CMS-Asia

The CMS-Asia (Center For Musculoskeletal Science-Asia) is the ultimate one-stop center for the treatment of musculoskeletal pains, spinal problems, and sports injuries in the Philippines. It was founded in 2009 by Dr.Isagani S. Leal, MD.MPH. The CMS-Asia’s mission is to boost the productivity of its clients by enjoying a pain-free working environment and to liberate … Read more

Galis Aso

Galis Aso is an infectious skin infection caused by sarcoptic mange or “germs”, it is a very small parasite digging and rolling under the skin which caused severe irritation and allergies. It is one of the most common diseases during the summer season. How you get it: A person can get infected by touching (contact) … Read more

Peace Treaty of Cebu

  The Peace Treaty of Cebu took place on June 4, 1565. A peace agreement was signed between the Philippines and Spain. Rajah Tupas and Miguel Lopez de Legazpi representing King Philip II of Spain’s act of signing the peace treaty, the Philippines officially became a “suzerainty” of Spain.  What is suzerainty? Pretentious freedom in … Read more

President of Tagalog Republic “Macario Sakay”

The President of Tagalog Republic (Macario Sakay) was born in Tondo, Manila, on March 1, 1878. His first job was that of an apprentice in a calesa shop. Later he became a tailor and stage actor before joining the Katipunan Movement led by Andres Bonifacio. Macario Sakay was among the original members of the Katipunan … Read more

Who are the 13 Martyrs of Cavite?

13 Martyrs of Cavite or Trece Martires 13 Filipinos supporting the Katipunan were executed by Spanish authorities in Plaza de Armas, Cavite City. They are known as the 13 Martyrs of Cavite or Trece Martires. They are: Maximo Inocencio Luis Aguado Hugo Perez Victoriano Luciano Jose Lallana Antonio San Agustin Agapito Conchu Feliciano Cabuco Maximo … Read more