Daniel Razon’s Serbisyong Kasambahay Where People Matters

Iba po ang serbisyo kapag ito ay Serbisyong Kasambahay. “   —   Kuya Daniel Razon

Apalit, Pampanga, Philippines.   Different government sectors joins the initial telecast of UNTV Life’s newest program Serbisyong Kasambahay hosted by veteran broadcast journalist Daniel Razon. Airs on weekdays 4:30 to 5:30 pm. Dr. Lady Ruvi Tagulao, a Nutraceutical Consultant joins the pannel on the hour long public service program.

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Living up to its principle, UNTV Your Public Service Channel always proves that it is the peoples well being matters. Prominent government officials graced the show and promised an excellent public service in support for the new government.

Hans Leo Cacdac POEA Administrator, our doors are always open and feel free to coordinate with us.

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USEC Garry de Guzman.   The new face of transportation. He pledge for peoples understanding and envisioned a long term solution to problems. Point out some of the main issues regarding traffic. First, parking space is a must to alleviate the ever growing private owned cars, sustaining effort to eliminate colorum on the streets.

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Col. Benjamin Hao, Philippine Army Spokesperson.  Our mission focus on internal peace and security. Our goal is to win peace. So its natural that we engage in stakeholders.

” My office is the link between civilians and military. Kasi kung minsan mahirap maintindihan ang military eh. Our job is to make them understand, assist them, mai-request yung mga may problema. Philippine Army is already engaged in medical missions, mga community activities especially environmental works is part of our mandate. ”

“Thank you for having me here. Sa Philippine Army, we are here to serve the people, to secure our land. We thank you and expect our support kung kailangan nyo kami, just call my office and we will always be there.”

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Brgy. Baesa Quezon City is one of the recipients of Serbisyong Kasambahay. They received free medical and dental check-ups, optical and free eye glasses, cataract screening, general and family medicine, free food and drinks, sleepers, shoes 15 wheelchairs and 2 crutches. All these would not be possible without the help of different voluntary sectors.

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” Hayaan nyo ho na kayo po ay aming mapaglingkuran. Ano man ang inyong kulay, ang inyong sector, ano man ang kalagayan sa buhay – dahil iba po ang serbisyo kapag ito ay Serbisyong Kasambahay. “   —   Kuya Daniel Razon

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Activate your Happy Hormones and be a blood donor! Help save lives!

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Apalit, Pampanga Philippines [3/20/2016] The lobby of ADD Convention Center is filled with happy and eager donors as the quarterly mass bloodletting started early morning. At about 8 a.m. a total of 225 people registered but only 159 made it. 52 did not pass due to low blood count.

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One pint of blood will save 3 lives. Blood cannot be manufactured, they are given by willing volunteers and passed through extensive examination.

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Ms. Jane Aron,  who arrived early had sentimental reasons for donating blood. Her brother is a regular recipient of blood from blood banks.

“Kaya ko talaga gustong gusto mag donate ng dugo kasi yung kuya ko regular na humihingi kami ng dugo sa blood bank at para makatulong din naman sa ibang nangangailangan ng dugo kaya nag donate ako. Mas maraming benepisyo yung makukuha ng isang blood donor. Malaking tulong, hindi lang doon sa mga taong natutulungan mo o masasagip ang buhay dahil nga nangangailangan sila ng dugo. Malaking tulong din ito dun sa part ng donor dahil mas nagiging healthy kasi napapalitan naman ang dugo. “ – Ms. Jane Aron

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Ms. Rosalie Cos, reporter of UNTV, a first time donor.

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Dr. Ian Tristan Perez Vergara, PBC Medical Officer 3 imparts what blood donation means to every human body. Philippine Blood Center ties up with ADD Foundation International for the quarterly event nationwide.

Here is his statement

“Blood donation improves immune system. It lessens the risk of cancer and stroke or heart attack. Siyempre, meron kang overall feeling na nakatulong ka sa tao. Sa isang bag, nakakatulong ng 3 tao. Nakaka promote ng ‘happy hormones’ na tinatawag. Endorphins yun. Parang masigla ka, happy ka, maganda yung feeling.” 

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“Pag pinapasok yung needle, may konting sakit. Pero pag nasa loob na rin ng ugat, okay na, may manhid na kaya hindi dapat na matakot. Tsaka pag naisip nila na nakakatulong sila sa ibang tao, mayroon kasing mga tao na sobrang active, lifestyle nila, mahilig na mag ehersisyo at the same time, nagba blood dontation, parang young looking at ang ganda ng glow sa mukha, sa balat, nare-replenish yung old RBC’s natin pag gumagawa yung bone marrow ng mga batang RBC na nagsu-supply ng good oxygen sa iba’t ibang parte ng katwan. Yun ang maganda.”

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Ideal blood donation

Ang ideal is between 12 weeks to 4 months para at least hindi maging anemia. Hintayin natin na mag mature yung mga bagong gawang RBC. Para mapalitan fully yung idinonate na mapalitan yung bone marrow fully kaya may ganung sets ng pagdo donate.

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Donating blood is beneficial to our body but it also means saving other lives. One bag means 3 lives. Donate blood now and make a difference.

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Good Morning Kuya and UNTV launches Free Breast Cancer Screening

UNTV‘s  morning news magazine/public service  program  Good Morning Kuya, hosted by Mr. Public Service, Kuya Daniel Razon,  introduced a new and painless way of curing and detecting cancer in the earliest possible procedure. This is by using Bio Radiometry and portable ultrasound.

 

 

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Dr. Alaa Abdelkarim is an Egyptian medical doctor, endocrinologist and family medicine specialist at Klinik Pertama. He is also the Head of Medical Research Department at Labdom Suisse Inc. Photo credit : UNTV

 

Using two non invasive techniques to screen and early diagnose breast cancer, Kuya Daniel immediately post an order to be delivered at  Clinic ni Kuya.  For 3 consecutive days, starting March 3, 2015  up to Friday,  March 5th, this is available free-of-charge. With this technology, women will not be afraid to be checked and spared from the pain that they are going through this process.

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[Photo credit: Dr. Alaa Akarim]

The traditional breast examination is done by placing each of the breast on a flat x-ray plate. To flatten the tissue, the breast is pushed down and squeezed tightly on the other side by a compressor and recorded in a computer for a 3-dimentional picture.
Dr. Alaa Abdelkarim  said that if the breasts were not immediately  diagnosed, it would take 15 years that  a person would be caught unaware that the cancer is at a critical stage. Their process is simple and painless.

 

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And yes, man can also have breast cancer!

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The person to be examined is first placed in a room  half naked so that the body would co-ordinate with the room’s temperature. After which the patient is ready to be examined. A scanner would scroll around to detect a hot lump around the breast. It is advisable to wear a two-piece clothing (e.g : blouse and skirt).

Dr. Akarim  pointed out that diagnosis means cure. Survival from cancer is estimated  15 years. But with the equipment, the patient is detected earlier and referred to be cured and operated. Kuya Daniel’s announcement for pain-free mammogram is another first in their long list of public services given to our fellow Filipinos.

 

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Dr. Alaa Akarim in his clinic with the equipments for breast examination procedure.

With the process that costs a lot and a painful one, this device will help the majority of women not to shy away from being concerned for their health and actually submit themselves to the procedure.

Mr. Daniel Razon talking to Dr. Alaa Akarim
Mr. Daniel Razon talking to Dr. Alaa Akarim

 

This is one of the free services given by Mr. Public Service Kuya Daniel Razon and Clinic ni Kuya.