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    I finally got a copy during one of the press s annual sale and as I got to reading this title side by side with American public health policies in Manila, there were certain connections between the books, which seemed like a continuous reading of particular areas of Philippine folk and general medicine I might be using some of the terms wrong, but looking at the context of health and illnesses in our local flavors, the author delves into the idiosyncrasies which come with the Filipino practices I finally got a copy during one of the press s annual sale and as I got to reading this title side by side with American public health policies in Manila, there were certain connections between the books, which seemed like a continuous reading of particular areas of Philippine folk and general medicine I might be using some of the terms wrong, but looking at the context of health and illnesses in our local flavors, the author delves into the idiosyncrasies which come with the Filipino practices regarding our own health and even others For instance, we do not merely get a fever or a flu, but all our activities in response to the weather and even interactions with the supernatural are taken into consideration Also, there were early assumptions on how some nerves in our body are connected with each other, and that some illnesses can be read if one of these suddenly ache such as headaches and eye strains related to liver diseases The pocket book sized title stays true to its function as a reference book and one that can be read in transit Although some parts felt a bit rushed, this work opens into a few other related works that may additionally help in shedding light on what constitutes certain images of the Filipino s view on health, illnesses, and also death


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