Go Mango’s Unique Mango-based Treats!

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We all know that mangoes are incredibly versatile as desserts. Its natural sweet flavor makes for a perfect topping, added tidbits, and it’s even good eaten on its own. But if you think you’ve seen all the possibilities this delicious fruit has to offer, local soft serve and mango connoisseur Go Mango begs to differ.

As the summer comes to a close, the coming days are about to get cooler with their new products: introducing, the Mango Milk with Brown Sugar Boba, Mango Cheesecake, and Mango Chocnut Cream.

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GCASH LOOKING FOR NGO PARTNERS IN MINDANAO FOR GCASH FOR GOOD PROGRAM

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Leading mobile money platform, GCash, is looking for partners in Mindanao for its GCash for Good – a pioneering corporate social responsibility program that enables Filipinos to donate to non-government organizations (NGOs) that champion worthy advocacies from education, environment to animal welfare among others.

This was announced yesterday by GCash VP for Corporate Communications Reyner Villasenor in a press launch held in Park Inn Hotel in Davao City who said that GCash for Good is another big step to further develop the GCash app into a more socially relevant and sustainable platform that help addresses issues across different levels of society.

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8 Ways You Can Help Improve A Loved One’s Memory As They Get Older

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It is normal to experience changes in cognition with age, but these changes can vary widely from person to person. While some seniors show little to no signs of memory loss, others become forgetful even to the point of impairment or dementia. Many factors, including genetics and overall health, can affect an aging adult’s memory.

Fortunately, there is strong evidence that people can improve their memory even late in life and delay the onset of cognitive decline. The following are 8 things that you can do to help an aging loved one improve their memory.

  1. Encourage Exercise

There is a strong correlation between physical exercise and brain health, and inactivity can lead to a significantly increased risk of developing memory problems. One way that exercise helps is by increasing the size of the hippocampus, a region of the brain that tends to shrink with age. One study found that moderate aerobic exercise, like taking a brisk walk, can increase the size of the hippocampus by up to 2% in a year.

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