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2011 PMPC Star Awards for Television’s Best Male New TV Personality and YSA endorser Teejay Marquez welcomed fans to the 22nd branch of trusted brand YSA Skin and Body Experts on the upper ground floor of SM Cherry Shaw.

YSA opened more clinics in November and December last year to cater to the growing demand for expert skin and body care of Filipino clients. Clinics at Southpark Alabang, Sta. Rosa Vistamall and Robinsons General Trias, Cavite opened before the year ended.

Two of the Philippines’ renowned corporations, Calayan Medical Group and M. Lhuillier Group of Companies has forged a partnership which ML Group Chairman Mr. Michel Lhuillier himself calls “strong” and “aim(ing) to become one of the best.”

As a businessman, Lhuillier said his greatest accomplishments is being able to help many people by providing them jobs. And now, the ML Group is widening its business portfolio by venturing into other kinds of businesses that Mr. Lhuillier truly believes in. 

Sen Manny Pacquiao is in the Cayman Islands and partnered with Health City Cayman Island Hospital to enable underprivileged kids to have heart surgery . Kids from the Philippines and globally who need heart surgery will have a chance to be treated by top heart Surgeons from Cayman Islands

In early November last year, Meralco Bolts point guard Jimmy Alapag announced for the second time his retirement from professional basketball, ending his over a decade-long career with Philippine Basketball Association.

Just when people thought they would miss one of their favorite cagers, Alapag suddenly becomes the face of Meralco’s campaign that encourages customers to update their contact information, especially their mobile phone numbers so they can get text alerts from Meralco on power interruption schedules, and other situations that can affect electricity service.

The good, memorable era in amateur boxing are gone. And so is the man who helped the country achieve some of the great moments in this combat sport.

Former Manila mayor, Philippine Sports Commission chair and amateur boxing president Gemiliano Lopez, “Mel” to everyone, died at the age of 81 on New Year’s day after suffering a heart attack while confined at the St. Lukes Medical Center in Quezon City.