Pinoy nurse helps deliver a healthy baby boy mid-flight

Aileen Cerrudo   •   July 11, 2019   •   1392

A Facebook post went viral about a Filipino nurse who helped deliver a healthy baby boy in the middle of a flight on Tuesday (July 9).

“Many people think that what I did was a heroic act. But I only did what a nurse should do when they are in a situation like this,” according to Francis Dominic Mendoza, 25 years old.

Francis was on a flight en route to Manila. He was on his way home after working as a nurse in Ireland for a year.

He noticed a commotion after a pregnant woman, 37 weeks in, went into labor. There was no medical doctor on the plane, so they had to improvise medical tools and prepared the first aid kit.

The delivery was successful. The flight had to make an emergency landing in Thailand to makes sure the mother and her son are in a safe condition.

“I have never been so happy and fulfilled as a nurse! Assisting this woman who bravely delivered a healthy baby boy inside the plane while we were in the middle of the flight was just so AMAZING. Nothing more!” according to Francis.—AAC

MMDA officer carries sick child to hospital amid traffic

Aileen Cerrudo   •   January 20, 2020

Mit Javellana and her family were on their way to the hospital. Her son, Earl, was having chills due to high fever and was in need of medical attention.

But their car was not moving due to the severe traffic and they had no choice but to forcefully make their way through just to get to the hospital.

An MMDA officer, Jeremi Lukban, noticed and approached them.

“Nung malaman niyang papuntang ER, nag-offer siya na buhatin si Earl at naglakad na lang pa-ospital (When he learned that we are going to the ER, he offered to carry Earl and walked to the hospital),” Mit said in her Facebook post.

MMDA Chairman Danilo Lim lauded Lukban’s action and reminded the public to never hesitate to ask the MMDA for any assistance.

“Lagi tayong handang tumulong sa ating mga kababayan (We are always ready to help our fellowmen),” he said in his Facebook post.—AAC

A travel tour without leaving the comforts of home? Trip ko ‘to!

Aileen Cerrudo   •   November 28, 2019

A breathtaking view of Mount Pinatubo’s summit crater lake.

It can be tiring to look at your social feed filled with vacation photos and all you can say is, ‘sana all’. It is more tiring if the only travel you’re experiencing is going to the office and being stuck in traffic.

What you need is a vacation.

But if you are a couch potato, Trip Ko ‘To travel show can inspire you to jump off your seat and start planning your dream vacation.

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If you want to travel but don’t know where to start, Trip Ko To will teach you to Go Places Smartly (GPS) through its wide range of topics:

•           Day Tour – stroll places in just a day from sun rise to sun down

•           Accommodation Hop- compare hotels and inn rates according to amenities and ambiance of your choice.

•           City Guide – wandering the urban places and meeting its localities as well as trying their best foods on a very affordable cost

•           Do It Yourself – tips on travelling your own choice of places with your own itinerary

•           Extreme Activities – provide lists of activities that surely trigger an adrenaline rush to your veins

•           Beached – tour around the finest beaches around the chosen destinations.

•           Business Travels- the corporate but relaxing ambiance for the most busy people

•           Food Trip – everybody loves foodies will surely fired-up after seeing delicacies lauded by the natives

Starting this December 1, 2019, join us every Sunday at 10:00 a.m. on UNTV as we fly, drive, and cross the seas! Go Places Smartly at Trip Ko ‘To!—AAC

PHLPost launches Pinoy Music Icons Stamps

Aileen Cerrudo   •   November 19, 2019

The Philippine Postal Corporation (PHLPost) has launched the “Pinoy Music Icons stamps” on November 15 at the historic lobby of the Manila Central Post Office.

The “Pinoy Music Icons stamps” proudly honors the iconic OPM Artists Rene Garcia, Rico J. Puno, and Pepe Smith.

This is in celebration of the 252nd Anniversary of the Philippine Postal Service and the 25th year of National Stamp Collecting Month (NSCM).

The Manila Central Post Office (MCPO) has opened its lobby for a special exhibition of the Icons’ memorabilia from November 16 to 22.

OPM Artists Rene Garcia, Rico J. Puno, and Pepe Smith, according to PHLPost had paved the way for the further enhancement of Original Pilipino Music.—AAC

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