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Neurobion First-Ever Virtual Reality Experience

Neurobion VR challenge
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Immerse yourself in Neurobion first-ever Virtual Reality experience and discover more about your nerves. Are your nerves ready for a challenge? This technology that allows you to feel the frustration of having Neuropathy. One way for Neurobion to raise awareness on this matter, is to actually let people experience the frustration of those who have Neuropathy through the Sense Glove—a haptic glove that provides tactile and force feedback, enabling users to feel and interact with objects in virtual reality.

In the launch event held recently in Eastwood Mall Atrium, Quezon City, media and other special guests were given the opportunity to be the first to try the challenges, with the assistance of celebrity Nerve Drill Instructors for the day, Gabby Concepcion, Sam YG and Suzy Entrata-Abrera. Filipinos can experience this breakthrough technology that brings to light the effects of Neuropathy through the brand’s event series, Neurobion Feel to Win. With the aim to give importance to nerve care, Neurobion provided different challenges that test the strength of people’s nerves: the brand’s first-ever Sense Glove VR challenge that mimics the frustration and difficulty of a person with Neuropathy, the Nerve Twist challenge that reinvents the classic Twister game by using everyday poses that strain the nerves, and the Nerve Wobble challenge that utilizes a wobble board to test a person’s ability to hold a pose for extended periods.

Neurobion First-Ever Virtual Reality Experience

“The activities are meant to familiarize people with the frustration of having undiagnosed Neuropathy – particularly not being able to do simple everyday tasks like commuting, cooking, standing for extended periods and picking up objects.” Said Ming Arroyo-Cunanan, Head of Marketing, P&G Health Care Philippines. “Among all the activities, the Sense Glove is particularly interesting. The use of breakthrough technology attracts people to try it and the virtual reality experience is an effective way to highlight how frustrating the symptoms of Neuropathy feels.” Cunanan added.

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Experience the Sense Glove for yourself at the Neurobion Feel to Win event in Lucky Chinatown Mall Atrium on September 21. To learn more about keeping your nerves healthy, follow Neurobion Philippines on Facebook.

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Macpower’s Merry SHOPtember Sale

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Macpower’s Merry SHOPtember Sale

Get up to 75% off on your favorite brands with Macpower’s Merry SHOPtember Sale! It’s BER months (Christmas season) and we’re almost hitting the 2019 Christmas Day. Macpower has an early treat for y’all – An access to splurge or stock-up on your holiday gifts by scoring up to 75 percent off on your favorite gadget brands!

  • The over PHP 3,000 Homido GRAB Virtual Reality Headset which is nearly compatible to every smartphone brand’s latest models, will be on sale for only PHP 500! It can save consumers as much as 86 percent off.
  • Get your iPhone XS, XR, and XS Max’s screen protected with Maxboost screen protector for only PHP 800. Stream your favorite music up to 10 hours with MB Quart’s QUBThree portable speaker! From PHP 7,550 SRP, it will be on sale for only PHP 1,200.
  • Still using your iPhone 6 or 6 Plus, you can score a Rhinoshield protective case with a choice of the following color variants: black, blue, pink, green, purple, red, silver, white, yellow, and gray. Buy it at PHP 1,680 and score FREE screen protector or power bank!
  • For those carrying their iPhone XS Max, Rhinoshield’s Solidsuit Carbon Fiber now retails for PHP 2,490! Consumers may choose between dark blue or white colors. It also comes with FREE screen protector or power bank.
  • Runtastic’s Moments Elite fitness watch which originally sells for PHP 13,940 is now priced at PHP 9,000! And what’s greater is that you can score one more fitness watch for FREE for every purchase of Moments Elite!

These are just some of the Macpower’s partner brands products that will go on sale this September! Come and join us at 2/F, Titanium Function Room, F1 Hotel Manila, 32nd Street, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig on September 11-14, 2019 from 10am until 8pm.

It’s FREE of admission so you don’t have to worry about spending to start your gadget hoarding!
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How missionary women dress

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How missionary women dress

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints bases its beliefs in both the Bible and the Book of Mormon. The last one is what makes different The Church from others because the Latter-day Saints believe this book is another witness of the existence of Jesus Christ, translated from antique golden plates that contained the writings of ancient prophets, Its main purpose is Jesus Christ teachings. Without the Book of Mormon, this Church would not exist today.  

The Church makes important missionary work throughout the world, and because it is usual to see men on a mission, people tend to believe that women can’t be missionaries, but the reality is that any women who wish to serve can do it.

Because missionary work is a very important job the Church has some general guidelines for dressing when being and an Ambassador of the Lord.

Appropriate dress and grooming will help them earn respect and trust, therefore, missionaries should wear professional, conservative clothing that is consistent with their sacred calling and that will clearly identify them as a missionary for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Their appearance is often the first message others receive, and it should support what they say.

Men usually wear pants and shirt; however, because women can opt for a wide variety of formal styles, there are some guides for dressing and grooming. These include:

Modesty

Maintain a high standard of modesty. Wear clothing that is neither too tight nor too loose, is not transparent or revealing in any way, does not draw too much attention, is not casual, wrinkled, sloppy, or faddish. You should present a dignified, clean, well-groomed appearance and be feminine and professional in style.

Fabrics and care

Because of budget and luggage restrictions and limited closet space, women should plan and purchase clothing carefully. Clothing should be made of materials that are durable and easy to keep. The best fabrics are those that are resistant, that can be easily wash and that do not wrinkle or fade easily.

Accessories

For security reasons, handbags, jewelry, and other accessories should be simple and conservative. Women are encouraged to choose shoulder bags and purses that are both professional and durable. For this same reason, earrings should not hang longer than approximately one inch below the earlobe. Necklaces and rings should also be simple.

Sunglasses to provide protection from the sun are encouraged. However, unless sunglasses serve a medical purpose, should not be wear when speaking with others or while indoors. Finally, belts may be worn with outfits for function or style.

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