018